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Wisconsin schools could be required to train students in CPR



Students in grades 7-12
would be trained

A CPR training requirement for Wisconsin schools appears to be generating the support needed to become law in the state. 

The requirement would increase significantly what many school districts offer.  Like in La Crosse schools. 

“There is no formal CPR training to our students in our schools right now,” health and physical education supervisor Jon Baudek said. “(But) I’m 100 percent supportive of it, and I know our health educators are supportive of it, as well.”

Under the proposal, 7-12-grade students in public and private schools would get one-time, CPR training in health class.

And that’s a no-brainer to Baudek.

“Giving kids some tools to put in their toolbox to help against one of the leading causes of death in America,” he said.

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