CPR High School

School CPR – Free CPR Training For High School Students
The Student CPR program delivers free web-based CPR and AED training to high school students around the country.

CPR WORKSHEET – Palatine High School
Title: CPR WORKSHEET Author: PHS User Last modified by: PALATINE HIGH SCHOOL Created Date: 10/28/2003 5:22:00 PM Company: Palatine High School Other titles

REQUIREMENTS FOR CPR PROGRAMS IN SCHOOLS, BY STATE AND …
School entities shall offer a CPR class on school premises at least once every three years. The course shall be an option to all school employees • CPR training conducted by: intermediate and high school in the Puerto Rico System of Education

Should CPR Be Required For high school Graduation? | Syracuse.com
Grant Middle School students, also, learn CPR in health class. "I try to sit with them at least once, and we go over trying to touch the right places," says Pete Nicolini, a health teacher for the past five years.

First Aid, CPR & AED Training For Schools
First Aid, CPR & AED Training for Schools Updated September 8, 2011 NOTE: In this document, schools and school settings are defined as elementary/primary schools, middle or junior

FREE CPR Training Offered To high school Students
32500 Shiawassee Street Farmington, MI 48336 DATE: CONTACT: FOR RELEASE: September 18, 2012 Gail Green 248.489.3349 Immediate FREE CPR training offered to high school students –

CPR In Schools
Alabama Current state law requires CPR in schools training before high school graduation Please contact your state or school for more information.

Arapahoe High School | CPRColorado Public Radio
Claire Davis, the 17-year-old student shot in the head during the attack on Arapahoe High School earlier this month, has passed away from her injuries.

Student CPR – Free Online CPR Training For High School Students
Why should high school students learn CPR? Teenagers are some of the best rescuers we have because of their willingness to help and general sense of fearlessness.

South High School | CPRColorado Public Radio
The nation's First Lady spent time yesterday with students from South High School to tout a mentoring program for kids. CPR's Andrea Dukakis has the story.