Edgewood School NewsFriday February 6th is National Wear Red Day!Edgewood Students can wear red to support Women's Heart Health!Students can also wear jeans for a dollar!
A NOTE FROM THE NURSE:
KIDS: BE SAFETY SMART ABOUT FIRES!
IF YOU FIND MATCHES OR LIGHTERS, TELL A GROWN UP…… NEVER PICK THEM UP OR LEAVE THEM FOR ANOTHER CHILD.
NEVER GO BACK INTO A BURNING BUILDING. WAIT AT YOUR MEETING PLACE OR GO TO A NEIGHBOR’S HOUSE TO CALL FOR HELP.
STOP, DROP, AND ROLL IF YOUR CLOTHES CATCH FIRE.. RUNNING WILL MAKE THE FLAMES WORSE.
FIREFIGHTERS ARE GOOD STRANGERS. NEVER HIDE IF THERE IS A FIRE. IT IS O.K. TO GO WITH A FIREFIGHTER IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY.
IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY, CALL 911.
ALWAYS KEEP THE EMERGENCY NUMBER AND YOUR ADDRESS POSTED ON THE PHONE.
NEVER CALL THE EMERGENCY NUMBER TO PLAY A JOKE OR TO CALL IN A FALSE ALAR.M.
PARENTS….BE SAFETY SMART ABOUT FIRES!
MAKE YOUR HOME FIRE AND BURN SAFE
Install and maintain smoke detectors.
Check smoke detectors and batteries each month.
Post emergency numbers close to the phone.
Keep any heat sources at least 3 feet from curtains, furniture, or anything that can catch fire.
Turn pan handles away from the edge of the stove to prevent burns from accidental spills.
Keep appliances free of grease and crumbs.
Wear Short or tight-fitting sleeves when cooking.
Store electrical appliances away from the bathtub and kitchen sink.
Unplug electrical appliances before working on them.
Replace electrical cords if they are frayed or cracked.
Do not overload electrical outlets.
1. NO NEED TO CHECK SMOKE DETECTORS. THEY LAST FOREVER T F
2. JUST RUN, RUN, RUN IF YOUR CLOTHES CATCH FIRE T F
3. CALL 911 IF YOU SPOT A FIRE T F