Two fire departments visit MES


Firefighters address students about fire safety

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Photo courtesy of Monarch Elementary School Chief John Glenn of the Carlisle Fire Department and Capt. John Flood of the Monarch Fire Department address students at Monarch Elementary School. They and other firefighters with their departments recently addressed students recently about the importance of fire safety.


Photo courtesy of Monarch Elementary School Monarch Elementary School first grade student Kavean Jeter sits at the wheel of a fire truck during a recent visit to the school by firefighters with the Carlisle and Monarch fire departments. The firefighters visited the school to talk to students about the importance of fire safety.


Photo courtesy of Monarch Elementary School Firefighters with the Carlisle and Monarch fire departments recently visited Monarch Elementary School. They were there to address the school’s kindergarten and first grade students about the importance of fire safety.


MONARCH — Fire safety was the subject of addressed by some very special visitors to Monarch Elementary School.

In a statement release this week Monarch Elementary School announced that its kindergarten and first grader students were visited by Capt. John Flood of the Monarch Fire Department, Carlisle Fire Chief John Glenn, and other firefighters from those departments.

The press release states that the firefighters can to the school to share with its students the importance of fire safety. During their visit, the press release states the firefighters put on all of their turnout gear so the students would know what to expect should they ever need a fireman to come rescue them.

During the fire truck’s visit, the report states students were allowed to explore the vehicle. The students were each presented with a coloring book, pencil, and crayons.

Photo courtesy of Monarch Elementary School Chief John Glenn of the Carlisle Fire Department and Capt. John Flood of the Monarch Fire Department address students at Monarch Elementary School. They and other firefighters with their departments recently addressed students recently about the importance of fire safety.
http://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_thumbnail_IMG_3629-1.jpgPhoto courtesy of Monarch Elementary School Chief John Glenn of the Carlisle Fire Department and Capt. John Flood of the Monarch Fire Department address students at Monarch Elementary School. They and other firefighters with their departments recently addressed students recently about the importance of fire safety.

Photo courtesy of Monarch Elementary School Monarch Elementary School first grade student Kavean Jeter sits at the wheel of a fire truck during a recent visit to the school by firefighters with the Carlisle and Monarch fire departments. The firefighters visited the school to talk to students about the importance of fire safety.
http://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_thumbnail_IMG_3637-1.jpgPhoto courtesy of Monarch Elementary School Monarch Elementary School first grade student Kavean Jeter sits at the wheel of a fire truck during a recent visit to the school by firefighters with the Carlisle and Monarch fire departments. The firefighters visited the school to talk to students about the importance of fire safety.

Photo courtesy of Monarch Elementary School Firefighters with the Carlisle and Monarch fire departments recently visited Monarch Elementary School. They were there to address the school’s kindergarten and first grade students about the importance of fire safety.
http://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_thumbnail_IMG_3632-1.jpgPhoto courtesy of Monarch Elementary School Firefighters with the Carlisle and Monarch fire departments recently visited Monarch Elementary School. They were there to address the school’s kindergarten and first grade students about the importance of fire safety.
Firefighters address students about fire safety

Special to The Union Times

This story courtesy of Monarch Elementary School.

This story courtesy of Monarch Elementary School.

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