Bowling Green High School congratulates Jenna Johnson, Dalton Major, Makenna Twyman, and Campbell Bush, introduced Wednesday as the first participants of the BGHS Junior Physical Therapy Program. The students will work alongside Bowling Green City Schools Physical Therapist, Dr. Todd Mason (BGHS Class of 1992) with both athletic practice and game-day opportunities.
The goal of the program is to offer students hands-on, eyes-on experiences related to their career interest in physical therapy. They will begin this fall, including working around their own athletic and extracurricular schedules.
Jenna Johnson is a junior at BGHS. She plays lacrosse and is also a member of the BGHS Bellissima Choir. Her parents are Jarrett and Daria Johnson.
Dalton Major is a senior and member of the BGHS College Cohort. Dalton is a kicker for the Purples football team. His parents are Jason and April Major.
Makenna Twyman is a junior in the BGHS Medical Arts Academy, and she is a defensive specialist for the BGHS volleyball team. Her parents are Kory and Christy Twyman.
Campbell Bush is also a junior in the Medical Arts Academy. He is a member of the BGHS Orchestra and plays baseball for BGHS. His parents are Jay and Barbara Bush.