Five Adams-Friendship Health Occupation students qualified and will be going to a national competition in Nashville next month.  The Adams-Friendship School Board approved the overnight trip Monday night.  School Administrator Steve LaVallee said, “Adams-Friendship High School has a strong Health Occupation program.  We average between 12 to 16 kids a year who finish the Certified Nursing Assistant program.  The students go on to college in Eau Claire or Oshkosh or a technical college with a headstart on their course work.  And there’s a good chance they can get good paying jobs as CNAs while they’re going to college.”