Programas do Servicios Municipals do Distrito de Broward

August 6, 2018
Recreational/Spiritual & Cultural Enrichment
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O Programa Walking School Bus do Broward Municipal Services District (BMSD) representa uma colaboração entre o BMSD e os parceiros da Healthy Community Zone, membros da comunidade, pais, elementary schools* e alunos. O programa é criado para oferecer uma rede de apoio aos alunos das elementary schools que vão para a escola a pé, seguindo o formato do programa WalkSafe da Universidade de Miami, que é um programa de segurança e prevenção para crianças desenvolvido para atuar diretamente com as escolas públicas para ensinar habilidades de segurança do pedestre para crianças do jardim da infância até a 5a série. Para comunidades mais seguras, mais saudáveis e mais vibrantes, o Programa Walking School Bus do BMSD é um mecanismo usado para propor rotas mais seguras e um sistema coordenado de voluntários registrados que ajudam a reduzir o nível do medo e da ansiedade associados a andar sozinho. Os voluntários podem se inscrever através dos parques da comunidade do BMSD e consultar a folha informativa do programa online em Broward.org/Parks sob Volunteer Projects(Projetos de Voluntários).Para mais informações sobreo Programa Walking School Bus do BMSD envie um e-mail para AskBMSD@broward.org. 

A Teen Community Emergency Response Team (C.E.R.T.) (Equipe de Resposta para Emergências na Comunidade de Adolescentes) do BMSD existe em função da necessidade de equipar adolescentes e jovens com as ferramentas necessárias para ajudá-los e também a família, os amigos e a comunidade a se recuperar após uma situação de emergência. As emergências são imprevisíveis e a melhor resposta é estar ciente e preparado. Trabalhando em estreita parceria com o Broward County Emergency Management Division (Departamento de Gerenciamento de Emergências do Condado de Broward) e com o Broward Sheriff’s Of ce Fire Rescue (Resgate em Incêndios do Departamento do Sheriff de Broward), os adolescentes aprenderão várias habilidades que incluem, entre outras, a conscientização situacional, RCP (ressuscitação cardiopulmonar) e primeiros socorros básicos, busca e resgate simples, e supressão de incêndio. Os participantes se engajam diretamente com profissionais do gerenciamento de emergência e socorristas aprendendo como ajudar a minimizar a perda e maximizar a segurança. Os programas C.E.R.T. operam sob a administração da Agência Federal de Gerenciamento de Emergências e oferecem desenvolvimento de habilidades e treinamento durante o ano todo para possibilitar que a comunidade tenha vizinhos treinados que ajudam outros a sobreviver e a se recuperar. Aumentando o número de indivíduos treinados que entendem como trabalhar de perto com socorristas profissionais, nós aperfeiçoamos a força de nossa comunidade. O BMSD está ativamente recrutando voluntários adultos e adolescentes para a C.E.R.T. Os adolescentes se reúnem atualmente nas 4as quartas-feiras, das 18 às 20 horas nos parques da comunidade do BMSD. Os formulários de inscrição para os voluntários da CERT do BMSD estão disponíveis online em www.broward.org/Emergency/Documents/ BMSD-CERT-Volunteer-Application.pdf. Para mais informações sobre a Florida CERT Association acesse www. acertassociation.org/what-is-cert. www.broward.org/Emergency/Documents/ BMSD-CERT-Volunteer-Application.pdf

Para mais informações sobre o Programa Teen CERT do BMSD envie um e-mail para AskBMSD@broward.org.

Inscrições para o Programa Walking School Bus e Teen CERT do BMSD 

*Elementary School – Geralmente do jardim da infância (kindergarten) até a 5a série do Ensino Fundamental 

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