Photo courtesy of Paradise Valley Unified School District

For the second year in a row, all Certified Nursing Assistant students at Paradise Valley Unified School District (PVSchools) have successfully passed the State Board of Nursing Exam. This notable achievement highlights the dedication and hard work of the students, as well as the high-quality education provided by PVSchools.

The district congratulates the following outstanding students for their achievements: Reeyanna De Boda (North Canyon High School), Jazmine Diaz (Paradise Valley High School), Aleigh Doyle (Paradise Valley High School), Nancy Espino Sierra (Paradise Valley High School), Mattea Hejl (Paradise Valley High School), Kyley Johnson (Paradise Valley High School), Kimberly Lopez Martinez (Paradise Valley High School), Lorelei Rankin (Pinnacle High School), Jessica Sierra Hernandez (Paradise Valley High School), and Garrett Voigt (Pinnacle High School).

These students have shown remarkable commitment and perseverance in their studies. Passing the State Board of Nursing Exam marks a significant step in their journey to becoming certified nursing assistants. Their success underscores the supportive learning environment fostered by PVSchools.

The district’s nursing assistant program aims to equip students with the skills and knowledge necessary for success in their chosen careers.

The 100% pass rate illustrates the program’s effectiveness and the hard work of both students and instructors.