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Should You Talk to Stranger’s. By, Sandra L. Levingston. Should You Talk to Stranger’s. Yes No . Should You Talk To Stranger’s?. If “No” You are protecting yourself from potential harm and future danger by practicing safe habits.

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Should you talk to stranger s

Should You Talk to Stranger’s

By, Sandra L. Levingston



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Should You Talk To Stranger’s?

  • If “No” You are protecting yourself from potential harm and future

    danger by practicing safe habits.

  • Be alert and attentive at all times

  • Be ready to dial 911

  • Listening to parents & teachers

    When giving safety advice.

  • Take different routes to and from

    school occasionally.



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Should You Talk To Stranger’s

  • If “Yes” you are putting yourself at risk to serious DANGER.

  • Whether online or Walking home from school.

  • Speaking to strangers is not safe.

  • Don’t keep anything private that should be brought to you’re parents,

    Teachers or peers attention that needs to be addressed.

  • Being Independent comes with responsibility.


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Should You Talk To Stranger’s

  • The safety of our children’s lives depends on our resources to stay actively involved in our children’s education and within our community.


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