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Protecting band students during travel means training the students to save each other. This is something we can get behind!
(CLICK on photo above, to see even more photos from this story). SIERRA VISTA — With the constant traveling that comes with being in a band, the Buena High School band director and local firefighters felt it was necessary to educate the high school band members on lifesaving techniques such as ...
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When you see something tragic happening over and over again, and know higher survival rates could be widespread, it becomes a passion you work for with all your heart.
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Student Hero Alert! Would you pull over if you saw someone lying in the road? Brendan Byrne didn't wait to see if someone else would help, he ran to help the victim!
Brendan Byrne, who earned an Eagle rank with Scout Troop 424 out of Excelsior, received an honor medal from the Boy Scouts of America, one of the highest honors awarded by the organization.
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Student Hero Alert! Not every person on the scene of an emergency knows what to do, but Joseph Carrino had trained at school and knew what to do when he heard the cries for help!
LIVINGSTON, NJ - The heroic actions of Joseph Carrino, a junior at Livingston High School, were recognized by the Board of Education on June 8 for giving ;CPR to an elderly man in an apparent c...
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Student Hero Alert! 16 year old Michael Brodzinski takes his training seriously and loves the chance to help people.
A teen firefighter is being hailed a hero after he saved an umpire who collapsed during a baseball game in Delaware County.
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We firmly believe students in this country want the responsibility of serving their communities when an emergency happen. Let's keep adding practical training to that desire! "Whether the kids use it or not, we are sending 170 kids out into the town that have had CPR training."
Senior project offers life-saving techniques.
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Student Hero Alert! Even in the midst of pre-med training, the skills Kyle Bauser learned in high school are the ones he called on in an emergency!
Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) -- We introduced you Wednesday night to rescuers of a 12-year-old boy; the rescuers were being publicly thanked by the child's family.
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Football can involve hours of grueling practice in the hot sun. Lancaster High School is preparing their athletes so there is zero hesitation should an emergency occur. Let's follow their lead!
The Golden Gales recently received training from the staff at Fairfield Medical Center.
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Student Hero Alert! Garret Spires, 16, stated after his rescue, "My instincts kicked in. I wasn't scared at all. My training kicked in and I just did what I was trained to do."
Garrett Spires used the week of CPR training he learned in his freshman year health class to help save a women who nearly drowned at Metea Park Pond.
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Every day heroes are all around us! "I was nervous, but then my mama mode jumped in."
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - A Jefferson County Public Schools bus driver is being hailed a hero after she was able to save a student from choking. It happened Monday afternoon at Hawthorne Elementary.
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35,000 students each year! Feeling safer now, Oregon?
A new state law will require all students to know CPR by the time they graduate high school. That is 35,000 more people each year in the state of Oregon.
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Student Hero Alert! Sara Bradley, 19, moves quickly to help save a customer at a farm market. Way to take control of the situation Sara!
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Student CPR is a program designed to incorporate CPR into high school curriculum on a large scale while overcoming the time and cost barriers with which schools are often faced.

This is done by replacing the conventional classroom-based CPR course with an e-Learning course. This less expensive and more flexible option allows students to learn CPR from home or from a computer lab while allowing them to grasp concepts at their own pace.

Each school then has the option to add a hands-on component, in which the student's cognitive knowledge is evaluated on a manikin by a trained skill evaluator.

Educators are provided the tools to monitor the online CPR course as an assignment. Teachers and administrators can view completion and test scores and even order cards all from a single online dashboard.

Training of skill evaluators, training on the system, and follow-up service are all included so that implementation is fast and easy. As the name implies, this program is completely free. The only possible expense results from the addition of the hands-on component. More details are available in the Blended Course Implementation section.

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