Volunteers from Ascension, the largest non-profit health system in the U.S. and the world’s largest Catholic health system, were on St. Louis College Prep’s campus on Monday with one mission – to make sure the school’s science lab was fully functional for scholars this year.
Six St. Louis University Accelerated Nursing students have spent the past month helping to make sure the school’s scholars have all of the vaccinations they need.
Led by SLU Instructor Deborah Artman, the six students, Emily Camper, Emma Nash, Kim Schaefer, Alexandra Feinberg, Andrea Heyes, and Jacob Voigtmann, have been scouring through student records, making sure that scholars’ vaccination records match up to the intricate requirements mandated by the state.
On Saturday, 21 volunteers contributed a total of 63 volunteer hours working on a variety of projects around the school including landscaping, litter pickup, hanging college banners and organizing the school’s storage areas.
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