Welcome to the FSC Community page!
FSC is committed to the families in our community! The board would like to schedule events that benefit the families in our community, and events that give the chance for families to get together outside of soccer.
If you would like to participate in organizing any events, or have any suggestions, please email FallsSoccerClub@aol.com
Thanks to all the coaches that attended the mandatory AED/CPR training held on 08/31/2012!
Your certification ensures we always have resources available at the soccer fields to help keep our kids safe!!!
FSC has teamed up with Safe Kids of PA
There will be some great educational training opportunities and benefits!
FSC CARES ABOUT THE KIDS IN OUR COMMUNITY!!
Lates Communications from Bucks County Safe Kids:
Now that the summer months are finally here, it is paramount that we continue to remind parents, caregivers, and communities to never leave a child alone in a car and to emphasize the importance of calling 911 when a child is found alone in a vehicle. That being said, we would also like to remind you, the coalitions, of another medium for spreading awareness of this issue, the Badge of Courage.
As you all know, the Badge of Courage is an award bestowed upon those in the community who have taken the initiative to report children that are left alone in vehicles. The Badge of Courage is meant to honor citizens who have taken actions to prevent children from succumbing to heat stroke as well as for the emergency responders who have taken extraordinary measures to remove trapped children from vehicles. For example, in April, a woman in Lawrenceville, Georgia was recognized for immediately calling 911 after spotting a child locked in a car and sending other bystanders to look for the child’s caregiver in nearby stores. The 911 operator and emergency responders were also recognized for their prompt response and efforts to ensure that the child was safely removed from the car and that the incident was fully investigated.
The Badge of Courage is an award that should be reserved for citizens in the community who have taken the steps to save a child’s life by calling 911 as well as first responders that have taken extraordinary steps to ensure that a child is safely removed from a car. By awarding those who have gone above and beyond, we can continue to keep this award special. If you have any questions about nominations, please do not hesitate to contact Alexis Kagiliery at firstname.lastname@example.org or Alyssa Hahn at email@example.com. Nominations can be submitted online at http://www.safekids.org/safety-basics/safety-guide/kids-in-and-around-cars/never-leave-your-child-alone-badge.html. Thank you for everything that you to keep kids safe!
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Please do not text and drive:
Family Fun Day at Double Eagle Golf!
FAMILY FUN DAY!!!!
At Double Eagle Golf (Was on 04/21/2012)
Thanks to all that came out! We hope you enjoyed the day!
The following link from Clorox has some good information and resources
What Parents and Coaches Need to Know
Was presented in Feb 2012 by the St. Mary Regional Trauma Center
Please email FallsSoccerClub@aol.com for information on concussions
U4-U7 Poison Education
Bucks County Safe Kids – Poison prevention education MARCH 31st, 2012 at 2:00pm
Poison prevention education can save lives! Approximately 60% of poisonings occurring in children 6 years old and under. Therefore, it’s important to teach this age group the basics in poison prevention. Although teaching parents is important, this program focuses on teaching the children themselves to follow very simple prevention techniques, as well as what to do if a poisoning occurs.
The program will run approximately 30 minutes and will be held on March 31st, 2012 at 2:00pm. The program will take place at the Falls Township Building (Across from Mealy's)
Outline of the program:
- Definitions and Concepts
- Song or Phrase memorization
- If Someone is poisoned
Please support the initiatives of Bucks County Safe Kids and FSC to provide educational opportunities such as these! Please email FallsSoccerClub@aol.com and register your child for the event by March 16th, 2012.