Congratulations to 5th grade student, Rohan Patil, whose Fire Safety Week essay was selected as the 2nd place winner in the Mill Creek Fire Company essay contest. Independence 5th graders participated in the contest and each homeroom submitted their top three essays for consideration.
Emily Sandin, first-place winner of Shelton’s sixth grade fire prevention essay contest, at the awards ceremony with, from left, Mayor Mark Lauretti, Shelton Assistant Fire Chief Ted Pisciotta, city Fire Marshal James Tortora, and Shelton Fire Chief Fran Jones.
Fire Safety Essay Contest - Cherokee County School District
Lauren Dailey, a fifth-grader at Fred W. Hill School, took first place in the 5th and 6th grade category of the Monroe County Volunteer Firemen's Association Fire Prevention Essay Contest.