Michigan Law Requires all Class of 2018 Graduating Seniors to be CPR Trained

By: Webmaster|Date: Oct 27, 2017|Tags: School News

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The state of Michigan passed legislation in December 2016, requiring all high school seniors to be CPR trained in order to graduate from high school. The Class of 2018 is the 1st class affected by this law. Click HERE to learn more about the law.

During ExPlore Week in March 2017, PCA offered a CPR certification course for 25 students, taught by the Canton Fire Department. For those who didn’t receive training and certification at that time, PCA again partnered with the Canton Fire Department and our senior class had the option to receive this training today, October 27. All PCA seniors have now been trained and are CPR certified. We are grateful to the Canton Fire Department for working with us to provide this critical training for our seniors and fulfilling the requirements of this new law.

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