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Zombie Apocalypse CPR Event at St. Johns

 

30 students updated their CPR skills by reviving mannequins to interrupt the Zombie Apocalypse in the interdisciplinary workshop event "Zombie Apocalypse". Each year, 150 students from St. Johns School are offered the opportunity to save lives in their communities by learning CPR. The ACT Foundation CPR program in high schools was established at St. Johns School in 2006 with generous support from the Government of Quebec, which allowed the donation of mannequins, teacher training, and curriculum resources. "We created the ‘Zombie Apocalypse’ activity to integrate as many participants as possible. And the value of this participation is to increase awareness to the importance of CPR. This serves as a reminder, not only to students but also to other people from school" said teacher Anthony McGuinness, ACT Foundation "Community Champion 2015” for his innovative approach to teaching CPR to students.

 

 

        




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