(Nacogdoches, TX)- The City of Nacogdoches Municipal Court is set to host a safety awareness program for Fredonia Elementary Kindergartners on May 11, at 10 am. At this event, the children will visit the court to learn about seat belt and bicycle safety from multiple City of Nacogdoches departments.
The students will enjoy different angles of safety rules presented by Judge Juanita Springer and Associate Judge Hollie Dewberry from Nacogdoches Municipal Court.
Additionally, Judge Early from the Lufkin Municipal Court will be in attendance to help with the interactive safety training. The City of Nacogdoches Police Department K9 Team and Lufkin Tx Department of Transportation representatives will also be present to educate the students.
After the training, children will visit the newly renovated Banita Creek Park where the Nacodoches Fire department will display the fire engines and remind children of important rules about being safe if they were to encounter a fire.
These safety reminders will be educational and are intended as a positive reminder before the kids’ summer vacation.
A duplicate training will be hosted for Garrison ISD first-graders on May 17 at 10 am.
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