Week of October 12-16, 2020
Red Ribbon Week October 26th-30th
Red Ribbon Week-October 26th-30th
Red Ribbon Week is an ideal way for people and communities to unite and take a visible stand against drugs. Brock Elementary staff and students will show our personal commitment to a drug-free lifestyle through various themed days throughout the week.
The Red Ribbon Campaign was started when drug traffickers in Mexico City murdered DEA agent Kiki Camarena in 1985. This began the continuing tradition of displaying Red Ribbons as a symbol of intolerance towards the use of drugs. The mission of the Red Ribbon Campaign® is to present a unified and visible commitment towards the creation of a DRUG - FREE AMERICA.
In What Ways can Brock Show Personal Commitment?
October 26th-October 30th
Monday, October 26th- “Voting to be Drug Free.” Wear red, white and blue.
Tuesday, October 27th “Chasing my Dreams and saying no to Drugs.” Pajama Day.
Wednesday, October 28th- “Peace and Hugs instead of Drugs.” Wear tie dye.
Thursday, October 29th- “I’m too Bright for Drugs.” Wear sunglasses.
Friday, October 30th- “Say BOO to Drugs.” Wear your costume. No masks, spray paints, face paints or weapons of any kind.
Thank you for celebrating Red Ribbon week and for taking a stand to be drug free!
Last Call to Order Brock T-Shirts & Hoodies
Monday, October 12th- Student Holiday/ Staff PD
Friday, October 16th- Wear purple to support Relay for Life
Friday, October 23rd- 3-week progress reports; K & 1st end of the quarter
RED RIBBON WEEK
Monday, October 26th- “Voting to be Drug-Free.” Wear red, white, and blue.
Tuesday, October 27th-“Chasing my Dreams, and saying no to Drugs.” Pajama Day.
Wednesday, October 28th- “Peace and Hugs instead of Drugs.” Wear tie-dye.
Thursday, October 29th- “I’m too Bright for Drugs.” Wear sunglasses; Picture Day for on-campus students; K & 1st report cards
Friday, October 30th- “Say BOO to Drugs.” Wear your costume. No masks, spray paints, face paints, or weapons of any kind