Fire Safety Award

Albion Central School’s Angie Wolfe has been recognized by the Albion Fire Department for her dedication to Fire Safety Week at Ronald L. Sodoma Elementary School.

On Monday, Dec. 11, Albion Fire Department’s Fire Chief Jeremy Graham, Second Lieutenant Fred Piano, and former Fire Chief Robert Conner presented Wolf with the Friend of Fire Prevention Award for her dedication to keeping our students and their families safe.

As a kindergarten intervention teacher, Wolfe feels that it is important for students to be introduced to these skills beginning at a young age. 

“I feel like this [the program] is very important thing that we need to cover with our students because really it could happen at any time,” Wolfe said. “I really appreciate these guys and what they do, we’ve got it [the program] down to a science.”

According to Second Lieutenant Piano, he has been working on this program with Angie for the last decade.

“I’ve been helping with this Fire Prevention program for at least 10 years and she’s always been all in,” Piano said. “[Angie] does a great job and really puts a lot into it.”

Fire Safety/ Fire Prevention Week is observed each year during the week of Oct. 9 to commemorate the devastation of the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. During this week, firefighters partner with schools to help provide our youngest students with the tools they need to stay safe. For more information on fire prevention and fire safety, please visit The National Fire Protection Association website, here.