Safety Town 2014 comes to an end this Friday! Safety town is a week-long program that teaches children how to be safe in their community and is brought to you by the Madison Fire Department, Madison Police Department, and the Safe Kids Coalition.
Safety Town is designed for children ages 4-5 who are entering Kindergarten in the fall. The town is a small-scale city with streets, homes, and sidewalks and is used to teach children about many different aspects of safety and injury prevention.
This year Safety Town had 140 children enrolled in four sessions. The children will graduate from the last session this Friday. We are very fortunate to be a part of this amazing program which has been taking place for 11 years.
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