GES RED RIBBON WEEK
Monday, October 23rd - Friday, October 27th
Red Ribbon Week is the oldest and largest national drug prevention program. It was started in 1985 by parents and youth in memory of DEA agent Enrique Camarena. Students began wearing red ribbons to raise awareness of the destruction and loss of life that drugs can cause to families. Join us next week in showing support for drug awareness.
Monday-“TURN YOUR BACK ON DRUGS!”
Wear your clothes backwards.
Tuesday-“PARTNER UP AGAINST DRUGS!”
Twin day, find someone to match you.
Wednesday- “SOCK IT TO DRUGS!”
Wear your crazy socks.
Thursday- “WILD ABOUT BEING DRUG FREE!”
Crazy hair day.
Friday- “TEAM UP AGAINST DRUGS!”
Wear black and gold.