Snohomish Regional Fire & Rescue

School Education Programs for PreSchool & Kindergarten

Impact Teen Driving

The Impact Teen Driver program focuses on teaching teenagers and new drivers about the impact distracted or impaired driving can have on them. The lesson is a 50-55 minute presentation given by firefighters demonstrating the rippling effects it can have on the student, their family, and friends.

One of Snohomish Regional Fire & Rescue's goals is to educate our citizens on prevention so we can create safer communities. Partnering with the high schools in our district helps us reach a large majority of new drivers, which in turn helps us create safer roads for everyone. If you would like to schedule a visit from Snohomish Regional Fire & Rescue to your classroom please fill out the online request form and you will be contacted by our Public Education Department. If you are not with a school but would still like this information presented to a group please fill out the online request form. For scheduling purposes, please submit your request for a visit at least 3 weeks in advance.

Public Information & Education Officer:

Kaitlin King

Office: 360-794-7666

Email: CommunityRelations@SRFR.org

Virtual Hands Only CPR for High School

Snohomish Regional Fire & Rescue also provides resources for teachers to teach Hands Only or Certified CPR Classes.

Public Information & Education Officer:

Kaitlin King

Office: 360-794-7666

Email: CommunityRelations@SRFR.org

If you are homeschooling, check out this home education lesson geared towards students in High School.