NEISD Schools go red for Women
Valentine’s Day on Friday, Feb. 14 wasn’t only filled with the red from roses. North East ISD staff sported red T-shirt’s in support of the “Go Red for Women” Challenge.
Since early December, health services staff have sold Red Dress pins and T-shirts to raise money for the American Heart Association. Their efforts were well worth it, raising more than $10,000!
Health Services thanks everyone who participated in the movement which works toward wiping out silent killers like heart disease and stroke. Red is often referred to as “the color of passion,” and NEISD has made it evident that they are passionate about saving women’s lives by promoting heart health.
Colonial Hills Elementary School staff were “REaDy” to bring awareness to heart disease in women. In conjunction with Valentine’s Day, the staff teamed up to support the fight against heart disease in women by wearing red. “Colonial Hills Elementary is FIRED UP to STOP Heart Disease in women," said Colonial Hills RN Sylvia Castillo. "I am so proud and thankful of our staff for supporting this serious cause.”
Eisenhower looked great as they worked to raise awareness for women's heart health.
Fox Run staff gets together during Go Red for Women Day.
The Larkspur staff is all smiles as they sport red for Go Red for Women Day.
The playground is packed with Walzem staff during Go Red for Women Day.
Woodstone faculty and staff had a great day of representing women's health.
The Cibolo Green staff wore red on February 14th to support the Go Red For Women campaign. This initiative is designed to focus attention on heart health for females. School nurse Bernadette McDermott coordinated the event at the school.
Camelot staff show their love in support of the Go Red campaign.
ACE staff support the cause and wear red to promotethe importance of heart health.
Coker Cubs go red for women's heart health.
Wilshire staff spreads the message, "We Love Our Hearts."
Tuscany Heights Elementary School staff support heart health.
Nimitz takes a stand against heart disease.
Posted on February 20, 2014