Friday, October 28, 2011

Red Ribbon Week

Red Ribbon Week was October 24th through October 29th. Red Ribbon Week is a week to raise awareness about the importance of being drug free.  It is the nation’s oldest and largest drug prevention program.
Students in Room 102 participated in activities sponsored by the Student Council. These activities and projects supported the anti-drug message of our classroom and school.

Lazaro tapes red ribbons to our window . . .
 . . . for the world to see we are drug free!

The variety of theme days gave students practical advice to keep them healthy, safe, and drug-free.

Drugs are a “toe-tally” bad choice.

Don’t sweat it . . . we KNOW drugs are a bad choice.

Drugs won't turn our lives inside out.

Celebrating Red Ribbon Week shows kids that living without drugs is the best way to live a happy life.


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