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Stop the Bleed Kits Improve School Safety
Stop the Bleed Kits Improve School Safety
Posted on 10/01/2021
Thanks to a years-long collaborative effort, Buncombe County Schools staff members are much better prepared to deal with health crises in schools. On Friday, Oct. 1, Mission Health representatives delivered 2,489 Stop the Bleed kits at the BCS Central Office. These kits will be delivered to every classroom, school bus, and school resource officer. Also on Friday, BCS Assistant Superintendent Joseph Hough announced that all BCS staff members have been trained to use the kits.
Thanks to a years-long collaborative effort, Buncombe County Schools staff members are much better prepared to deal with health crises in schools. On Friday, Oct. 1, Mission Health representatives delivered 2,489 Stop the Bleed kits at the BCS Central Office. These kits will be delivered to every classroom, school bus, and school resource officer. Also on Friday, BCS Assistant Superintendent Joseph Hough announced that all BCS staff members have been trained to use the kits.
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