Parents in Conway Springs are talking to their kids about stranger danger.
Clay Murphy, the superintendent for city schools, says a man exposed himself to two elementary-aged girls on Labor Day.
Now, he's asking parents to look out.
Murphy has two sons at home but when he's in his office that number jumps to more than 500.
"I always tell parents I never try to take their place, but when they're (the students) here, they're mine."
Murphy says as superintendent, it's his job to keep every student safe.
"We feel like especially in a small town it's our job to protect them, it's our duty."
On Labor Day, Conway Springs police say two elementary-age girls were skateboarding near Main Street, when they say a man drove up, asked for directions then exposed himself.
"These are their tender years. For any child to have to go through that is wrong."
Even though the incident happened off school grounds, on a holiday weekend, Murphy says he wanted every parent in this small community to be aware.
"I'm very happy because I wouldn't have known otherwise. Because I don't know the girls or their parents. So unless somebody came to me or into my salon I'd never known."
The case is now in the hands of the Sumner County Sheriff's Office.
The suspect in this case is described as a 30- to 35-year-old man. He's balding with scruffy facial hair. The vehicle is described as a gold or tan four-door sedan.
Anyone who may have seen him, is asked to call the Sumner County Sheriff's Office or the Conway Springs Police Department.