Red Ribbon Week

Red Ribbon Week affords our students the opportunity to unite and take a visible stand against drugs. The tradition of displaying Red Ribbons as a symbol of intolerance towards the use of drugs was instituted in 1985. This mission continues today as we continue to work towards the creation of a DRUG-FREE AMERICA!

We will be participating in “Theme Days” in an effort to get students involved and excited about living a drug-free life. Through fun activities and creative approaches to anti-drug education, Red Ribbon Week participants promote positive choices, good character, and a healthy lifestyle for children of every age. Our theme days are as follows:

MONDAY October 22nd
THEME: “COLOR ME DRUG FREE”– Students are permitted to wear sweat or athletic pants along with their favorite colored shirt. No leggings or yoga pants.
TUESDAY October 23rd
THEME: “REAL HEROES DON’T DO DRUGS”–Students will show their pride in being drug free by wearing any camo shirts and/or pants (pink, green, gray, orange, black) or dark green shirt if they do not have a camo shirt. LEGGINGS, JEGGINGS, TIGHT FITTING PANTS OF ANY KIND OR JEANS WITH ANY RIPS- BIG OR SMALL ARE NOT PERMITTED. Jeans, camo pants, and loose athletic pants are permissible.
WEDNESDAY October 24th
THEME: “I PLEDGE TO BE DRUG FREE”– students will show their pride in being drug free by wearing red, white, or blue colored clothing. LEGGINGS, JEGGINGS, TIGHTFITTING PANTS OF ANY KIND, OR JEANS WITH ANY RIPS – BIG OR SMALL ARE NOT PERMITTED. Loose fitting athletic pants are also permissible.
THURSDAY October 25th
THEME: “GIVE DRUGS A FRIGHT”– students are to dress down in clothing that will make dressing up in their costume for the Halloween Grand March @ 12:30 PM as easy as possible. This theme is to remind students that drugs are scary and never an option. REMINDER: PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOUR CHILD’S ATTIRE IS APPROPRIATE, THEREFORE, NO JEGGINGS, TIGHT FITTING PANTS OR JEANS WITH RIPS-BIG OR SMALL MAY BE WORN. Leggings can be worn IF their shirt is mid-thigh in length. Teachers will be sharing additional details about their classroom Halloween celebrations next week.
We hope to make our students aware that a healthy and drug-free future is available to each one of them. We want our students to join others across the country by impressing upon them that it is important to “RESPECT YOURSELF. BE DRUG FREE.”