Jackson Elementary Students 'Survive' Fire Safety Program
All the 4th graders at Jackson Elementary School participated in the Survive Alive program, which is a culmination of the lessons learned in the previous four programs offered by the Sheboygan Fire Department. It involved the use of a full size simulated house on wheels. Students reviewed lessons related to smoke detectors, escape plans, household hazards, and dialing 911. Using theatrical smoke, the students were introduced to rapid escape and decision making in a hazardous situation. Students also received a reflective bag suitable for trick or treat activities and a variety of age appropriate activity handouts.
While a Sheboygan firefighter looks on, Darin Alsteen participates in a simulated 911 telephone call to learn interaction with an emergency dispatcher.
Sheboygan Area School District Press Release
November 8, 2012