The Fire Department will hold its annual Fire Safety Poster Contest for grades K through 5 again this year.
The Fairfield Fire Department will hold its annual “Fire Safety Poster Contest” for grades K through 5 again this year. Flyers will be distributed to each of the schools on Monday October 1st announcing the contest and this year’s theme. The posters will be due at their schools on Monday October 15th. Fire department personnel will come to the school and judge the poster and announce the winners that day. A first place ribbon will be placed on the winning poster. Several other posters will receive honorable mention ribbons and all other will receive participation ribbons. Each poster will receive a ribbon. We will leave all posters at the school to display as they see fit. As we have done in the past we will have a winner from each school building.
On October 22nd or October 23rd the winners and their teacher, if available will be picked up at their respective school building and taken for a short ride on the fire truck. Firefighters will then serve breakfast to the winners and their teachers at a fire station. We will check for allergies and a potential menu for the breakfast with the teacher and or the parents of the students. We also will encourage the parents to join us for breakfast. It usually makes for a great photo opportunity for the child and teacher.
For more information about the poster contest, please contact Lt. Neal Ressler at:
Ph. (513) 858-7730
Email – email@example.com
Breakfast for South, West, Central will be 10-22-18, we will pick students up around 9:00 please check time when you are at school. Check with the winner for allergies and if menu of pancakes, scrambled eggs and sausage works.
Breakfast for Sacred Heart, Compass and Cincinnati Christian will be 10-23-18, we will pick students up around 9:00 please check time when you are at school. Check with the winner for allergies and if menu of pancakes, scrambled eggs and sausage works.
Safety Tips for Kids
- Take a look around a very special Fire Prevention Week page just for kids and parents.
- Download NFPA’s free storybook app and eBook for Fire Prevention Week.
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