Spartanburg police & firefighters launch 'High-Five Fridays' pro - FOX Carolina 21

Spartanburg police & firefighters launch 'High-Five Fridays' program

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Police and firefighters greet students at Carver Junior High (FOX Carolina/ Feb. 9, 2018) Police and firefighters greet students at Carver Junior High (FOX Carolina/ Feb. 9, 2018)
SPARTANBURG, SC (FOX Carolina) -

The Spartanburg Police Department and Spartanburg Fire Department launched a new program to interact and build relationships with kids in the community on Friday.

It’s called "High-Five Fridays.”

Police said that on every Friday mornings or afternoon, officers and firefighters will visit schools for about half an hour to greet arriving and departing students with a "high-five".

The first High-Five Friday was held at Carver Junior High. Both police and school officials said the inaugural event was a success and they are looking forward to befriending and interacting with more children around the city.

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