Openings still available for Toledo Safe-T-City

Openings still available for Toledo Safe-T-City
(Source: WTOL)

TOLEDO, OH (WTOL) - There are still openings available for Safe-T-City, a free safety program sponsored by the Toledo Police Department, but parents are encouraged to register their children soon.
Safe-T-City is a pedestrian and traffic safety program combined with a life safety course. The course is for children entering kindergarten for the upcoming school year.
The program is held at the Scott Park Shelter House, 2201 Nebraska Ave., next to the Scott Park District Station.
The open dates are morning sessions for July 23-Aug. 1. The morning session runs 8:15 a.m.-10:45 a.m.
The application form is available by clicking this link. The form can be completed electronically and emailed to or printed out and mailed to:
TPD Community Services
2145 North Cove Blvd.
Toledo, OH 43606
Applications also can be faxed to 419-936-3859
Safe-T-City includes classroom instruction and outdoor practice in a miniature city complete with streets, sidewalks, small buildings, traffic lights and stop signs.
The children are assigned to classes (no more than 15 children per class) with a certified instructor. During the 20-hour course, the children learn through participation in a setting of simulated real-life situations. Guest speakers from different community resources help the children learn through songs, poems, art projects, stories and movies. Police officers teach pedestrian safety on the streets of Safe-T-City.

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