Marion County schools are working to become more heart safe environment
WBOY Jan 10, 2020.
by: Emily McNamara
Jan 10, 2020
FAIRMONT, W.Va. – Schools across West Virginia are working with medical professionals to create a more heart safe environment for all faculty and students. Marion County, specifically, is working with their Emergency Rescue Squad to help reduce cost and ultimately, reduce the amount of cardiac deaths happen within schools. The West Virginia Heart Safe Schools Project is a mission trying to prepare… [Read the full article at 12WBOY]