|Education - Fire and Safety
Kindergarten through 12th Grade In-School Education Programs
The Glendale Fire Department offers several programs to all K-12 educational institutions within the city’s boundaries. These programs provide fire and life safety educational classes to better prepare our youth to live healthier and safer lives.
CCC-CPR Classes (Continuous Chest Compression CPR)
The Glendale Fire Department provides free CCC-CPR classes to all Glendale Schools. The CCC-CPR Program can be taught to students from fifth grade through 12th grade and to parents and school staff.
Fire Pal Program
The Glendale Fire Pal Program provides a seven-lesson fire and life safety program to children in kindergarten through third grade. Glendale Firefighters teach an eight-lesson program that includes the following topics:
- Friendly Firefighter and the importance of 9-1-1
- Tools and Toys
- Stop, Drop, Cover Your Face and Roll and Cool a Burn
- The Importance of Smoke Detectors and Crawl Low in Smoke
- Home Escape Planning
- Bike, Pedestrian, Helmet, and Seat Belt Safety
- Water Safety
Youth Firesetter Prevention
The Glendale Fire Department provides a one-hour youth firesetter prevention course to students in grades six through eight. This free one-hour course provides students with information regarding the consequences of experimenting with or setting fires.
How to Schedule a Program
For more information on any of these programs or to schedule a program in your school, please contact Dr. Janet A. Boberg CPM, LPC, NCC at 623-930-4483 or email Janet at firstname.lastname@example.org.