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NPCC Announces Student of the Month for February 2014





Jill Johnson
Director of Community Relations

February 28, 2014




  NPCC Announces Student of the  Month for February 2014


The February 2014 Student of the Month for National Park Community College was introduced at a recent meeting of the Board of Trustees.

Kelsey Batchelor and Janice IversKelsey Batchelor was introduced as Student of the Month for February 2014 by Janice Ivers, Nursing Faculty and AD Program Director, as the Nursing Division’s Student of the Month. Ms. Ivers said that Ms. Batchelor is an excellent student who works as a peer tutor in the skills lab and is supportive and helpful to her fellow students in both the classroom and in clinical settings.

She received the Charlotte Phelps Nursing Scholarship which, Ms. Ivers said, is a mark of the high esteem the nursing faculty has for Kelsey’s professional conduct and care. Ms. Batchelor is a Career Pathways student.

Ms. Batchelor also serves as the president of the charter chapter of the Beta Lambda Chapter of the Alpha Delta Nu Nursing Honors Society and will be inducted on March 14, along with 13 of her peers.