Red Ribbon Week
What is Red Ribbon Week?
Established in 1988, Red Ribbon Week is the largest drug prevention campaign in the nation. Traditionally, it is held during the last two weeks of October.
Why celebrate Red Ribbon Week?
Red Ribbon Week is a perfect way for people within communities and schools to visibily unite and stand against drugs.
OMS Red Ribbon Week and Bullying Prevention Agenda
October 28 – 31
* SEND A MESSAGE. STAY DRUG Free.*
SAY NO TO DRUGS AND TO BULLYING!!
Participate in Dress Days:
Monday, 10/28: United We Stand Against Drugs and Bullying
Tuesday, 10/29: Peace Out to Drugs and Bullying
Wednesday, 10/30: Team Up Against Drugs and Bullying
Thursday, 10/31: Just Say Boo! to Drugs and Bullying
*”SEND A MESSAGE. STAY DRUG FREE” is the official RED RIBBON WEEK theme. NOTE: Students, please use common sense and make responsible decisions in your clothing/items, such as no suggestive wording/graphics or revealing clothing/items. The dress code must still be followed. NO FACE MASKS ALLOWED!
Red Ribbon Week Activities and Contests
Daily Red Ribbon Raffle (October 28 – 31)
Red Ribbon Pledge
Red Ribbon Photo Contest
For more information about Red Ribbon Week, go to http://redribbon.org/