911 Emergency – What Would You Do?
Does your family have a fire evacuation plan? Where is the safest place in your house in the event of a tornado? Would your child pick up a strange backpack they find? Have you been approached by someone selling drugs? Has a gang member talked to your child? Do you know who your child’s school resource officer is?
While Wilson County is a great place to live, danger is always just around the corner. “As good as people are here in our county, there are also those who can hurt our children. Our school constantly partners with our uniformed community heroes to keep our students and their families as safe as possible,” said Lebanon Special School District Family Resource Center Coordinator, Beth Petty.
On Monday, April 10, representatives from the Lebanon Fire Department, the Lebanon Police Department, Wilson County Emergency Management and Wilson County Sheriff’s Department will provide multiple solutions to safety and let you know about FREE youth and adult programs available within each department.
The workshop will be held at Castle Heights Elementary Library from 6:00-8:30 and is open to the public. The workshop, materials, refreshments and childcare are free. For more information or to RSVP, contact Beth Petty at 615-453-2693 or firstname.lastname@example.org