School activities raise drug-free awareness


        Terry School students are taking part in the 6th annual Red Ribbon Month celebration, honoring a drug-free lifestyle. This year’s theme, “A Drug Free Life Rocks,” is being presented through workbooks and dress-themed days throughout the month of October for students in grades first through sixth. 

Last week on Wednesday students dressed in mismatched clothing for “Drugs are Ridiculous.” Today students are celebrating “I Can Be Anything I want to be, Drug Free,” by dressing as their future selves, reflecting what career they aspire to join.
October 19 students will take part in “I’m a ‘Jeanius’, I’m Drug Free,” by wearing their favorite pair of jeans and the top of their choice. 
“Wear Red Day” is Oct. 26, while Oct. 31 is “Hocus Pocus Drugs aren’t my focus.”
For more information on Red Ribbon Month please contact Lisa Kuehn at 635-5533.

Published Oct. 12, 2011
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