By Hannah Johnson, Current Staff
WBHS set a school record at December’s blood drive, collecting 499 pints of blood.
The goal for this year’s drive, which was held December 11, was to break the record for largest blood drive in Wisconsin. Though this goal was not achieved, the 499 donated pints set a new local standard, and represented a 17% increase over last year’s total of 426 pints.
“We still hold the largest high school blood drive in the state which allows teenage students to have the opportunity to donate,” said Matt Hoffmann, faculty adviser of the WBHS student council. Continue reading