Activities Beyond the Classroom (ABC) has partnered with Cincinnati Public Schools, the Cincinnati Police Department, and local volunteers to offer 4th through 6th grade students an opportunity to develop their leadership skills
Student monitors work to ensure safety in and around the school. Monitors are assigned designated stations, where they patrol before and after school, and also during lunch. These stations include inside the lunchroom, the hallways, and school entrances. Each year, student monitors receive recognition in a special ceremony for their achievement and dedication to school safety. Additionally, they can receive promotions throughout the school year for exemplary performance and service.
The ABC Safety Patrol Program is designed to build character and leadership skills amongst 4th through 6th grade students. This program teaches critical thinking skills to the children involved. By empowering students with a sense of responsibility, they are better equipped to make decisions that will lead them to a life of good citizenship.
During the 2019-2020 school year, the Safety Patrol Program was offered at 29 different elementary schools throughout the Cincinnati Public School district. To find out more information about this amazing program, or to see how you can get involved, contact us by phone at (513) 281-9870, or by email email@example.com