Red Ribbon Week is the largest and oldest national drug prevention
campaign. Every October 23rd through October 31st schools all over the U.S.
participate in lessons, activities, and events geared toward teaching students
the importance of living healthy, safe and drug free lives. Red Ribbon Week
serves as a way for communities and individuals to take a stand for the hopes
and dreams of our students through a commitment to live drug free lives.
Beginning Friday, October 23rd we will be dressing up for our Red Ribbon
Friday, Oct. 23rd: United Against Drugs-Wear Red
Monday, Oct. 26th: Future's Too Bright For Drugs-Neon Colors
Tuesday, Oct. 27th: Give Drugs the Boot-Cowboy Shirts & Boots
Wednesday, Oct. 28th: Team Up Against Drugs-Favorite Sports Team Shirt
Thursday, Oct. 29th: From Head to Toe, We Are Drug Free-Crazy Hair & Socks
Friday, Oct. 30th: Make Drugs Disappear-Camouflage
Click the headline to print a flyer with each day's theme & what to wear.