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Red Ribbon Week Activities Planned

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Red Ribbon Week activities by campus:
Brown Primary
Monday: Too Smart to Start! (Dress like a Nerd)
Tuesday: Your Choices are the Key to your Dreams! (Wear Pajamas)
Wednesday: Don't be a Target for Drugs! (Wear Camo)
Or~Wear Orange for Unity Day
“Together against bullying. United for
kindness, acceptance, & inclusion."
Thursday: Lei Off Drugs! (Wear Hawaiian Attire and Leis)
Friday: Team Up Against Drugs! (Wear Your Favorite Team Gear)
Smithville Elementary School
Monday: Use your head, don't do drugs! (Crazy Hat & Hair Day)
Tuesday: Peace out to drugs! (Wear peace signs or tie-dye)
Wednesday: Lei off Drugs! (Hawaiian Theme or Wear Orange for Unity Day)
Thursday: Your choices are the key to your dreams! Choose drug-free! (Wear Pajamas)
Friday: Team up against drugs! (Wear your favorite sports team shirt or jersey)
Smithville Junior High
Monday: Wear your Pj's and put drugs to sleep. Must be in dress code
Tuesday: Dress like a nerd because we are too smart for drugs.
Wednesday: Wear Black to blackout drugs and to show our Unity!  Black is the color we get when we mix different colors together.  We are all different but we can stick together!
Thursday: Dress like a tourist and tell drugs to hit the road.
Friday: Dress like an alien and make drugs out of this world.
Smithville High School
Monday - Candy Grams: Students will receive a packet of Pop Rocks, mints, or Nerds
with a fact about substance abuse on it.
Tuesday- The Only Pot You Need: Students will pot plants that will be left in teacher’s
classrooms. The pot will have a drug-free pledge written on it, and students will sign it.
Wednesday - Unity Day - Tiger Times will receive orange strips of paper to write a
message related to unity and/or bullying. The strips will then be made into links and will
be linked together for one long chain. We may try and contact LaGrange or Bastrop
High Schools or maybe the junior high to have a competition on the chain length based
on a per capita count.
Thursday - Drunk Driving Challenge: A select number of students will demonstrate the
dangers of drunk driving on an obstacle course that will be set up in the student parking
Friday - Bring Your Own Banana: Students will bring a banana to school, and during
lunch, they will receive a banana split.
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