Celebrates Red Ribbon Week
October 22th – October 26th, 2018
Join Us as We Celebrate Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds, & Healthy Choices
National Red Ribbon Week 2018 honors the anniversary of the ultimate sacrifice made by U.S.
Drug Enforcement Special Agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena. He made a difference by helping to fight illegal drugs. Today, over 100,000 schools and other organizations across the United States use this time to spread the important message about living a drug free lifestyle.
Monday, October 22: “Team Up Against Drugs!”
Wear your favorite college shirt or team shirt to show that you’re
ready to “team up” against drugs.
Tuesday, October 23: “Red-dy-Set-Be Drug Free!”
Wear as much red as you can today to show that you respect yourself
by making the right choices to be drug free.
Wednesday, October 24: “Lei off Drugs”- "Hawaiian theme”
A healthy me is drug free! Wear Hawaiian (school-appropriate) attire.
Thursday, October 25: “Drugs are OLD SCHOOL”
The best ME is drug free. Wear clothing from a past decade.
Friday, October 26: “Drug free from head to toe”
Crazy Hair, Hat, & Sock Day: From Head to Toe, I'm Drug Free!