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Students scatter at different stations all over the FHN Gym for the blood drive. The stations are placed in an order to ensure that students are able to safely donate blood. The blood drive was open for students and teachers from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

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Published: February 5, 2019
A nurse carefully organizes and places testing tubes on a small rack. These tubes are sent off and tested to see if you have any diseases that you may not know about such as HPV. It’s also how they find out your blood type so they can then send information back to the students after a few weeks.

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Published: February 5, 2019
A needle inserts into senior Kaleigh Levins arm to begin the blood drawing process. Students donate a pint of blood which can save up to three lives. Hospitals commonly request students to donate with Type O blood since any patient can receive it.

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Published: February 5, 2019
Students and teachers sit along side each other between dividers as they fill out a questionnaire. This is the second station where they answer any questions regarding their family history and health.

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Published: February 5, 2019
Junior Chris Yonts sits next to one of the staff members that is typing down information onto his computer. After getting a snack, the first station the students go to consists of them giving general information such as, age, weight, height, etc. There the staff member writes it into their computer system.

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Published: February 5, 2019
Junior Anjolina Blackwell picks up a T-Shirt after signing into the front desk. Students and teachers are given a complimentary shirt and snack to eat before their blood is drawn. Eating a snack and drinking water before and after giving blood is required as it helps reduce side effects like dizziness and fainting. It also keeps iron and other vitamin levels healthy so students can donate.

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Published: February 5, 2019
Senior Brandon Brophy hands in his permission slip to senior Autumn Schrader to sign into the blood drive. Students were given passes that determined the time that they would get their blood drawn. This was done so there wouldn’t be a large line of students waiting. Normally blood drives have around 26 students and teachers donate but this year FHN had 159.

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Published: February 5, 2019
A blood drive nurse prepares blood bags as she places a bar code sticker on top. The nurses set up before school by labeling blood bags, setting up different stations, and organizing papers for the students.

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Published: February 5, 2019
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