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Safety Town offers students going into kindergarten a fun, hands-on opportunity to learn accident prevention.

Kindergartners invited to Safety Town

Posted May 13, 2019

Plymouth-area students who will be entering kindergarten in the fall are encouraged to participate in Safety Town this summer.

Participants learn safety awareness and accident prevention in a hands-on setting, as children practice “real-life” safety skills indoors and outdoors. Fun activities are guided by certified teacher Denise Roth, with assistance from community helpers.

Safety Town will run from 9 to 11 a.m. Monday through Friday from July 22 to Aug. 1 (no class Friday, Aug. 2) at the Plymouth Youth Center, 609 North St. Fee is $40 per child.

Forms are due June 30, but parents are encouraged to register early. Space is limited, with priority given to Plymouth School District students. Safety Town is coordinated by Community Education & Recreation.

Safety Town covers the following subjects:

  • Police & Fire: Learn how and when to dial 911; check out a police car and a bicycle; and enjoy a visit from a fire truck.
  • Ambulance: Tour the inside of a Plymouth ambulance.
  • Busing: Take a safety ride on a bus.
  • Playground: Practice safety skills at City Park.
  • Veterinary: Learn how to approach animals.
  • Crossing Guard: Visit with a crossing guard; discuss “Walk” and “Don’t Walk.”
  • Water: Learn about safety around water.
  • Poisons & Electricity: Meet Mr. Yuk and Mr. Ouch.
  • Storm Awareness: Stay safe when the weather turns bad.

Learn more:
• View or download the Safety Town flier and registration form to mail or bring to Community Ed & Rec, 125 Highland Ave., Plymouth WI 53073.
• Call (920) 892-5068, email, or visit the Community Ed & Rec office on the north end of Plymouth High School, 125 Highland Ave.