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What is HARRT?
HARRT is a multi-dimensional organization that focuses on educational and safety consulting and community service. HARRT was established in the Spring of 2000 by Kevin Shinn a Huntsville High School teacher and firefighter. HARRT is associated with the American Red Cross Rapid Response Team Project. Since that time, hundreds of high school students have received CPR, AED, and 1st Aid certification as well as nearly 120 members have received First Responder certifications. A dozen members have received their SAR Tech III training and certification, while dozens have been involved in area missing person's searches. Each year since its inception, HARRT members have staffed the American Red Cross Emergency Medical stations at Razorback football games, and nearly two dozen members have been nationally certified as Red Cross Sports Trainers. Additionally, our team has developed and staffed the emergency plan for Huntsville High School and continues to participate in numerous community events.
2007 Rapid Response Team Camp Members
This year's camp was another excellent experience.
2007 Rapid Response Team Camp Staff
Derek Goodwin, Kristyn Shinn, & Adam Wade
2007 Camp Staff Assistants
Will Green, Staci Sullivan, Carlie Porterfield, Whitney Donahoe, Mark Staples
2006 Arkansas Conference on Teaching
Kevin Shinn conducting a workshop over effective assessment methods and the value of programs like the Rapid Response Team Project.
Every year the Rapid Response Team Camp challenges young people to push themselves to new limits.