Students take part in annual “Red Ribbon Month”

  Terry Schools is in its eighth year of celebrating “Red Ribbon Month”.

“Red Ribbon Month” is a program geared to teaching students in K through 6 grades about the consequences of using drugs, alcohol and tobacco.
Along with reading materials, students can take part in weekly themes.
Weekly themes for the month of October include:
Oct. 7-11 “Team up against drugs” Wednesday, Oct. 9 —Students wore clothing supporting their favorite team or sport.
Oct. 14-18 “Stomp out drugs”
Wednesday, Oct. 16  — Students wear their favorite pair of boots or shoes.
Oct. 21-25 “Wear red day”
Wednesday, Oct. 23 — Students will wear as much red clothing as possible
Oct. 28 -31 “Hocus pocus, drugs aren’t my focus” Wednesday, Oct. 31 — Students will bring their Halloween costume to school to wear during their classroom party. 
For more information about the program please call Lisa Kuehn at 635-5533.

Published October 16, 2013

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