St. Lucie West Centennial High School’s Nursing Assistant students held their annual health fair recently in the school’s gym. Students in social studies classes, and all Freshman Academy students were invited and were very enthusiastic about attending this informative event. The nursing program students planned for several months to bring 26 community agencies on campus to impart their knowledge of teen health issues. Some of the agencies that participated included the Sickle Cell Anemia Foundation, IRSC nursing students from Indian River State College, Children’s Home Society, Care Net, SWAT and and school district nurses. Students were provided a bag in which to put their brochures and other souvenirs from the organizations. They were also given a ‘passport’ that contained a listing of all of the agencies that attended. Students got their ‘passport’ stamped by the agencies when they approached each table to obtain information from them. This encouraged engagement and participation by the students. Allied Health students and HOSA members also acted as ambassadors to each community agency. School nurses instructed HOSA students prior to the event in calculating height, weight, and BMI. HOSA students assisted the school nurses with this vision screenings. Pictured is Lisa Pressendo, right, an 11th grade HOSA member, stamping the passport of fellow students Carl Durbin.