There are still some openings for registration for the Safety Township program of the Sylvania Township Police Department.
The program is designed for children who live in the Sylvania community or will be entering kindergarten in a community school this coming school year.
Members of the township police and fire departments, teachers, and people from industry teach youngsters things to be cautious about as they make their first steps away from home.
Topics include such things as possible dangers of fire, electricity, traffic among others as well as proper procedures on school busses, in cars and as a pedestrian.
Although the topics are serious, the lessons are presented in a way that is age-appropriate, “and really fun,” according to Lt. Sarah Toth, head of community affairs for the Sylvania Township Police Department.
The classes will be from 9 to 11:30 a.m., June 14 through June 18 at Central Trail Elementary School, 4321 Mitchaw Rd.
There is a fee of $30, and a registration deadline of May 21. There is a limit of 90 children.
A registration form can be found at www.sylvaniatownshippolice.com.
All guidelines in place at the time for the health and safety of everyone will be adhered to.
Written by: Mike Jones, Public Information Officer
Published: May 7, 2021
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