Frisco Fire Safety Town offers safety education programs to Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts in kindergarten through 5th grade. Our scout programs occur during the school year mid-September through May, and are offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3:45 p.m. Each program lasts 45 minutes to 1 hour and is taught by a Frisco firefighter. A short classroom presentation is followed by a hands-on activity. The program ends with a 10-minute bike ride in the village. Class size is limited to 20 scouts.
Registration for the 2017-2018 school year scout programs will run August 7th through April 27th. All registrations are done online and must be done at least one week prior to date of program.
Current Program Topics
Fire Safety: Scouts will engage in fire escape training in our smoke bedroom as part of their safety lesson.
Severe Weather Safety: They learn how to 'duck and cover' in our safety house, as part of our severe weather program.
Bike Safety: Includes an opportunity to practice hand signals and obey traffic lights while riding bikes in our village.
Basic First Aid: Children will learn basic methods of applying first aid from insect bites to burn care; Basic items to include in a first aid kit are also discussed. Children will acquire skills to use in most minor emergencies.
NEW!Emergency Preparedness: This class will teach students how to prepare for, respond to, recover from, prevent, and mitigate losses in emergency situations.
Safety Town Patches
We have Frisco Fire Safety Town patches available for sale in our General Store for $2. If you would like to purchase a patch for your scout, plan to do so before the program begins.