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Kindergarteners check out Cedar Springs

Kids had the chance to spray a fire hose during a visit to the fire department last week.

Kids had the chance to spray a fire hose during a visit to the fire department last week.

On June 1, Mrs. Bellamy and Mrs. Shoffner’s kindergarten classes made social studies come alive with a community walk.

First, students stopped by the police department, where Kent County Sheriff’s talked about safe adults and calling 911 for help. Next, the kindergartners stopped by the U.S. Post Office, where they mailed a persuasive letter home to their parents. Then both classes were escorted to the fire station, where they learned about a firefighter’s job and fire safety tips, followed by each kindergartner spraying the fire hose! The next stop brought the kids to the library where they learned about the summer reading program and enjoyed a good story. And lastly, students ended the community walk with pizza in the park.

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