Safety Township, operated under the leadership of the Sylvania Township Police Department, is a program for all Sylvania children that will be entering kindergarten this fall. The program is a two and a half hour session each day for five days. Each day the children will receive instructions concerning various safety issues like the danger of strangers, fire safety, bus safety, electrical safety, etc.
During the five days they spend at Safety Township, the children learn about numerous safety-related topics, while being taught in a classroom setting by licensed teachers. The children also receive a safety presentation from a different guest speaker each day.
Guest speakers include members of the following organizations: Sylvania Township Police Department, Sylvania Schools Transportation Department, Lucas County Dog Warden, Lucas County EMS, Operation Lifesaver, Flower Hospital Emergency Room and Toledo Edison.
WHEN: June 12 through June 16, 2017
WHERE: Central Trail Elementary, 4321 Mitchaw Road
Registration forms are available HERE or you may pick one up at the police department – 4420 King Road.
If you have any question regarding the program, please call Officer Dan Krajicek at 419 882 7878, extension 4 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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