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Life Safety Park

Classes & Training


​Current Class Offerings

For group training requests, please scroll down. 

​Free classes over spring break

Looking for something to do with the kiddos over CISD Spring Break? Kids anxious to get out of the house while you're spring cleaning? Shuttle them over to Life Safety Park and attend one of FREE safety classes, available to children in Pre-K through 9th grade. Registration opens Friday, February 1st. Click the flyer below for more info or to register.

​Life Safety Study Trips

We coordinate with school districts, homeschools, private schools, and other organizations to schedule FREE “Study Trips.” These unique expeditions outside of the traditional classroom give students the opportunity to learn life safety lessons in a specialized, hands-on environment. If you are a teacher and would like to have your students visit Life Safety Park, find more information about registering by clicking the link under your class grade level. If you are a parent and would like your child to visit Life Safety Park during the school year, please talk to your child's teacher about what Life Safety Park has to offer! Specific curriculum is set for each grade level:
KINDERGARTEN - Basic Emergency Safety

​Students in this class will learn about Stop, Drop, and Roll, calling 9-1-1, and recognizing firefighters as community helpers, with hands-on time with their gear. After learning some basic traffic laws, students will also get time to drive jeeps and practice safe pedestrian skills out on Safety Town.

Click here to view class calendar and register
1ST GRADE - Motor Vechile & Pedestrian Safety ​

​Students in this class will learn about motor vehicle and pedestrian safety, including proper seat belt wear, booster seat requirements, and basic traffic laws. They will visit with a Coppell Firefighter and learn about his/her role as a community helper. Students will then be given time to drive jeeps and practice pedestrians skills around Safety Town.

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2ND GRADE - Jr. Fire Academy: Fire & Burn Prevention ​

​Students in this class will get put through the rigor of a junior firefighter academy. These kids will learn about the importance of working smoke alarms, having a family fire escape plan, learning how to work a fire extinguisher, and speak with real-life firefighters about their roles as community helpers. Class will be capped with a fun jr. firefighter activity!

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3RD GRADE - Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety

​Students in this class will learn about bicycle and pedestrian safety skills, including proper helmet wear, bike riding safety and etiquette, and safe pedestrian crossing skills. They will then put those learned skills to the test with bike time out on Safety Town.

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4TH GRADE - Severe Weather & Emergency Preparedness ​

​Students in this class will learn about emergency preparedness, specifically for severe weather threats here in North Texas. Students will learn the difference between a 'watch' and a 'warning,' practice making their own emergency supply kits, and go through a realistic tornado drill.

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​5TH GRADE - General Home & Life Safety ​

​Students in this class will learn basic home and life skills. They will learn about the importance of smoke alarms and family fire exit plans. Around the kitchen, students will explore home fire dangers and hazards, as well as learn safe cooking habits. Students will learn how to operate a fire extinguisher.

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​6TH - 8TH GRADE - Crash Course: Advanced Home & Life Safety

​Students in this class will learn and practice some basic first aid skills, including bleed control, recognizing burns, bites, and stings, and performing CPR. They will also learn how to operate a fire extinguisher.

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​9TH - 12TH GRADE - College Safety 101 ​

​Students in this class will learn essential life safety skills, including drug & alcohol awareness, dorm and residential fire safety, personal health & wellness, and even identity theft. Basic life saving skills will also be covered, including CPR-AED performance, and severe bleed control.

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​Joint LSP/BEC Study Trips

Life Safety Park and Biodiversity Education Center are proud to again offer free joint field trip opportunities for larger groups (up to 120 students) within Coppell ISD! While one group of up to 60 students visits Life Safety Park for a two hour session, another group of 60 students will participate in Biodiversity Education Center programming at the same time. After a break for lunch, groups will then 'switch' facilities for the afternoon session. Please note that these are two separate facilities: transportation will be required between sites.

Your visit to the LSP will include an educational safety lesson, with topic determined by grade level (see outline above), as well as hands-on time relevant to the safety topic. Your visit to the BEC will include a naturalist education program, hike, and game of your choice. More class details can be found by visiting the online registration page, here

​CPR-AED Courses

CPR classes are held once a month at the Life Safety Park. Please note that this class does not provide the certification needed for some professions​. This class fills up fast! To register, please click here​ and search for CPR.


​Boy Scout | Girl Scout Courses

Life Safety Park offers courses that cover frequently requested boy and girl scout requirements (such as first aid, meeting a first responder, and disaster preparedness). This offering will occur based on demand, and some scout groups may be combined with other similarly aged groups requesting the same course topic. Classes will be approximately one hour to an hour and a half in length, and are capped at 25 students per session (some exceptions apply, call for details). If you are interested in requesting a scouting visit, please complete the Scout Safety Training Request Form and a Life Safety Park staff member will follow up with your submission.

​Training Requests

If you are a local business, corporation, or other community organization (for scouting requests, please scroll up) in Coppell needing to fulfill certain life safety training requirements, Coppell Fire Department and Life Safety Park offers training on most needed courses. Trainings are offered Monday thru Friday, 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM. Offered courses include: 
  • CPR-AED: CPR basics for infants, children, and adults; AED operation and use; how to handle sudden cardiac arrest or choking victims.
                   Ideal Attendance5 - 10               Max Attendance20
  • First Aid: Treatment and handling of minor cuts, bruises, burns, stings, and other wounds; splinting; bleed control.
                   Ideal Attendance5 - 10               Max Attendance25
  • Fire Extinguisher: Types of fire extinguishers and their uses; basic fire science; fire extinguisher operation; basic inspection procedures.
                   Ideal Attendance5 - 10               Max Attendance25

 Note: Reservations must be placed at least two weeks (10 business days) and not more than three months in advance of your requested date.

If the above need applies to you, please follow this link to a Life Safety Training Request form, and a Fire Department or Life Safety Park staff member will follow up with your submission within one business week.​

​Volunteer Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with the City of Coppell! Life Safety Park is currently restructuring its volunteer management system in an effort to make it easier for potential volunteers to get connected with available opportunities, both at Life Safety Park and city-wide! Please check back soon for updates and available opportunities.
Life Safety Park
820 S. Coppell Rd.
Coppell, TX 75019​
O: 972-462-5373​​
Weather Underground PWS KTXCOPPE59 

To report an emergency situation call 9-1-1.

For non-emergency requests, call non-emergency dis​p​atch at 972-304-3610.​​