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Schools take lead in educating on child safety following Ridgeway case, local worries

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By Crystal Nelson

BRIGHTON — Officials at Brighton 27J Schools are asking parents to remain vigilant in looking out for their children following an incident Oct. 23 where a man asked a student to get into his car.
    District spokesman Kevin Denke said the events of the past several weeks have been important reminders of the need to always look out for the safety of our children. He said the safety of the students “is our utmost priority as a school district” although protecting the district’s children is a shared responsibility.


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