The humorous, high-energy electrical safety program we bring to schools has been a hit with children for years.

And the program has reached quite a milestone. More than 100,000 children have seen theater performances since 2015!

We reached the 100,000 mark with our “Agents of Safety” show, which was performed at 30 schools, for over 9,000 students between Oct. 29 and Dec. 1. The plays, typically performed live in school auditoriums and gymnasiums, were done via livestream this fall due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

We team up with The National Theatre for Children to offer this free and engaging show at schools across our territory. The performance teaches youngsters about how electricity is made and used. It also helps them identify and avoid dangerous electrical situations.

“This program has become a real staple of our efforts to educate the public about what they can do to stay safe around electricity,” said Mark Santayana, public safety manager. “Our hope is that every one of these 100,000 children take the lessons they learn and share them with their families, friends and relatives to help keep them safe as well.”

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