Red Ribbon Campus Activities

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  • Birdville Elementary

    (Laura Hindman, Contact)

    Pre-Red Ribbon Week Activities:

    • The entire month of October, 2nd–5th graders will learn and practice peer pressure reversal skills. These lessons will be provided by the theater arts teacher.
    • Hope Squad students will decorate the school with red ribbons and make posters about not doing drugs. These posters will be displayed around the school.
    • The librarian will set up a special display in the library dedicated to drug-free messages, including books and magazines about healthy choices.

    Monday  (Theme: “Be Happy and Drug Free!”/Wear Your Happiest & Brightest/Neon Clothes!)

    • There will be information about drug and alcohol use read on the morning announcements.
    • During library time students will write what they will do to be happy or brave. These will be placed on a large banner to be displayed in the hallway.
    • The P.E. teacher will teach about drugs and alcohol in P.E. classes.
    • Students will continue to practice peer pressure reversal skills in Theater Arts.
    • Visual Arts teacher will facilitate a Red Ribbon Week art project with 4th grade.

    Tuesday  (Theme: “Travel the World Drug Free!”/Dress Like A World Traveler!)

    • There will be information about drug and alcohol use read on the morning announcements.
    • During library time students will write what they will do to be happy or brave. These will be placed on a large banner to be displayed in the hallway.
    • The P.E. teacher will teach about drugs and alcohol in P.E. classes.
    • Students will continue to practice peer pressure reversal skills in Theater Arts.
    • Visual Arts teacher will facilitate a Red Ribbon Week art project with 4th grade.

    Wednesday  (Theme: “RED-Y To Be Drug Free!”/Wear Red From Head To Toe)

    • There will be information about drug and alcohol use read on the morning announcements.
    • During library time students will write what they will do to be happy or brave. These will be placed on a large banner to be displayed in the hallway.
    • The P.E. teacher will teach about drugs and alcohol in the P.E. classes.
    • Students will continue to practice peer pressure reversal skills in Theater Arts.
    • Students will be given red ribbons to wear.

    Thursday  (Theme: “Sock It To Drugs!”/Wear Your Coolest and Craziest Socks)

    • There will be information about drug and alcohol use read on the morning announcements.
    • During library time students will write what they will do to be happy or brave. These will be placed on a large banner to be displayed in the hallway.
    • The P.E. teacher will teach about drugs and alcohol in P.E. classes.
    • Students will continue to practice peer pressure reversal skills in Theater Arts.
    • Visual Arts teacher will facilitate a Red Ribbon Week art project with 4th grade.

    Friday  (Theme: “We Go By the Book and Stay Drug Free!”/Dress As A Book Character.)

    • There will be information about drug and alcohol use read on the morning announcements.
    • During library time students will write what they will do to be happy or brave. These will be placed on a large banner to be displayed in the hallway.
    • The P.E. teacher will teach about drugs and alcohol in the P.E. classes.
    • Students will continue to practice peer pressure reversal skills in Theater Arts.
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