1st graders visiting Frisco Fire Safety Town will study motor vehicle and pedestrian safety during their safety program. The class will last approximately one and a half hours (45 minutes classroom and 45 minutes outdoor activities) that includes:
A short classroom presentation
Identification of where each student is safest when riding in a motor vehicle
Students driving battery-operated jeeps throughout the outdoor area of Safety Town
Students acting as pedestrians and using crosswalks to cross outdoor Safety Town streets
During the class, students will learn:
Students practice crossing the street safely
Where children should sit when riding in a vehicle
How a seat belt should fit children when sitting in a car or booster seat
What common traffic signs and signals look like and how to use them
How to identify and use a crosswalk and pedestrian signal
The first grade classroom has a maximum capacity of 45 children. Programs are taught twice each day at 9:30 a.m. - 11 a.m. and again at 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Frisco I.S.D. schools will have scheduling priority through mid-November. Open registration for other districts starts mid-November.