Minot Fire Department Teaches Home Schooled Students Fire Safety

May 24, 2016



The City of Minot Fire Department is expanding fire safety education to home schooled students. Fire
safety training with students has been a long standing tradition for City of Minot firefighters.

On Tuesday, May 24th, some of the city’s bravest and brightest firefighters are extending their safety knowledge beyond the traditional classroom.

“This is a chance for us to make sure that every young student is ready if the time comes to act swiftly
and correctly if a fire ignites.” said City of Minot Fire Chief, Kelli Flermoen. “Just because a student isn’t in a school building doesn't mean they shouldn’t be properly informed of fire safety.”

The fire safety course will begin later this morning at 10am at the Fire Safety Grounds on the Highway
2/52 by-pass near the MAYSA Arena and conclude at 4pm. Firefighters will go over basic techniques,
like “stop, drop and roll” as well as preventative measures.

“In some cases, these students need this information more because their school environment isn’t as
equipped as most traditional public and private educational facilities” adds Chief Flermoen.

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