Edenton-Chowan eyes DNR policy

By Rebecca Bunch

Chowan Herald

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EDENTON — The Edenton-Chowan Schools plans to develop a policy addressing what school officials should do if a student has a do-not-resuscitate order.

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This shouldn't even be a topic of discussion

What is this world coming to? Now teachers, staff, and even students are suppose to just watch a child die without doing anything? How cold and callus can anyone be that suggests this? This goes against every moral and ethical teaching of every decent human being alive. School board member Gil Burroughs is point on in expressing his sentiments and reluctance to stand by and do nothing. I applaud his standing up to this issue. For my part, the DNR obligation would only apply to medical staff in a hospital scenario.

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