Last week, the school took a stand against the dangers of drug use by participating in Red Ribbon Week.
Students started off the week on Monday by wearing red. The color red symbolizes our pledge to be drug-free.
On Tuesday, the theme was “career day”. Students dressed up as what their dream profession is showing that they won’t let drugs get in the way of their dreams.
Wednesday was camo day, students wore camouflage clothing to represent they won’t be seen doing drugs.
On Thursday, students wore tie-dye clothing symbolizing they won’t get tied up in drugs.
Lastly, Friday was crazy socks and Crocs day. The Crocs and socks represented us telling drugs to kick rocks.