Fulton First-graders Organize Blood Drive


The first grade of Fulton City School District organizes a blood drive at each elementary school building annually as part of their science study of the human body and circulatory system.
 
Each class contributes to the day of the blood drive. Some made posters, some made invitations to give to parents, and others created handmade thank you cards to give to the donors.
 
Some of the students worked together to put together a video to spread the word about the drive. This year’s video can be seen on the Fairgrieve Elementary School Facebook page. Fairgrieve Elementary exceeded their goal for donors this year.

Students make handmade cards for blood drive donors.
Fairgrieve first-graders Alexa Messerly (left) and Braydon Heany (right) showcase a few
of the handmade thank you cards the students of Mrs. Field’s class made for the donors of the blood drive.