Amelia Academy Staff Obtains CPR Re-certifications
2019, January 24: Amelia Academy staff and bus drivers attended a cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training class held at Amelia County High School. Knowing CPR helps Academy staff to put student safety and well-being at the forefront of our activities. Included in the training was use of an automated external defibrillator (AED), how to use an epi-pen, basic first aid skills, stroke and heart attack signs and symptoms and what to do if a person exhibits those signs and symptoms, along with how to recognize and treat symptoms of diabetic emergencies.
ACHS health and PE teacher Robin Gary (right) instructs AA bus drivers Jen Bollinger, Robert Ratliff, and Teri Flippin in using the AED.
AA Director of Student Affairs Angela Anderson (left) and Spanish teacher Miss Victoria Lunsford prepare for the CPR class.
AA Business Office Manager Sherry Reynolds listens intently as she prepares to demonstrate infant CPR skills.
AA bus driver Jen Bollinger demonstrates how infant CPR is performed.
Teri Flippin also shows good form in her demonstration of infant CPR skills.
AA Director of Student Affairs Angela Anderson (left) follows instructions offered by Robin Gary in learning the AED as Teri Flippin awaits her turn.
AA bus driver Jen Bollinger goes solo in demonstrating her newly-gained knowledge of the AED.