Session 1: July 15
Session 2: July 29
Choose from AM (9:00-11:30) or PM (12:30-3:00) session
Online registration is open
270 W Hamlin Rd, Rochester Hills
Registration for the JCI Rochester Area “Safety Town” program, which teaches 4- to 7-year-olds various aspects of life safety, will be open April 15 through the Rochester Enrichment Office. Since 1978, this summer program has helped to reduce childhood injury by introducing 4- to 7-year-old children to basic safety concepts through the use of interactive experiences. Registrations will be accepted until all available slots are filled.
We will again be offering a second-level class for children who have participated in Safety Town before, or are 6 or 7 years old.
“Safety Town” is set up to resemble a small-scale “town” with portable buildings, sidewalks, roads, and street signs. The appealing “Safety Town” learning environment is used as a practice area for several of the safety lessons. Each session lasts two weeks, running Tuesday through Friday. There are both a.m. and p.m. classes with the morning class from 9:00 am to 11:30 am and the afternoon class from 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm. All lessons and activities relate to a specific topic each day such as Traffic and Pedestrian Safety, Fire Safety, Personal Safety, and Home Safety with special visits from the Sheriff, and Police. On the last day of class, each child will receive a certificate and “Safety Town” t-shirt.
For more information or to register, call the Rochester Community Schools Enrichment Office at (248) 726-3165 or visit their office at the Rochester Community Schools Administration Center, 501 West University in downtown Rochester.You can also follow our page on Facebook at facebook.com/rochestersafetytown. Residents and non-residents of Rochester that meet the age guidelines are eligible to register for the "Safety Town" program.
For the 2021 year, you and your camper will be required to wear a properly fitting face mask at all times inside Hamlin's school campus. The staff will be following CDC guidelines, receiving daily temperature checks, and wearing masks. If you or your campers are not feeling well or are close contacts, please keep your camper at home.