Red Ribbon Campus Activities

  • Red Ribbon Week logo | Be Happy, Be Brave, Be Drug Free Red Ribbon Campaign logo

  • West Birdville Elementary

    Maria Lopez and Stacy Jeter, Contacts

    Monday  (Theme: “Be Happy, Be Brave, Be Drug Free. Boo To Drugs!”)

    • Students and staff may wear orange, black, or fall colors.
    • All students and staff will receive a red ribbon.
    • Students and staff will wear red ribbons during the week.
    • “Be Happy, Be Brave, Be Drug-Free.” will be introduced during morning announcements.
    • Red Ribbon Week theme will be on the marque and social media.

    Tuesday  (Theme: “Be Happy and Tie Up Drugs!”)

    • Students and staff may wear tie-dye or 70s clothing.
    • Morning announcements will be given about this year’s theme.
    • Red Ribbon Week theme will be on the marque and social media.

    Wednesday  (Theme: “Be Kind!”/Wear Red Day)

    • Students and staff may wear red from head to toe.
    • Morning announcements will be given about this year’s theme.
    • Red Ribbon Week theme will be on the marque and social media.

    Thursday (Theme: “Be Brave!”/Everyday Heroes and Military Day)

    • Students and staff may wear firefighter, police, nurse, teacher, or military clothing.
    • Morning announcements will be given about this year’s theme.
    • Each student will sign a drug-free pledge.
    • Red Ribbon Week theme will be on the marque and social media.

    Friday (Theme: “Be Mindful! Don’t Think About Doing Drugs!”)

    • Students and staff may wear their science hats, crazy hair, and socks.
    • Morning announcements will be given about this year’s theme.
    • Red Ribbon Week theme will be on the marque and social media.