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HAS students learn CPR

January 9, 2014
The Inter-Mountain

All high school students at Highland Adventist School in Elkins recently earned their annual first aid and CPR cards.

The training was led by certified instructor Lenora Tenney, RN, health services administrator at Pruntytown Correctional Center. Using training equipment provided by Pruntytown, Tenney taught adult, child, and infant CPR and basic first aid to all the students in grades 9-12.

"We want to express our appreciation to Wexford Health Sources, Mrs. Tenney's employer at Pruntytown, for sharing her with us to provide this training, as well as Pruntytown Correctional Center for loaning the training equipment," Cheryl Jacko, principal, said.

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Senior Trevor Vance practices CPR.

"We especially want to thank Mrs. Tenney for providing this outstanding training program for our students. The students are so proud of their certification cards!"

Highland Adventist School provides Christian curriculum for students in grades K-12. For more information, visit the school's website or like the Facebook page at



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