The Observer

Phones should be used for helping, not filming

 A view of Winston Churchill High School on a sunny afternoon. A student suffered a medical emergency on Tuesday, November 5, 2019, and needed an ambulance, while students filmed it.

By Jeremy Fredricks, Assistant Opinions Editor

December 8, 2019

On Tuesday, Nov. 5, a WCHS student whose name has not been revealed by Principal Heckert suffered a “medical emergency.” Much remains unknown about what happened, but in her email to parents, Heckert said that an ambulance had come to treat the student. This email was sent out on Tuesday night. ...

In case of emergency

By Ana Faguy and Katie Gauch

October 27, 2014

The bell rings and students start heading to their desks. As instruction begins, a student in the next row appears a bit nauseous, and as the class period passes, her face begins changing colors and eventually she is gasping for breath.  You seem to be the only one who notices. This is a very real...

Student EMTs make a difference in community

November 28, 2011

Firefighters, doctors and policemen are only a few examples of the people who sacrifice their time to protect us and sometimes save our lives. CHS is proud to claim multiple everyday heroes of our own— Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT). Many students are either in training to become EMTs...

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