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Menlo Park school district warns of strangers approaching students en route to school

Original post made on May 3, 2021

As students return to classrooms more regularly, Menlo Park City School District officials are warning families about an uptick in people behaving suspiciously toward children headed to school.

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Posted by Mentos
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on May 3, 2021 at 6:23 pm

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MPCSD will host parent information workshops in partnership with ParentPower to help you talk to your children about staying safe. In the sessions, you will learn how to protect and empower young people with skills to help them be safe from bullying, abuse, and other harm - as well as to help them have safe, healthy relationships of all kinds. Any MPCSD parent may attend any of the sessions. A flyer for these sessions is attached. ParentPower is part of KidPower, the MPPD-recommended organization that provides parents and schools with a curriculum for teaching students about stranger safety.

ParentPower Live Online Workshops: Strategies to Protect, Prepare & Empower Kids

May 4, 6-7 p.m. in SPANISH, presented by Encinal

May 4, 6-7 p.m. in ENGLISH, presented by Oak Knoll

May 13, 6-7 p.m. in ENGLISH, presented by Laurel

Please check you ParentSquared account for more infomation

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