Humphreys County Students Receive Health Sciences Certifications

Students at the Thomas C. Randle Career and Technical Center in Humphreys County received CPR, first aid, and automated external defibrillator certifications in November. First-year teacher Najhawan Billingsley is the school’s Health Sciences instructor, and Seth Loman, of CPR Stars Mississippi, facilitated the emergency-response training.

Seth Loman (back row) of CPR Stars Mississippi poses with Humphreys County School District Health Science II students (left to right) Shundria Tate, Takayla Haymon, Diamond Stanley, Ly’Dymond Perkins, and Lakenya Murphy
Seth Loman (back row) of CPR Stars Mississippi poses with Humphreys County School District Health Science II students (left to right) Shundria Tate, Takayla Haymon, Diamond Stanley, Ly’Dymond Perkins, and Lakenya Murphy



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