On March 30, Clay County High School will be abuzz with excitement as the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) sponsors a Blood Drive on the Clay County High School premises. Students and teachers alike will be eager to participate in this life-saving event.
The event will be organized in collaboration with the American Red Cross and will aim to collect as many blood donations as possible. The CERT team will set up a designated area in the school’s gymnasium, where volunteers from the Red Cross will conduct pre-screening tests on potential donors. They will check the donors’ vital signs, ask them a few questions about their medical history, and make sure they meet all the eligibility criteria for donating blood.
Once the donors are deemed fit to donate, they will be ushered to the donation area, where the actual blood collection process will take place. The Red Cross volunteers will be highly skilled and will make sure that the donors feel comfortable throughout the process.
The Blood Drive is expected to be a huge success, with dozens of students and teachers stepping up to donate their blood. The CERT team will be thrilled with the turnout and will praise the school community for their support. They will emphasize that every blood donation can save up to three lives, and encourage everyone to make blood donation a regular part of their lives.
The Blood Drive will not only serve as a means to collect blood donations but will also raise awareness about the importance of donating blood It will help the students and teachers to understand how their small act of kindness can potentially make a huge difference in someone’s life. Overall, the Blood Drive sponsored by Clay County, WV CERT at Clay County High School on Mar. 30 will be a remarkable event that will bring the school community together for a noble cause.
The Blood Drive will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.