RED RIBBON WEEK @ WASHINGTON ELEMENTARY
October 2-7, 2017
Theme: Your Future is the KEY so Stay Drug Free
In Guidance lessons on Sept. 25 and Oct. 2, we will talk about making good
choices and staying drug-free (at developmentally appropriate levels).
Mon., Oct. 2 - Choose (Chews) a Bright Future - wear bright colors
A speaker from Elkhorn Logan Valley Public Health Department will explain the origin and meaning of Red Ribbon Week. A “chewy” treat, such as Tootsie Roll Minis will be given.
Tues, Oct. 3 – “Drug Free is Healthy for Me” – wear athletic gear or sweats. We will take stretch or exercise breaks in classroom and at recess.
Wed., Oct 4 - “Key in on Good Choices” – Panther Packs – 1:00–1:30
On paper “keys” we will be writing about and drawing pictures of our good choices.
We will tie these “keys” onto our chain link fence with red ribbons.
Thurs, Oct. 5 - You Won’t See Me Using Drugs - wear dark colors or camouflage gear
Fri. Oct. 6 - These "paws" don’t touch drugs -
wear Panther Gear or Washington shirts
Sat. Oct. 7 - Red Ribbon Run – Mr. Long will be promoting this in P.E.
Our objective is forstudents to learn the value of choosing a healthy life style while also having a little fun.