The 2019 Robert Howe Fire Safety Calendar Project
This years Calendar project is already underway as the National Fire Prevention Week is the week of October 7th through October 13th.
Annual Fire Safety Calendar and Poster Contest.
The program is a yearly program that features the art work of 3rd grade students from around the State. The program is an annual event that produces a calendar featuring the art work of 3rd grade students from around the State. The program provides a focused learning experience when children prepare fire prevention posters for each month of the calendar.
Calendars are printed with donations from a group of dedicated sponsors who believe fire safety education reduces fire related injuries and deaths and believes education starts with educating one of our most vulnerable age groups.
If you would like to help sponsor the project and have your name, company or organization represented on the calendar you can find more information on that by reading the appropriate link below.
In the 27 years of the program over 495,000 fire safety calendars have been given to elementary school children delivering daily fire safety messages and bestowing reminders to thousands of families across the State. The calendar project is primarily funded by donations from sponsors and Vermont’s emergency service groups.
Posters Selected for the 27th Annual
Vermont Fire Safety Calendar
Jaran Griffin Cover Bristol Elementary School
Reese Kihm January Bristol Elementary School
Evelyn Lorentz February Orchard School
Catherine Jiang March Rick Marcotte Central School
Aidan Patterson April Barre Town Elementary School
Zofia Willis May Barre Town Elementary School
Willa Lathrop June Bristol Elementary School
Emilee George July Molly Stark School
Sophie Hopkins August Marion Cross School
Olivia Charles September Fair Haven Grade School
Amelia Collins October Rick Marcotte Central School
Josie Bahny November Monument Elementary School
Gemma Lyles December Bristol Elementary School
Downloads and Resources
Calendars are printed in December and distributed to schools throughout the State in January.