Students learn about fire prevention

The Somerville Pre-K kids from the Somerville Elementary School (Contributed photo)

The Somerville Volunteer Fire Department visited the Somerville Pre-K classroom at Somerville Elementary School to teach them about fire safety. They showed them what a firefighter would look like if they had a fire at their house, and they demonstrated how they use their equipment. They talked about 911 and knowing what their address was. The children explored the firetruck, learning about the equipment and for what it is used.


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