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Emergency Information

In the Event of an Emergency

The following SchoolMessenger call went home today to the parents of Walnut Elementary Education students: This is a call from Turlock Unified School District.  We are calling to inform you of an alleged incident that occurred around 12:15 p.m. near the intersection of N. Walnut Ave and W. Springer Drive on Thursday, November 16th.  The following information was reported to the Turlock Police Department: Two students were offered a ride by an elderly, thin Caucasian male driving a four-door gold Lexus sedan who claimed he had been sent by their parent to pick them up.  Both students are safe.  At this time we have received no additional reports of similar activity near TUSD schools.  However, we would like to take this time to remind parents to have a conversation with their student or students about not talking to strangers and avoiding walking alone.  If approached by a stranger, encourage students not to panic and to run to a safe location to report the incident.