The Monroe Fire Department actively participates in the education of local children in fire safety. Each year we provide a demonstration for local school children of the various aspects of firefighting, such as fire suppression, rescue, rappelling, and an accelerant-sniffing dog. This demonstration is conducted during Fire Prevention Week each year in October and is held at our training grounds at 300 Forrest Avenue in Monroe.
We also can visit schools and youth centers and teach and demonstrate fire safety principles on site. We believe interaction between children and firefighters is important to establish trust and comfort with firefighters who may be called to help neighborhood children in a fire, accident, or illness. We welcome classroom field trips at our fire stations as well. Educational materials and gifts are available as hand-outs and teaching aids for your class. Contact our administration during business hours at (318)329-2474 for more information.
Please browse and use the materials on this site to raise awareness and educate your children about fire safety.
Here is a link for kids to enjoy games and activities.
Here is a coloring book that can be downloaded and printed to use as a fun activity while teaching fire safety in the home.
Fire Safety Coloring Book (PDF)
Teachers and Parents: Here's a Junior Fire Marshall certificate you can print and give to your children after they've learned about fire safety.
Junior Fire Marshall Certificate (PDF)