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Jump Rope for Heart Kick Off Assembly Today
May 12, 2015Posted by on
Students from JK- Grade 6 will participate in Jump Rope for Heart on June 11 in the afternoon. At our kick off assembly today, we learned about heart health, the importance of exercise and how we can make a difference through
Jump Rope For Heart.
All JK-6 students will participate on June 11th. If you choose to participate in the donation part of the program, please remember to be safe while doing so. Heart and Stroke Foundation recommends that students do not go door to door unless they are with a trusted adult.
We also learned today about AEDs (Automated External Defibrillators). Our AED is on the wall near the front office, please have a look for it next time you are in the school. Many staff are trained to use the AED, but the verbal instructions and picture guides on the device could allow anyone to operate it. Our AED could save a life.
Thanks for supporting heart health and research- we look forward to Jumping on June 11th at LJPS.
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