That’s why this year Immaculate Conception High School is wearing red on Friday, February 5th for National Wear Red Day. With a $5 donation, ICHS students, faculty, and staff are raising funds to support educational programs to increase women’s awareness and critical research to discover scientific knowledge about cardiovascular health.
In total over $950 will be donated to the American Heart Association from ICHS for heart health. Not only did the entire school wear red, they signed their names to paper hearts that are hung around the school. Through our Felician core value of compassion, the ICHS community joined together to care for those with heart health issues and encourage others to improve their health and well-being. “Women’s health issues are top priority at ICHS. With a school full of confident and vibrant young women, I want to ensure that they are taking the right steps to have a heart healthy life. It was a wonderful day to see so much “red” throughout the halls!” shared school nurse, Linda McGrath, RN.