Programs

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Safety Town

 

Safety Town is a one week, summer safety camp where four through nine-year-olds learn safety procedures through their own involvement. Under the guidance of a licensed teacher, students work in teen-led small groups to practice and experience "real life" situations before they are confronted with them on their own.  This program offers children a classroom segment, as well as a hands-on experience on the streets of the specially designed, child-sized "Safety Town."

Child Passenger Safety

 

Child Passenger Safety is a large part of CCS since 4 out of 5 car seats are installed incorrectly - regardless of parent’s age, education or income.  To help ensure your child's safety while traveling by car, we host free monthly check-up events at area car dealerships as well as free 1-on-1 appointments at our office. Seats are assessed for age, proper fit of your child in the seat, proper fit of the seat in the vehicle, recalls, and structural integrity.

Winners Wear Helmets

 

The Center for Childhood Safety sponsors “Winners Wear Helmets,” a classroom instruction and interactive field trip event that benefits Green Bay’s at-risk schools. At this event, students are fitted for their own bicycle helmets and complete bicycle safety courses. Over the past 20 years, this event has put helmets on the heads of over 15,000 children.

Field Trips & Group Programming

 

Choose from one of the four programs to engage your students in hands-on learning.   Programs include facilitated activities with a member of our education staff that complement classroom curriculum, supporting Common Core and Wisconsin Model Academic Standards.  Check out the programming options to find the trip that's right for you!

Safe Sleep

 

Our Safe Sleep Community Collaborative ensures that newborns in under-served populations have a place to sleep safely through the distribution of pack-n-plays accompanied by one-on-one safety education. The Safe Sleep program ensures parents aren’t unintentionally harming their children simply due to lack of access of safe sleep infant products.

Safe Sitter

 

Many youth are staying home alone or home with younger siblings while parents are at work.  This comes with the responsibility of being safe at home, cooking safe meals, practicing safe online behaviors and being prepared in case they are faced with an emergency.  Is your child ready to stay home alone, watch younger brothers and sisters while you’re away from the house, or babysit for younger children? Then maybe it’s time for Safe Sitter. 

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