Local school districts hope new Kansas requirement teaching CPR will save lives
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OLATHE, Kan. — There is a new requirement coming to schools across the state of Kansas this year. Local school districts hope it will save lives. On Wednesday, staff members went through CPR and AED training at Pioneer Trail Middle School. This year, more than 300 coaches and club directors will be trained in Olathe. “Virtually every single activity that we ever host in Olathe we will have somebody there that is CPR and AED trained,” said District Director of [

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