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Red Ribbon Week 2016
The purpose of the Red Ribbon Week is to increase awareness about alcohol, tobacco, and other drug prevention and to promote healthy lifestyles within schools and communities. Red Ribbon Week is recognized and celebrated nationally during the last week of October. Woodland/Hanrahan Elementary will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week with the following activities:
· Monday (October 24): “Proud to be Drug Free” RED Day - Students can show their school spirit by wearing their FAVORITE Red stuff. They can wear shirts, socks, pants, headbands, belts, and/or red jewelry. They do NOT have to wear their uniforms!!!
· Tuesday (October 25): “United We Stand Against drugs”—Students will UNITE with their GRADE LEVEL classmates by wearing their GRADE LEVEL DESIGNATED COLOR.
· The grade-level colors are:
Second grade: Green
Third grade: Blue
Fourth grade: Purple
Fifth grade: Green
Sixth grade: Blue
- Wednesday (October 26): “Team up against Drugs” St. Louis Team day—Students can show their school spirit by wearing their favorite St. Louis Team gear. They do NOT have to wear their uniforms!!!
- Thursday (October 27): “Sock it to drugs” — Students can show their school spirit by wearing crazy socks. Students MUST wear their uniform!!!
- Friday (October 28): Fall Parties begin @ 1:30 p.m.
* If a student chooses not to participate in the activities they need to be in full uniform