We've been discussing Stranger Danger in our Lil' Dragons classes throughout October. It's important for all parents to discuss stranger safety and awareness with their children and not take for granted that they may already know what to do. Please read the short article below to start a conversation with your child.
Stranger Danger — The potential risk by unknown people. Who do you think is considered a stranger? Is it someone who is dressed in really nice clothes? Is it possibly someone who is not dressed in nice clothes? Regardless of what the person looks like, a stranger is anyone you do not know. Stranger Danger is something that should be taken very seriously and protecting ourselves from strangers is important. How can you make sure you are exercising good stranger danger
skills? Student, talk with your parents, teachers, coaches and mentors about specific things you can do to make sure you are safe. There may be plans in place, at your organizations, that will help you stay protected at all times. If so, make sure you know the rules and when to put them in action. Remember, strangers do not look a certain way and your
safety should always be a top priority.
The colors used in the Mi Guk Kwan belt ranking system signify “Growth in Knowledge”. The belt colors are the same colors used in the Mi Guk Kwan flag and patch. Study the meaning of each belt color and you will better understand and enjoy the feeling of growth as you progress in rank.
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