October is full of activities stressing respect for yourself and the law by staying drug-free. We celebrate our stand against drugs school-wide by celebrating Red Ribbon Week each year. This school year, we will observe Red Ribbon Week October 23rd – 31st. Our theme is “Respect Yourself – Be Drug Free.” Students are encouraged to dress up according to the day’s theme.
Monday, October 26: Faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to “Wake Up and Say No to Drugs,” by wearing their pajamas, robes and/or slippers. Don’t forget, that sometimes we have CRAZY HAIR when we wake up, so be sure to show how crazy your hair can get!
Tuesday, October 27: Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to “Be a Drug Free Superhero,” by wearing your favorite superhero shirt/outfit/cape or be creative and create your own superhero.
Wednesday, October 28: Faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to “Peace out to Drugs,” by wearing a tie-dye shirt, bright colors, or dressing like a hippie.
Thursday, October 29: Faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to say “Team Up Against Drugs” by wearing your favorite team jersey/shirt/hat
Friday, October 30: Faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to “Be All That You Can Be By Being Drug Free,” by wearing Camouflage and/or military.