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Volunteers Needed for Pedestrian Safety Education

May 31, 2015 03:00AM ● By Kieran Gilman
(Editor's Note: The following information was submitted by the Trahan PAC.)

The THIRD GRADE students at the Trahan Elementary School will be participating in the Massachusetts Safe Routes to School Pedestrian Safety Education Program on THURSDAY, JUNE 4TH.  This education program trains adult volunteers to lead students on safety walks, allowing students to experientially learn about safe pedestrian behaviors.

We are looking for 8 parent volunteers to participate in the Pedestrian Safety Education Program which includes;
-Part 1: 30 minutes: A SRTS trainer instructs adult volunteers in how to teach pedestrian safety to children.
-Part 2: 30 minutes per class:  Newly-traned volunteers lead third grade students on walks within the vacinity of the school.
-Part 3: 10 minutes: Volunteers return to the training room and complete program evaluations. 

All volunteers must be available from 8:45am - 1:30pm on Thursday, June 4th. (There will be a lunch break from 11:30-12:30pm.) and also must be CORI checked, or have a current CORI form on file with the school. 
CLICK HERE to volunteer.
DATE: 06/04/2015 ( Thu 8:45AM - 1:30PM EDT )

LOCATION: Trahan Elementary School
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