500 teachers in Crawford County OH, will receive emergency preparedness training through a partnership with the Crawford College Connection and citizenAID North America.
“Our students and teachers are incredibly valuable to our community and keeping them safe is our number one priority.” Margaret Thornton, Executive Director of the Crawford College Connection, stated in a press release. “By partnering with citizenAID we are able to train all 500 teachers across Crawford County, which will directly benefit each and every one of our 7,000 students. Today’s announcement marks an important step towards protecting our students and making sure they are able to live up to their full potential.”
Timken Company Charitable and Education Fund provided the courses, with an additional 250 donated by citizenAID.
“We are thrilled about the partnership that will help secure schools across Crawford County.” Tim Hicks, Plant Manager at Timken Company’s Bucyrus Facility, said. “The Timken Company Charitable and Education Fund is committed to promoting lifelong learning and we’re proud to help train teachers and make our community safer.
The Crawford College Program is a not-for-profit organization that provides resources and services to give students the opportunity to go to college.
Full article https://www.wmfd.com/news/single.asp?story=76396 & https://www.bucyrustelegraphforum.com/story/news/2018/06/27/crawford-county-teachers-trained-disaster-preparedness/734716002/