Red Ribbon Week is an important program that provides us with the opportunity to educate students regarding the dangers of substance abuse, both legal and illegal, and the damage they can cause in their lives, and to the lives of their families and friends.
Children of parents who talk to their teens regularly about drugs are 42% less likely to use drugs than those who don't. Yet, only a quarter of teens report having these conversations.
Help us take the time to talk about the importance of being Drug-Free:
RED RIBBON WEEK:
- Mon Wild About Being Drug Free-Wear Read
- Tues: Put a Sock on Drugs-Mis-matched Sock Day
- Wed: Say BOOO to Drugs- Wear a Costume to Just say No
- Thurs: I’m Too Bright for Drugs-Wear Neon &/or Sunglasses
- Fri: Living Drug-Free is No Sweat-Athletic Wear with Sports Team Jersey
- Lunchtime Activity: Knock-Out (Knock-out Drugs)