Madonna High School will once again participate in One Mission One Day to Make a Difference on Tuesday, May 4, 2021. This is a 24 hour day of giving organized by the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston. Last year we had 120 donors give $24,000 to help families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic!
This year, funds will be used to offset the costs to purchase and install Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization technology from Global Plasma Solutions into Madonna High School.
The Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization technology captures bad airborne particles and breaks down the molecular structure, leaving us with fresher, cleaner air that is virtually free of harmful compounds and viruses. It has been installed into our already existing HVAC equipment, so all air will be treated including the classrooms, gymnasium, cafeteria, weight room, and offices. This technology is effective on getting rid of many airborne particles such as: mold spores, various viruses, influenza, SARS, E. coli, and COVID-19.
This will benefit Madonna High School in many ways. Most importantly, having the particles removed from the air will help keep our students and staff healthier all year long. Energy costs will be reduced by 30% by making the HVAC system more efficient. It will drastically reduce the amount of time, energy, and costs to clean the school. Teachers will no longer need to wipe down desks and chairs after each day and lockers won’t need to be sprayed at the end of every day.
Our goal is to continue to build on contributors and have 150 donors this year. Every gift helps, no matter the size!
With your support, you will help us continue to provide a safe and healthy environment for our students and staff for the next 65 years.