First graders visiting Frisco Fire Safety Town will study Motor Vehicle and Pedestrian Safety during their safety program. The class will last approximately one and a half hours and includes:
- a short classroom presentation
- identification of where each
student is safest when riding in a
- students driving battery-operated
jeeps throughout the outdoor
area of Safety Town
- students acting as pedestrians and using crosswalks to cross
outdoor Safety Town streets
During the class, students will learn:
- where children should sit when riding in a
- how a seat belt should fit children when
sitting in a car or booster seat
- what common traffic signs and signals look
like and how to use them
- how to identify and use a crosswalk and
To assist classroom educators, we have created a Teacher & Parent Resource Page that includes TEKS correlations, chaperone information and more.
The first grade classroom has a maximum capacity of 45 children. Programs are taught twice each day at 9:30 a.m. and again at 12:00 p.m.
Currently, those elementary students attending public, private or home schools in Frisco or Frisco I.S.D. have priority when scheduling programs.
Other schools or districts who would like to visit Frisco Fire Safety will be accommodated as scheduling permits. We will work with your group to try to arrange scheduling for your grade level or campus.