summer break

FROM THE CHIEF'S CORNER: HAVE A SAFE GRADUATION

 

May 27, 2013 (San Diego) – Its graduation and summer break time once again; its celebration time! This can be expensive, however, cost is a minor concern for most parents when it comes to these events says Fire Chief Sam DiGiovanna. "Their biggest concern is the risky behavior associated with graduation events and school break parties – drinking and driving, distractions while driving, drugs, unsafe sex." Yes, it happens and it's critical that parents talk to their graduates about these dangers. Here are a few tips that can help keep your teen safe and make this time of year something they fondly remember:

1. Know who’s driving all evening: Are your kids or a friend driving, is there a designated driver, or will they be renting a limo?