Red Ribbon Campus Activities

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  • Richland High School

    Mark Ashley, Contacts

    Monday  (Theme: “Peace Out To Drugs!”)

    • Students and staff will be encouraged to dress up as hippies with the theme of finding peace in who you are not in drugs.
    • Throughout the week, students may sign a pledge to be displayed outside of main gym.
    • Student Council members will create a video of students giving reasons not to do drugs/alcohol for the announcements. This will be sent to teachers to upload on their Canvas pages.

    Tuesday  (Theme: “Be Strong and Say No To Drugs!”)

    • Students and staff will be encouraged to dress as their favorite superhero to signify standing strong against drugs.
    • Another video will be uploaded for teachers to use on their Canvas page.
    • Student Council members will staff a table in front of the OMNI room to hand out drug/alcohol prevention material.

    Wednesday  (Theme: “Stay In School, Don’t Do Drugs!”)

    • Students and staff will be encouraged to wear clothes representing their favorite college or university.
    • Student Council members will produce another video highlighting the effects drugs and alcohol has on a student’s education.

    Thursday  (Theme: “Scrub Out Drugs!”)

    • Students and staff will be encouraged to wear scrubs to signify drugs can be wiped out.
    • Student Council members will produce a video highlighting the fight against drug abuse with ideas on how to join the fight.

    Friday  (Theme: Pink Out Day)

    • Students and staff will be encouraged to wear red and pink to signify the importance of living a drug and alcohol free lifestyle.
    • A video will be produced highlighting the history of Red Ribbon Week focusing on “What Happens Next …!”