Lifesaving Training for Coaches and Athletes


The high school hosted a training session on March 31 for the Anyone Can Save a Life initiative, providing crucial training in the event an emergency occurs. Coaches for spring season sports at the middle, junior varsity and varsity levels – including softball, boys and girls lacrosse, tennis, girls and boys track, and girls golf – were in attendance, accompanied by five students per team.

Anyone Can Save a Life is a first-of-its-kind emergency action program for after-school practices and events, designed to save lives from emergencies, including sudden cardiac arrest, a leading cause of death among adults and student athletes nationwide.