All assistant staff will help teachers and Safety Town coordinators as needed to guide campers through a set daily schedule of presentations provided by community safety experts including police officers, firefighters, water safety specialists, and more. Assistant staff will also help to ensure that the daily plans and COVID-19 safety protocol are carried out each day.
Safety town teachers and assistant staff leverage their engaging personality, experience working with children, and passion for the subject matter to get kids excited about camp.
A great Safety Town assistant is ready to provide additional support to Safety Town teachers and coordinators, throughout each day, in a variety of ways as needed.
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