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Red Ribbon Week 10/21-10/25

Reported by michelle_shiles@ipsd.org on 10/21/19

Red Ribbon week was established as a tribute to Special Agent Enrique Camarena who was famous for arresting drug traffickers in Mexico in 1985. A red ribbon was worn by many to honor him and his memory.

Today, Red Ribbon Week is a symbol of determination to eliminate the illegal use of drugs. Schools across our nation participate in Red Ribbon Week to encourage a drug free life for all of our children. In our community we feel it is important to pass this awareness down to our youngest of students in the hopes future.

The Graham PTA has planned special activities to honor this initiative and raise awareness.

Monday October 21: Wear your pajamas to school day-“Dream Big”
*Quote of the day: Respect yourself

Tuesday October 22: Wear your favorite sport shirt or jersey-“Team Up against drugs”
*Quote of the day: Keep yourself healthy and safe

Wednesday October 23: Crazy hair day- “We’d be crazy to do drugs”
*Quote of the day: Do the right thing even when no one is looking

Thursday October 24: Wear red to school day-“Respect yourself & mae good choices”
*Quote of the day: Make good choices today

Friday October 25: Wear your school shirt or colors (blue & gray)"Our School chooses to
make healthy choices"

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