Fannin County High School health occupations students sponsored a blood drive on campus on February 26. At the end of the day, students and staff donated 82 units to Blood Assurance. “It is important to teach and provide community involvement opportunities along with academics,” according to FCHS Principal Erik Cioffi. Typically one blood drive is held during each semester at FCHS.
Shown left to right as they prepare to enter the blood mobile are seniors Morgan Rhodes and Kellie Annis