Red Ribbon Campus Activities

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  • O.H. Stowe Elementary

    Carol Glinsky, Contact

    Monday  (Theme: “Don’t Fall Into Drugs!”/Fall Day)

    • Red Ribbon Week Kick-Off will begin with morning announcements supporting the Red Ribbon Week theme.
    • All students and staff will receive a red ribbon to wear all week.
    • Front doors will be decorated with large red bows.
    • Students and staff are encouraged to support the theme of “fall” by wearing flannel and fall colors, “Don’t Fall Into Drugs!”
    • High on Life video #1 presentation will be shown to students.

    Tuesday  (Theme: “Don’t Get Mixed Up With Drugs!”/Mixed Up Outfit Day)

    • Morning announcements will support the Red Ribbon Week theme.
    • Students and staff are encouraged to wear their red ribbon.
    • Students and staff are encouraged to support the theme of “Mixed Up Outfit” to remind kids “Don’t Get Mixed Up With Drugs!”
    • Third graders will participate via Zoom in a presentation by Kierra Woods, Challenge of Tarrant County at 8:30 a.m.

    Wednesday  (Theme: “Put A Stop To Drugs!”/Wear Red Day) 

    • Morning announcements will support the Red Ribbon Week theme.
    • Students and staff are encouraged to wear their red ribbon.
    • Students and staff are encouraged to support the theme of “Wear Red” to remind kids to “Put A Stop To Drugs!”
    • Fourth graders will participate via Zoom in a presentation by Kierra Woods, Challenge of Tarrant County at 8:30 a.m.

    Thursday  (Theme: “Use Your Head! Don’t Do Drugs!”/Crazy Hair Or Hat Day)

    • Morning announcements will support the Red Ribbon Week theme.
    • Students and staff are encouraged to wear their red ribbon.
    • Students and staff are encouraged to support the theme of “Crazy Hair/Hat” to remind kids to “Use Your Head! Don’t Do Drugs!”
    • Fifth graders will participate via Zoom in a presentation by Kierra Woods, Challenge of Tarrant County at 8:30 a.m.

    Friday  (“You Have The Power To Be Who You Want To Be!”/Superhero Character Day)

    • Morning announcements will support the Red Ribbon Week theme.
    • Students and staff are encouraged to wear their red ribbon.
    • Students and staff are encouraged to support the theme of “Super Hero/Character Day” to remind kids “You Have The Power To Be Who You Want To Be!”