Community leaders visit students in Plevna

Elementary students in front of the Fallon County ambulance.
Elementary students in front of the Fallon County ambulance.

 Sept. 21, the elementary students had the opportunity to learn about ambulances and the work of the EMS.

By Jacob Edgell

Bridget Schwartz brought an ambulance and let students go into the back of it. She explained some of the medical supplies and gadgets in the back of the ambulance. Each grade was able to go in and ask questions about various components of the ambulance. At the end, everybody (yes, even teachers) got a mini first aid bag with some medical supplies.

   Sept. 25, the Fallon County Undersheriff Nic Eisele visited Plevna School to explain his duties as an undersheriff to the elementary students. He showed them what the inside of a sheriff’s vehicle looks like. The students enjoyed seeing the lights and hearing the siren on the sheriff pickup he drove. He also showed them the gadgets on his belt, as well as the body armor he wears.

   After Nic’s presentation, the elementary kids each received their own sheriff badge (in sticker form).

      



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