Red Ribbon Week
Tuesday, October 27 - Friday, October 30
Red Ribbon Week is the oldest and largest drug prevention campaign in the nation.
This year’s theme is: Be happy. Be Brave. Be Drug Free.
The theme is a call to action to speak out in support of healthy choices. It also serves as a reminder that we are all empowered with shaping the communities around us through positivity, bravery, and strength. At school, students will engage in activities that promote a drug-free and healthy lifestyle. Please partner with us and discuss this message at home, at the dinner table, at family outings, and with friends and extended family. Let’s get smart about drugs and celebrate Red Ribbon Week together! This is your opportunity to get the ongoing conversation started.
- 10/26 Monday – No School
- 10/27 Tuesday – Too Bright for Drugs (students wear neon colors)
- 10/28 Wednesday – Live Red! (students wear as much red as possible)
- 10/29 Thursday – Head Away From Drugs (students wear a hat or crazy hairdo)
- 10/30 Friday – Say Boo to Drugs (students wear Halloween costumes)
*Students are expected to wear the Athlos uniform if not participating*