Safety Town

Safety Town is going virtual this year! Out of an abundance of caution, in-person Safety Town was cancelled for Summer 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We want to keep your kids safe while also teaching them important safety lessons to prepare them for kindergarten and beyond. The same lessons from regular Safety Town will be included in this year's virtual format. Watch the video to learn how Virtual Safety Town will work this year! 

Stay tuned - more details will be available on this page soon, including the Virtual Safety Town start date, lesson resources, and more!
Officers Jim and Joe will also be offering in-person Safety Town during the summer of 2021 to this year's Safety Town class if you would prefer not to have your child participate in Virtual Safety Town.

How does Virtual Safety Town work?

All the same lessons taught during in-person Safety Town will be available in video format on this webpage beginning in July 2020. Watch the videos with your child at your leisure - once a week, one a day, or if you're really ambitious, all in one day! At the end of each lesson will be a small homework assignment you can complete with your child. Submit your child's homework for each lesson, and when you get through them all, your child will be sent a Certificate of Completion! More details coming soon.

When does Virtual Safety Town start?

Virtual Safety Town will be available beginning mid-July 2020. Stay tuned for the official announcement!

What will my child learn at Safety Town?

  • Addresses, Phone Numbers, Street Signs, and Calling 911
  • Police Officers, Paramedics, and Firefighters
  • Gun Safety
  • Stranger Danger
  • Pedestrian and Bike Safety
  • Food Allergies and Common Poisons
  • Fire Safety
  • Things that Keeps Safety Forces and You Safe

How do I submit my child's first homework assignment?

Fill out this form and upload your family's Virtual Fire Drill here!

Will my child be able to attend In-Person Safety Town in 2021?

Yes! Virtual Safety Town was created so you would have an option to teach your child what they need to know before entering kindergarten this fall, but they can still choose to attend in-person Safety Town instead in 2021. A sign up will be available through HCER next year.

Will participating in Virtual Safety Town exclude my child from participating in In-Person Safety Town next year?

No, your child can do both! Virtual Safety Town was created as an alternative learning option due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Participating will not exclude your child from in-person Safety Town next year.

Questions?


To contact Hudson Police Officers Jim and Joe, send an email to SafetyTown@hudson.oh.us. They would be happy to help!