Dear Crusader Families,

St. Henry District High School is pleased to inform you we are well on our way to becoming a Heart Safe designated school, in collaboration with Cincinnati Children’s Heart Institute and Project ADAM. This designation means our staff has a practiced plan in place to respond to a sudden cardiac arrest on the St. Henry District High School campus.

The latest national statistics indicate that more than 350,000 children and adults across the U.S. suffer cardiac arrest every year. Through our cooperative efforts with Cincinnati Children’s Heart Institute and Project ADAM, we have joined thousands of schools throughout the nation in preparing our school for a cardiac emergency. This program enables us to offer any person who may experience a sudden cardiac arrest the best chance for survival. 

A final step in becoming a heart safe designated school is a cardiac emergency drill. We plan on performing this drill during the week of March 25, between 8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. The drill will involve our faculty and school administration. On site will also be representatives from Cincinnati Children’s Heart Institute, as well as our local EMS. 

Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns about this upcoming drill. 


Grant Brannen, Principal
St. Henry District High School
3755 Scheben Drive
Erlanger, KY 41018
National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence
[email protected]


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