Safety Town

Save the Date for Safety Town 2021 

The Richfield and Bath communities have combined their Safety Town Programs to create Revere Safety Town 2021.  Revere Safety Town will be held July 12 - 16 and July 19 - 23, at Richfield Elementary School.  

The program is open to all incoming Kindergarten and current Kindergarten students that did not get to attend last year due to COVID, that reside in the Revere Communities.

There will be four sessions this year:

Kindergarten AM Sessions:First Grade PM Sessions:
July 12-16th, 9 am - 12 noonJuly 12-16th, 1 pm - 4 pm
July 19-23rd, 9 am - 12 noonJuly 19-23rd, 1 pm - 4 pm

*** We will try to accommodate any scheduling/sibling concerns***

Applications for Safety Town will be available starting Monday April 19th, 2021 at all Revere Local Schools main offices and Richfield and Bath Police departments -OR- Download here.

Completed applications need to be turned in by June 4th, 2021.

If there are any questions please contact Scott Dressler Richfield Police/SRO Revere Schools at .

Safety Town Topics

We are looking to fill student volunteer openings.  If your child is going into middle school or is in high school and is interested in helping out, please have them fill out a volunteer application. 

Link to Volunteer Form                                                               Student Volunteer Rules

The Village of Richfield is offering a program designed to teach your child valuable safety rules before he or she enters kindergarten.  The program is limited to children going into kindergarten in the 2020-2021 school year.  Revere Safety Town teaches lessons that include:
  • 911 instruction
  • Address and telephone number drills
  • Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate (ALICE) Training (minimal preparation for a school intruder)
  • Animal safety
  • Basic first aid
  • Daily hygiene
  • Fire and tornado drill safety
  • Fireworks and burn safety
  • Good touch-bad touch awareness
  • Gun safety
  • Pedestrian and traffic safety
  • School bus safety
  • Self-defense
  • Stranger identification and safety
  • Water safety


Classes are taught by police and fire experts, and elementary school teacher, health care professionals and dedicated, supervised student volunteers.