Red Ribbon Campus Activities
Green Valley Elementary
(Jeanna Koerner, Contact)
Monday (Theme: “Be HAPPY and Drug Free!”)
- Scholars and staff may dress in their happiest and brightest/neon clothes!
- Information will be shared on the announcements all week about Red Ribbon Week.
- A jar of red items will be displayed on the announcements and in the library all week for scholars to guess the amount of items. The closest guess gets the jar of items to share with his/her class on Friday.
- All scholars and staff will receive a red ribbon from the district.
- All scholars will write a note to a friend or teacher telling them something they do that makes you happy!
Tuesday (Theme: “Be BRAVE and Drug Free!”)
- Scholars and staff will dress like their favorite HERO (community hero or superhero)!
- There will be drawings for those who are wearing their red ribbons.
- “Be Happy, Be Brave, Be Drug Free.” Poster Contest: Grades K-2 will create a poster using pictures, drawings or writings about how they can make GVE a great place to be; grades 3-5 will create a poster about making good choices, including being drug free.
Wednesday (Theme: “Be PROUD To Be Drug Free!”)
- National Wear Red Day—Scholars and staff may wear RED from head to toe!
- There will be a contest for the class that dresses in the MOST red.
- NRH Police Officers will greet the scholars at the front and side entrances as well as make an appearance on the announcements with a message.
- Drawings continue for those that are wearing their red ribbons.
Thursday (Theme: “Be A FRIEND To ALL!”)
- Grab a friend, or group of friends, and dress alike!
- Pledge Day: A pledge sheet will be given to each scholar with a ribbon to decorate with things that make them happy (e.g., family, friends, activities, etc.)
- Drawings will continue for those that are wearing their red ribbons.
Friday (Theme: “We Go By The BOOK & Stay Drug Free! Show Your CHARACTER!”)
- Dress as your favorite storybook character (or school spirit day).
- We will have the final drawings for those that are wearing their red ribbons.
- PTA volunteers will take socially distanced pictures of each class in the decorated hall on the way out of the cafeteria.
- A final drawing will be held for those wearing their red ribbons.
- This will be the final chance to guess the number of red items in the jar.