High School Students Help Health Department

Pictured with GHS electricity students are Mr. Burns (left), the electricity class teacher, and Bill Chrostoski (right), the new Environmental Health Director at the Bond County Health Department. Chrostoski, a licensed environmental health practitioner, joined the health department team May 1.

The Greenville High School Electricity Class recently fixed more than 10 mosquito traps used for the Bond County Health Department’s Vector program.  The Vector program is an effort to alert the county if the West Nile Virus is present in mosquitoes and a danger to residents.

The students completed soldering, replaced wiring and brackets, and cleaned the equipment.  Health Department Public Administrator Mark Ayers thanked the students for their help and for saving taxpayer dollars in replacement costs.

SOURCEPhoto courtesy of the Bond County Health Department
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