Medical supply buckets for classrooms

posted May 14, 2018, 6:11 AM by Granger Meador   [ updated May 14, 2018, 6:11 AM ]
Thanks to generous support from Chevron Phillips Chemical Company, the district will be distributing buckets with medical supplies to all district classrooms. Chevron Phillips supplied 485 plastic 5-gallon buckets and $1,000 to the Woodrow Wilson Elementary School Parent-Teacher Organization to purchase trauma kit supplies for each bucket.

The elementary school students in the Wilson Service Club worked with help from Wilson's Financial Secretary, Carrie Fodor, and Kerry Ickleberry, the district's Safe and Healthy Schools Coordinator. The assembled kits will include a tourniquet, gauze, items to stop bleeding, gloves, trash bags, and a CPR mask. They will be distributed to classrooms across the district in the coming weeks.
Students prepare bucketsWilson Service Club students Elena Haschke, Caitlyn Russ, Dane Powell, Ada San Juan Ramirez, Sean Barnhart, and Jolee Heuertz were some of the students who helped assemble classroom medical buckets

Xander Block & Carrie Fodor
Xander Block, a 4th grader at Woodrow Wilson Elementary, with Carrie Fodor, the school's Financial Secretary who assisted with the Wilson Service Club project

Unloading buckets
District maintenance personnel help unload buckets supplied by Chevron Phillips Chemical Company

Bucket Brigade
Manager of Plant Services & Transportation Roger Doty, Safe & Healthy Schools Coordinator Kerry Ickleberry, Woodrow Wilson School Financial Secretary Carrie Fodor, and District Carpenter Don Krause with the donated buckets