Safety lessons are taught to students with special needs in N.J. district

08/16/2010 | Record (Hackensack, N.J.), The

A New Jersey school district adapted a summer safety-skills program for its students ages 7 to 12 who have disabilities. Police and firefighters help teach students in the Safety Town program how to safely cross a busy street, how to react if a stranger comes near and what to do during a fire. The program is among a number of offerings the district is adapting to include students with special needs.

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