TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -
The second annual 'Back to School' health and safety fair, hosted by the Tucson Police Foundation, is happening on July 26, according to a recent release.
The health and safety fair will be held at Park Place Center Court from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on July 26. Students from kindergarten to 12th grade are welcome to attend this event.
UAMC and Diamond Children's Center are providing pediatric health information, as well as services. Also on hand will be Tucson Police officers from Internet Crimes, START, SWAT, K9, Bicycle and Motorcycle units. Arizona Oncology will be there to provide sun and skin care safety items.
The Tucson Police Officers Association will provide free fingerprinting as well for school age kids. Children's Advocacy Center will also discuss safe zones and much more.
Free school supplies will also be provided, while supplies last.
The purpose of this fair is to assist parents as they prepare to send their children back to school.
"We are so grateful for all of our sponsors including the University of Arizona Medical Center and the Diamond Children's Centers support in our efforts to encourage kids to return to school both with safety and health in mind," said Bonnie Faircloth, Executive Director of the Tucson Police Foundation.