Commitment to Health

  • Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Photo Provided During their P.E. classes last February, Fort Dorchester Elementary School students got the jump on heart disease and stroke by participating in the school’s 11th annual “Jump Rope For Heart” event resulting in a seventh place ranking in South Carolina for the total donations collected. Recently on the school’s morning news show, Alissa Herrold of the American Heart Association presented a plaque to students in recognition of their commitment to helping fight heart disease and stroke. Pictured are (l-r) PE teachers Kara Muller and Donna Williams, Alissa Herrold, and PE teacher Missy Mortier.


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