Edison International Sponsored National Theater for Children’s ‘A Bug’s Light!’
With the help of Sparky the Wonder Bug and Adam the Workaholic Ant, school kids learned about electrical safety in an interactive play.
The Nat ional Theater for Children, partnered with Edison International to present “A Bug’s Light!” play at Juanita Blakely Jones Elementary School.
“This hol iday season and throughout the rest of the year, Southern California Edison wants everyone to stay safe,” said Henry Martinez, SCE’s vice president of Safety, Security & Compliance.
“These school children learned about basic electrical safety, which they can take home and share with their families.”
Through this live performance by professional actors, school kids were educated on how to play it safe around electricity, specifically how electricity is made, the uses of electricity, identifying dangerous electrical si tuations and ways to stay safe around electricity, especially around downed power lines. The interactive play taught children about safety both inside and outside the home.
Following the play, the kids received a workbook reinforcing the key safety messages.
The “A Bug’s Light!” interactive play was partially funded by an Edison International grant of $5,000. Recognizing the importance of arts education, the company incorporated arts in its grant program focusing on science, technology, engineering and math.
SCE wants to remind children and their families to stay safe this holiday season with a few helpful safety tips:
• Water and electricity don’t mix. Keep electrical cords away from moisture, particularly tree stands filled with water.
• Change bulbs only when the lights are unplugged.
• Plug no more than three strands of lights into each electrical cord or outlet.
• Never use lighted candles on or near holiday trees or decorations.
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