Red Ribbon Week Celebration
October 25th - October 31st
Dresser and St. Croix Falls Elementary will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week Oct. 25th – Oct. 31st. The goal of Red Ribbon Week is to help children build a strong foundation by making positive, healthy choices.
*Red Ribbon Week serves as a vehicle for communities and individuals to take a stand for the hopes and dreams of our children through a commitment to drug prevention and education and a personal commitment to live drug free lives with the ultimate goal being the creation of drug free America. For more information and the story of how this campaign began visit *www.imdrugfree.com.
Below you will find a schedule of the “Themes” for each day, as the Red Ribbon committee will combine special activities with the classroom guidance lessons this month. We hope that you will encourage your child to participate in the activities that will be offered.
We would like to thank you in advance for your support!
#YOLO-Be Drug Free
~Red Ribbon Week Committee
Tuesday - "Too Bright for Drugs"
Students and Staff should wear bright colored clothes.
Kick-off at 8:30 a.m. in the Gym. High School Band will perform & the Elementary students will sing our School Song.
Wednesday - "Live Like a star-dress for the red carpet - We CAN be Drug Free"
Dress like a Star or wear red. Bring in canned goods for the Food Shelf.
Thursday - "Lei Off Drugs"
Hawaiian Day. Each student will be given a Hawaiian Necklace.
Friday - "Your Dreams are the Key to Your Future"
Wear your pajamas.
Throughout the week, students in grades 1st – 4th will solve trivia questions and place letters in a giant “Wheel of Fortune” type of puzzle. Students will have the opportunity to solve the puzzle during the week, with only one guess per day.
** Each day we will count student participation and keep a visual chart in the hallway.
The class with the greatest “team” effort will be acknowledged at the end of the week.