LMS Blood Drive

December 7, 2016

We’re excited to announce that Lexington Middle School is participating in the American Red Cross Future Blood Donor program, which introduces middle school students to the importance of blood donation. The program offers our school an activity that is not only fun, but also educational and gives our students a chance to support our community.

The Future Blood Donor program teaches students about the function of blood in our bodies, the different components of blood and the importance of blood donation. Students are then asked to recruit individuals to donate at our school’s upcoming blood drive. The Red Cross believes that we will help create a future generation of blood donors by getting students involved at an early age, and we share their vision. 

Each student who recruits at least one person to come out to donate at the blood drive will be recognized and will receive a fun appreciation item from the Red Cross. We want our students to know how important they are and about their impact on their community. This experience will be a fun way to engage our students, and the best part is knowing that they are helping save lives!

 Below is the information for our school’s upcoming blood drive.

Lexington Middle School Blood Drive

Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

For more information or to make an appointment to donate, contact Mrs. Rosner at the school. Appointments may also be scheduled using the Red Cross Blood Donor App or by visiting redcrossblood.org using sponsor code lexnems

Please support our students and school by donating blood, recruiting blood donors or volunteering at the blood drive.

Lindsay Rosner
Special Education
Lexington Middle School