Red Ribbon Week

Red Ribbon Week 2017
Red Ribbon Week

Red Ribbon Week


October 23rd through October 31st  

Monday:  Your Future is Key, So Stay Drug Free!

Red Ribbon Day: Wear Red from Head to Toe


Tuesday: Be A Buddy, Not A Bully!

Twin Day: Be Multiples with a friend – Dress like Twins, Triplets, or Quadruplets


Wednesday:  My Future is Bright

Dress for Success Day: Wear your Business Professional Attire


Thursday:  Don’t Let Drugs Mix You Up

Tacky Day: Wear Mismatched clothes


Friday: Join the TEAM against Bullying & Drugs

Team Day: Wear your Favorite Sports Jersey or Shirt with jeans

(No ripped jeans)


Monday: Real Heroes Don’t Do Drugs or Bully Others

  Hero Day:  Wear a Hero Shirt with your Camouflage pants or bottoms

& show an act of kindness to classmate.


Tuesday: My Character Counts: I’m Bully & Drug Free

Character Day: Dress as your Favorite Book Character & Must bring your book to match

No scary or violent costumes will be allowed.


Each year at KES we celebrate Red Ribbon Week through daily themes and activities. Red Ribbon Week is an alcohol, tobacco, and other drug and violence prevention awareness campaign observed annually in October in the United States.

Sponsored by Counseling Department

* For Students

Red Ribbon Week Contest


Illustration Contest:  PreK-2nd grades

Theme:  “Your Future Is Key, So Stay Drug Free”


Illustration/Writing Contest:  3rd-5th grades

Theme:  “Your Future Is Key, So Stay Drug Free”

Students will complete illustrations/writings in Art class with Ms. Guzman.

*For Teachers

Daily:  Tune in to the WMLK channel each day at 1:40pm for the Counselor’s Corner Guidance Session and Special Skit with the MLK Huskies! 

Wednesday, October 25, 2017:  Submit the name of one student who deserves the Good Character Award and one who has displayed improved behavior using the google doc form.  Winners will be announced during the WMLK news on Oct. 31, 2017. 

Tuesday, October 31, 2017:  Invite a parent or community member to share a book with your class based on good character!

Students’ Drug Free Pledge

I pledge allegiance to myself and who I want to be

‘Cause I can make my dreams come true if I believe in me

I pledge to stay in school and learn the things I need to know

To make the world a better place for kids like me to grow

I pledge to keep my dreams alive and be all I can be

I know I can, and that’s because I pledge to stay


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