Laurel School District announces Red Ribbon Week winners

Teaching students to be drug free is a critical component of the Laurel School District curriculum. Each year, teachers and community volunteers work diligently to provide students with up-to-date information concerning illegal drugs and alcohol dangers, bullying prevention, how to deal with peer pressure, and how to make healthy choices. Through the district’s Safe and Drug Free Schools program, students were exposed to a variety of topics geared toward encouraging healthy choices.

To celebrate Red Ribbon Week, October 22-31, 2018, the district planned a comprehensive program to tackle many of the tough issues concerning illegal drug use. All schools participated in an art contest that focused on this year’s theme, “Life is your journey. Travel drug free.”

 “I am proud of the hard work our teachers, staff and students put into honoring this special week,” said Laurel School District Drug Education Coordinator Dr. Stacey Henry.

Red Ribbon Front Entrance Winner: Maddox Elementary School

Red Ribbon Artistic School of the Year: Mason Elementary School

Most School Participation: Laurel High School

Most School Participation Runner-up: Laurel Middle School

School-level winners:

Laurel Middle School

6th-8th Door: Mosley

Oak Park Elementary School

K-1st Door: Howard

2nd-3rd Door: Walker

2nd-3rd Door: Holcomb

Mason Elementary School

K-1st Door: Everett

2nd-3rd Door: Ray

2nd-3rd Door: Rayner

4th-5th Door: Bain

Maddox Elementary School

K-1st Door: Stanfield

2nd-3rd Door: L. White

4th-5th Door: L. King

Collage: Winpigler & Tolbert

Nora Davis Magnet School

Pre-K Door: Pearson

K-1st Door: Canavan

K-1st Door: Jackson

K-1st Poster: McGill

4th-5th Poster: Schipke

4th-5th Door: Watts

Laurel High School & CTC

Door Winners: Sellers, Wilkinson, M. Moss and D. Taylor

Door/Collage Winner: Tew

Student Poster Winners: Natasha, Terrance, Anziah, Brenda, Caja, Marc, Jiana, Heidi, and Aiyataks

Laurel Education Center

Door: Gavin

 

 

 

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