Red Ribbon Week
October 23 - 27, 2017
Theme: Your Future is Key, So Stay Drug Free
To promote healthy lifestyle choices and to increase awareness about negative effects of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. Glenwood will be participating in Red Ribbon Week. The Red Ribbon Celebration originated following the murder of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration Agent Enrique Camerena, by drug traffickers in February 1985. The Red Ribbon became the symbol to eliminate the demand for drugs and to stop the killing, violence, and destruction caused by alcohol and other drugs. The annual celebration began in 1988 in Ohio and has grown and impacted millions of Americans.
Monday: Don’t Stand By; Stand Up, Stand Strong, Stand Together Bully and Drug
Free! Let’s color our school red to show that we stand together against
bullies and drugs.
Tuesday: Drugs Make You Do Crazy Things
Wear a Crazy outfit - inside out, crazy colors, mismatched shoe stripes ,
Polka dots …. just wear the silliest outfit you can create.
Wednesday: These Paws Don’t Touch Drugs! Collect cat & dog food for animal shelter.
Thursday: My Future Matters I’m Drug Free!
Pick a job or career you are interested in and dress like someone who
Works in that profession.
Friday: Team Up Against Drugs
Wear something from your favorite team. It can be anything from
MHS, Clemson, UNC, Duke … Just show your team spirit!
Listen to special announcements over WGLN news. Information will go home to parents this week.
October 26 - MHS hosting a special event that is free to families 5 - 7pm.
October 27 - Support MHS Titans at ballgame and hear special Red Ribbon Week news.
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