Welcome to Safety Town

  • Register for Safety Town 2020 beginning February 11

    Practice getting on the bus.

    Safety Town 2020 at WINES Elementary School, 1701 Newport Rd

    For incoming Young 5’s, Kindergarteners and First Graders, Safety Town is one of Rec & Ed’s most popular summer educational programs. Your child learns safety awareness in a fun and engaging way using a child-sized mock Ann Arbor “town” explored on tricycles at Wines Elementary School.

    Safety Town is the perfect camp to help your child learn the difference between safe and unsafe situations. We include bike, car and fire safety, riding a school bus and being a safe pedestrian. We invite many guest presenters too including AAPS's Buster the Talking School Bus! All participants receive a free t-shirt and bike safety helmet.

    Each Safety Town session meets for 3 hours every morning from 8:45am to 11:45am for 1 week. NEW START TIME See below for exact dates. We also have extended care for working families that begins at 7:30am and goes to 5:30pm.

    Safety Town is even more fun with fall 2020 classmates! We try to place children with others attending the same school. This gives them a chance to meet other student they'll be seeing in the fall. We make an effort to place students with friends as well so be sure to let us know with a special request.

    Once enrolled, please check out additional forms you may need for your child These are found at Safety Town Forms. You may return them as early as you want. Thank you!

    Be sure to send your child with a mid-morning snack of fruits/veggies, a water bottle and a change of clothing, just in case.

    Safety Town Morning Sessions 2020 click on the dates to go right to registration

    Need Full Day Care during your Safety Town week? The dates are exactly the same.
    Sign up for Full Day Camp (7:30am - 5:30pm) HERE
    • Registration now includes all permissions and waivers.
    • All participants receive a t-shirt and a new bike helmet carefully fitted by experts. Helmets are funded in part by Ann Arbor Bicycle Touring Society (AABTS)