Laurel Schools to celebrate Red Ribbon Week with theme days

Red Ribbon week is the oldest and largest drug prevention campaign in the country. This year, Red Ribbon Week is celebrated nationally October 23 – 31, 2018.  

This year's dress-up themes are as follows...

Monday, 10/22:  “Peace Out to Drugs” - Wear peace signs and/or tie dye clothing

Tuesday, 10/23:  “Team Up Against Drugs” - Wear your favorite sports shirt or jersey

Wednesday, 10/24:  “I’m a Jean-ius, I’m Drug Free” - Wear your jeans and denim to “JEAN-OUT”!

Thursday, 10/25:  “Lei Off of Drugs” - Wear a lei with Hawaiian clothes (beach clothes, flowers, coconuts)

Friday, 10/26: “Wear Your RED Clothes Backwards Day” - Wear your RED clothes on Backwards to “Turn Your Back on Drugs!"

Monday, 10/29:  “Twins Win Against Drugs” - Grab as many friends as you want & dress like twins

Tuesday, 10/30: “Your Future is Bright! No Drugs, No Fight!” Wear neon bright clothes and socks

Wednesday, 10/31:  “Say BOO to Drugs” - Dress as your Favorite Character.  NO weapons

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