In February, Clay County High School received exciting news it was the recipient of a $2,500 grant from the Highmark Foundation. Athletic Director Mary Ramsey obtained information about the Meeting Health Needs Through Supportive Services grant program from the West Virginia Department of Education and wanted to ensure the safety of students, their families, and community members by purchasing and installing automated external defibrillator (AED) machines at athletic facilities located at Bradley Field, the baseball park at Maysel, and the little league field at Dundon. The awarded grant money will be used to purchase AEDS for each of the three sites and having these devices on site during a cardiac event could help save a life. Congratulations, CCHS!