North Dakota CPR

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The American Heart Association is working to assure that all students are trained in life-saving CPR before they graduate from high school, creating our next generation of lifesavers. 


Thanks to the work of our advocates and volunteers the 63rd Legislative Assembly in ND passed Senate Bill #2238 that provides funding to all private and public high schools that train students in CPR.  

Known for its research and science, the American Heart Association Science Advisory released a statement in January 2011 entitled “Secondary Students should be required to receive CPR training” 


CONTACT INFORMATION
American Heart Association - North Dakota
(800) 437-9710
1005 12th Avenue SE
Jamestown, ND  58401

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The American Heart Association provides a variety of options for schools to train their students, teachers and staff in CPR, AED use and first aid.

CPR in Schools Training Kit   

DPI School Reimbursement Form   
 
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To get ECC materials to the people who need them, the American Heart Association joins up with these companies that provide quality customer service and support.

Order CPR in Schools kits now. 
 
 
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Register to learn how your school can be recognized and CPR Smart and receive ongoing information on CPR in Schools resources. 

Faces and Stories About CPR

Arden and Linda Warner North Dakota Arden Warner, 63, Rugby, suddenly collapsed. Bystanders acted quickly with CPR and an available AED.



Brityn North Dakota SurvivorThere is one less drowning victim in North Dakota thanks to a father who knew CPR and his four-year old son who recognized that his brother was in trouble. More about Brityn.

Roxy Burnside North Dakota SurvivorSince Roxy Burnside suffered her heart attack, her teenage grandkids have been taught how to perform CPR. She says it's a skill that can save lives and all students should learn.

 

Watch Hands-Only CPR in Action

 
 
Learn why it’s important to act quickly and the two easy steps to saving a life in the event of an emergency.

Heartsaver Hero Award

The American Heart Association would like to recognize the rescuer in sudden cardiac arrest events.

Tell us your story.
 

Be the Beat

Be the Beat is an online Sudden Cardiac Arrest awareness initiative to teach teens all across the country the simple steps that can save a life. 

Be The Beat Literature

Teachers and administrators can visit bethebeat.heart.org/schools to find FREE tools that can help start and sustain CPR and AED programs.
 

CPR Smart School Recognition Program


Recognition Program Guidelines and Forms     

 
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  • LaMoure Public School

  • Central Valley Public School