We provide a variety of fire safety educational classes including:

  • The Fireman's your friend (Preschool, K - 1st grade)
  • Exit drills in the home (2nd grade)
  • Smokehouse (3rd - 4th grade)
  • Hunt for home hazards (5th grade)
  • Natural History Days fire ecology study (6th grade)
  • Fire Station Tours (ages 6 and up)
  • Fire prevention in the home (adults, all ages)
  • Fire safety for seniors
  • Fire extinguishers at work

Fire Extinguishers:
Before fighting a fire, be sure that...

  • The fire is small enough to be controlled by the extinguisher
  • You have been trained to operate the extinguisher
  • Everyone is leaving the building and someone has sounded the alarm or called 911
  • You have a clear escape route in case the fire gets worse
  • You know what is burning and you have the right extinguisher for the job

Class A: Fires involve ordinary combustibles, such as wood, cloth, and paper

Class B: Fires involve flammable liquids, such as gasoline, oil, paints, and solvents

Class C: Fires involve energized electrical equipment, such motors, power tools, and computers

Class D: Fires involve combustible metals, such as magnesium and sodium

Class K: Fires involve cooking oils, such as used in deep fat frying

To schedule a live fire extinguisher training, contact the district training officer here

For additional information, see NFPA Website here