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Staying educated, young or old, is important to you and your family’s fire safety and awareness. The links below are courtesy of the National Fire Protection Agency. They are designed for a variety of audiences and for public and home educators.
Sparky the Fire Dog® website
allows kids to explore and learn about fire safety in a safe and interactive environment
Teachers and parents can visit the
Sparky School House
site to download fire safety apps, eBooks, lesson plans and more.
Learn Not to Burn
is the pillar of National Fire Protection Association's educational programs for more than 40 years.
is a fire and fall prevention program for older adults.
10 Minute Mini Lesson Plans
Creating a 10-minute mini-lesson
Calling 9-1-1 from a mobile phone
- Use this lesson at a team sports event.
Get to Know Smoke Alarms
Hear the Beep Where You Sleep - WHEREVER That May Be!
- Use this lesson for audiences who may be using less traditional sleeping quarters.
Home Fire Sprinklers
Importance of fire alarm systems and home fire escape planning in multi-unit dwellings
Plan Your Home Fire Escape
Preventing Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Replace Smoke Alarms Every 10 Years
for additional lesson plans
Blood Pressure Checks
Station Tours and Public Appearances
Vial of Life Program
Station Tours / Public Appearance
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