Shawnee Blood Drive Saves Lives

Sophia Paiste, Writer

Shawnee High School recently had one of the most successful one day blood drives in the entire Pennsylvania and New Jersey region. The drive took place on Friday, February 10th and 238 students gave 211 pints of blood . Each and every pint of blood save three lives.  While the February blood drive had an excellent turn out.  Thanks to all of the students who participated.

Administration along with students and teachers after a successful day of running the Shawnee Blood Drive. (pictured left to right: Mr. Campbell, Jack Dougherty, Mr. Bozarth, Mrs.Fanourgakis, Dana Goldstein)

Students recover after giving blood. (pictured left to right: Sydney Wheeler, Carly Clapperton, Delaney Watson, Andrew Ozazewski, Vaughn Paga, Jackson Goldman)


Student checking up on Mr. Latini while he’s donating blood. (pictured left to right: Mr. Latini, Alana Miller)


Students making sure their fellow classmates are feeling okay while donating blood. (pictured left to right: Reagan Putiner, Alex Feire, Grace Titus)

Rob Zurzolo helping out a fellow classmate after she has given blood.

Emily Dunn smiles with Michelle Peterson post giving blood. (pictured left to right: Emily Dunn, Michelle Peterson)

Hannah Moyer holds a classmate’s hand after she gives blood.

Lucy Clapperton and fellow students help with the check in process.