Children and families not only need tools and resources to survive…but to thrive! So on March 30, Olive Crest in the Inland and Desert Communities had the pleasure of hosting their first ever Health and Safety Day at Perris High School. This event was open to all Olive Crest families, and each age group went through a series of three health and safety classes.
Families learned about anything ranging from Internet safety (with a district attorney) to meal prepping. Instructors included the Riverside Chief of Police and their therapy dog, the Riverside Fire Chief, and wonderful staff from Kaiser Permanente. And more than 130 children and families left with a bag of groceries and smiles on their faces.
This day proved to be very valuable for all of our families and kiddos. Thank you to everyone who helped make it possible!