Safe Kids Connecticut, a program based out of the Injury Prevention Center at Connecticut Children's Medical Center in Hartford, is a statewide network of organizations and individuals who work together to prevent unintentional injuries to children ages 0-19. Safe Kids Connecticut is a multi-faceted organization that works to reduce death and injury rates of children through community education, public policy change, creating safe environments, and conducting research. Preventable injuries remain the #1 cause of death in children, learn more at www.ctsafekids.org.
To that end, Safe Kids CT will be celebrating Safe Kids Day on the front lawn of Connecticut Children's Medical Center. Safe Kids day will be held on Friday May 5 from 9am-1pm (Thursday May 11 rain date). SAND Elementary School will participate at this year's Safe Kids Day. We will bus in 100 students(3rd and 4th grade). During this Safety event students will learn about the following: Fire safety, Nutrition, Helmet Safety, Sports, Safety, Road Safety, How to call 911, Water Safety, Dog safety and CPR.
If you need additional information please call Amneris Torres at 860.837.5308 or email her at Atorres01@connecticutchildrens.org.