CCCTC Health Occupations Students Train in Wound Care

Front Row L to R: Hailee Irwin, Clearfield Area H.S.; Taylor Shaffer, Curwensville Area H.S.; Kelsey Jackson, Curwensville Area H.S.; and Patricia Davis, Clearfield Area H.S. Middle Row L to R: Madi Wesnowski, Curwensville Area H.S.; Mackenzie Cole, Clearfield Area H.S.: Ema Wisor, Philipsburg-Osceola H.S.; Kiersten McGarry, Philipsburg-Osceola H.S.; Carley Francisco, Moshannon Valley Area H.S.; Hannah Tibbens, Curwensville Area H.S.; and Carley Mosley, Moshannon Valley Area H.S. Back Row L to R: Alex Schaffer, Curwensville Area H.S.; Carley Lansberry, Curwensville Area H.S.; and A.J.. Swatsworth, Curwensville Area H.S.

Health Occupations Students in Mrs. Amy Rankin’s class at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center (CCCTC) are currently learning about wound assessment and care.  Wound care and treatment is an important process to avoid serious complications. Without proper care, a wound can turn into a serious infection, such as cellulitis or sepsis. To learn more about the Health Occupations program for high school students at CCCTC, visit us at