SAFETY TOWN FAQ:
WHAT IS SAFETY TOWN?
Sheboygan Service Club has hosted Safety Town since 1998 in partnership with the Sheboygan Recreation Department, Police Department, and SASD instructors. Safety Town is a summer program with 4 sessions providing 16 hours of safety awareness for children entering kindergarten. Each year approximately 160 children are enrolled in Safety Town.
ATTEND SAFTEY TOWN
2021 Safety Town COVID-19 UPDATE:
We have made the difficult decision to cancel this year's Safety Town. Thank you for your continued support of Service Club and we will keep this page updated for the 2022 schedule! Please feel free to reach out to with any questions.
2021 Safety Town Sessions: CANCELLED
WHAT WILL MY CHILD LEARN DURING SAFETY TOWN?
Topics include: bike safety, stranger danger, poisons around the house, proper hand washing, pet safety, water safety and many other life saving topics. Additionally, your child will be treated to a safe and supervised field trip to the Fire Department and the James Madison Community Pool!
WHEN CAN I ENROLL MY CHILD IN SAFETY TOWN?
When applications are available, they be available on our website, The SSC Facebook page, through the rec department and Sheboygan County Schools.
Questions directly related to Safety Town may be directed to:
BE A VOLUNTEER AT SAFETY TOWN
SSC relies on the support of “Teen Volunteers” to lead groups of five Safety Town participants under the direction of our SASD Safety Town Instructor. For each session worked a teen volunteer can earn 15 hours of community service. If you know a teen between the ages of 12 and 18 who would like to volunteer, please complete an application online.