Donating began during period and continued until after school. There were 118 students signed in, however, some were rejected due to tattoos or other things that might jeopardize the safety of the blood supply. Although no students fainted, there were a few that began feeling dizzy or woozy. Some began getting pale in the face. On the other hand, the majority of the students were fine. Students were given an opportunity to participate without a long wait.
“The blood drive went really well,” said ASB Vice President, Samantha Kang, who was once again leading the event.
Unlike the first blood drive in November, this time there were many more staff members of the American Red Cross working, said Samantha. Therefore, the procedure was performed more quickly and smoothly. The event collected about 75 pints.