Red Ribbon Week is a prevention awareness campaign usually observed annually in October across the United States. At the North Shore Schools, October 23-October 31, has been devoted to Red Ribbon Week to help students further gain prevention awareness against alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. Throughout the District, each of our five schools will be participating in different activities and events as part of Red Ribbon Week.
The following activities were spearheaded by Principal Zublionis and his teacher at Sea Cliff School:
Red Ribbon Week at Sea Cliff:
Monday October 23-31
Tied Red Ribbons around trees
Theme Week (10/23 – wear red shirts to kick off Red Ribbon Week, 10/24 –Put a Cap on Drugs, 10/25 – Drug Free Team (where your favorite team sport shirts), 10/26 – Being drug free is no sweat (where your favorite sweatpants), 10/27 – take a stand for a Drug Free Land (wear red, white, and blue)
Sign the “big sign” to keep our hands off drugs
Every student watched the video link below; “I’m Only Me if I’m Drug Free”