An incident that took place in the northeastern part of Calgary on Thursday afternoon is currently under investigation by the Calgary police.
On Thursday, staff members at Stanley Jones School took the initiative to send a letter to the families of their students, alerting them to the situation. The letter mentioned that during the lunch hour, two separate groups of students were walking towards the school on Edmonton Trail when they were approached by a vehicle.
According to the students, the individual inside the vehicle was allegedly taking photos of them, prompting concerns and raising alarm. Immediately upon their return to the school, the students reported the incident to the appropriate school authorities. Assistant principal Anna Johnston addressed the issue in the letter, assuring families that the students are safe.
In the letter, Johnston emphasized the importance of sharing the information about the incident, expressing the collective responsibility to ensure the safety of all students. The incident involved students from Alice Jamieson All Girls’ Academy, an alternative program operated within Stanley Jones School.
Calgary police are actively investigating the matter and urge any students or parents who witness any suspicious activities or individuals to contact 911 immediately to report the incident to the police.