Lakota Safety Village for Incoming Kindergartners

Lakota Safety Village for Incoming Kindergartners Begins May 23
Posted on 04/06/2022
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Yellow border with tire-like graphic and words "Safety Village" bike, fire truck, school bus, police officer and pedestrian crossing signLakota Local Schools is proud to present the first-ever Lakota Safety Village, hosted by the West Chester Police Department and the Butler County Sheriff’s Office School Resource Officer Divisions at Lakota West Freshman.

Enroll in one of the nine weekly summer sessions to get your child kindergarten ready. Participants will learn about basic safety skills and proper school etiquette, including:

  • Pedestrian and Bike Safety
  • Fire Safety
  • Proper Bus Safety and Behavior
  • Stranger Danger
  • School Safety Drills
  • PAX Behavior (self-management skills)
  • School Expectations

Classroom lessons are accompanied by hands on training that includes the use of pedal cars. At the end of the week, your child will earn a diploma in safety.
he five-day sessions are limited to 25 children each and held almost every week beginning May 23 through Aug. 1. Sign up for the morning (8-10 a.m.) or afternoon (noon - 2 p.m.) session.

Questions can be directed to Officer Gary Gabbard at or
(513) 544-4147 or Deputy Amanda Dixon at or (513) 200-6204.

Click here to view the schedule and sign up for Lakota Safety Village session for your incoming kindergartner.