Red Ribbon Week
Red ribbon Week is October 26rh-30th
Posted on 10/22/2015
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Respect Yourself: Be Drug Free

It Never Goes Out of Style!

Monday 10/26: You Can’t Touch This!  Drugs can’t touch us!   Students may wear attire from the 1990’s.  (Examples: backwards baseball cap, beanie, plaid shirt, flannel shirt, denim jeans)  Start a conversation with your child about the dangers of drugs.


Tuesday 10/27: Our Future’s So Bright, We Gotta Wear Shades!  Students may wear attire from the 1980’s.  (Examples: brightly colored/neon clothing, sunglasses, layered polo shirts, teased hair)  Talk to your child about how prescription drugs and/or over the counter medicines may be  misused, too.


Wednesday 10/28: We’re Takin’ Care of Business Because We Are Drug Free!  Students may wear attire from the 1970’s.  (Examples: Tie dyed items)  Discuss how peer   pressure factors in to decision making.  


Thursday 10/29:  Respect Yourself: Be Drug Free!  Students will create a poster or sign displaying a drug free message/slogan to carry around.  Students may also dress in 1960’s attire.  (Examples:  tube socks or colorful/crazy socks, floral items, bell bottom pants.)  Equip your child with strategies and/or ways to say no! 


Friday10/30: Be Bop A Lu La, Drugs Just Aren’t My Bag!  Students may wear attire from the 1950’s.  (Examples: bobby socks, rolled up jeans, white t-shirt, hair ribbons)  Let your child know how you proud you are of them for making the decision to lead a drug free life!


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