Safety City held for 50-year


Students explored the interior of a bus, fire trucks and police vehicles. They are pictured as they saw the interior of a Fairborn police car.


Students had the opportunity to play outdoors during Safety City. They are pictured driving and walking the course, in which they learned how to be responsible drivers (staying in their own lane, stopping completely, following directions) and staying on the sidewalk and crossing at correct locations as pedestrians.


Students learned how to be responsible pedestrians and bus riders, what to do in the case of a fire, how to handle seeing a gun, matches and/or a lighter near them as well as animal safety, among other topics. They are pictured demonstrating how to lay in the case of being attacked by a dog with their family members observing nearby at the Safety City graduation.


Whitney Vickers | Greene County News Nineteen local soon-to-be first grade students, divided into three groups, learned safe habits June 12-16 at the 50-annual Safety City course.


Students explored the interior of a bus, fire trucks and police vehicles. They are pictured as they saw the interior of a Fairborn police car.

Students had the opportunity to play outdoors during Safety City. They are pictured driving and walking the course, in which they learned how to be responsible drivers (staying in their own lane, stopping completely, following directions) and staying on the sidewalk and crossing at correct locations as pedestrians.

Students learned how to be responsible pedestrians and bus riders, what to do in the case of a fire, how to handle seeing a gun, matches and/or a lighter near them as well as animal safety, among other topics. They are pictured demonstrating how to lay in the case of being attacked by a dog with their family members observing nearby at the Safety City graduation.

Whitney Vickers | Greene County News

Nineteen local soon-to-be first grade students, divided into three groups, learned safe habits June 12-16 at the 50-annual Safety City course.

Students explored the interior of a bus, fire trucks and police vehicles. They are pictured as they saw the interior of a Fairborn police car.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/06/web1_6-2.jpgStudents explored the interior of a bus, fire trucks and police vehicles. They are pictured as they saw the interior of a Fairborn police car.

Students had the opportunity to play outdoors during Safety City. They are pictured driving and walking the course, in which they learned how to be responsible drivers (staying in their own lane, stopping completely, following directions) and staying on the sidewalk and crossing at correct locations as pedestrians.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/06/web1_9-2.jpgStudents had the opportunity to play outdoors during Safety City. They are pictured driving and walking the course, in which they learned how to be responsible drivers (staying in their own lane, stopping completely, following directions) and staying on the sidewalk and crossing at correct locations as pedestrians.

Students learned how to be responsible pedestrians and bus riders, what to do in the case of a fire, how to handle seeing a gun, matches and/or a lighter near them as well as animal safety, among other topics. They are pictured demonstrating how to lay in the case of being attacked by a dog with their family members observing nearby at the Safety City graduation.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/06/web1_1-10.jpgStudents learned how to be responsible pedestrians and bus riders, what to do in the case of a fire, how to handle seeing a gun, matches and/or a lighter near them as well as animal safety, among other topics. They are pictured demonstrating how to lay in the case of being attacked by a dog with their family members observing nearby at the Safety City graduation.

Whitney Vickers | Greene County News Nineteen local soon-to-be first grade students, divided into three groups, learned safe habits June 12-16 at the 50-annual Safety City course.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/06/web1_2-13.jpgWhitney Vickers | Greene County News Nineteen local soon-to-be first grade students, divided into three groups, learned safe habits June 12-16 at the 50-annual Safety City course.