Red Ribbon Week
Red Ribbon Week 2017 - October 23-27
This year, Baker elementary students will be learning how to make healthy choices for the entire month of October. This will include education on bullying as well as how to stay drug free! This will be done through the school counseileng curriculum and morning announcements - brought to you by your very own student led News Team!
**For more information on Baker's Student News Team, check out my Twitter account (Counselor's Corner @bescounseling) and the News Team Twitter account (Baker News Team @bakernewsteam)
As part of Red Ribbon week, the students will be invited to participate in dress up days. A t-shirt order form went hom at the end of September for everyone to have the opportunity to order their very own drug free shirt to wear for one of our dress up days (any any school day during the year to show their school spirit!) Below is an image of what the shirts will look like.
Red Ribbon Week
Red Ribbon Week helps teach our amazing Baker Bulldogs the importance of living a healthy, drug free life. Red Ribbon week is October 23-27th. To celebrate this year, the school counseling department will be helping kids learn through FUN activities! We will have a week full of fun dress up days, poster contests, essay contests and much more! Check out the School Counseling section of the Baker website for ideas on how to keep the conversations going at home. Our dress up days are as follows:
Red Ribbon Week Kick Off – Wear all red. If you ordered a Drug Free T-Shirt, wear your shirt today!
Too Bright For Drugs – wear neon colors and sunglasses
Your Choices Are The Key To Your Dreams – wear your pajamas to school (no slippers, please)
I’m Drug Free From Head to Toe – Wear crazy hats or hairstyles and crazy socks
I Have The Power To Say NO!!! – Wear your favorite super hero shirt or costume