Red Ribbon Week 2019: Oct 21-25
RRW Theme Days
10/21 Monday: Crazy Socks & Backwards Day: wear clothes wrong way, etc.
10/22 Tuesday: Being Healthy is Worth the Sweat: wear sweats/sports clothes
10/23 Wednesday: My Future Looks Bright: wear sunglasses (SH Picture Day)
10/24 Thursday: Crazy Hair Day
10/25 Friday: Wear Red & Walk to School Day: We will be meeting at 7:45 am and will start walking at 7:50 am. The meeting place is at the crossing guard protected crosswalk on Park Place (where the trail intersects Park Place). The cul-de-sac of Kara W or Fortune W is where you can park. Please refer to the map below for more details on meeting place.
We are looking forward to Red Ribbon Week starting Monday, Oct. 21st-Oct 25th. This year, instead of collecting pennies, we will be collecting donations for a local charity, Families Forward. Families Forward is a non-profit organization who assists OC families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Each day we will be accepting donations to help the families. Each class that participates will receive a Popsicle at lunch on Friday. We appreciate your willingness to donate to this charity.
Donation Days & Items
Monday & Tuesday: soaps and shampoos
Wednesday & Thursday: deodorants and teen socks
Friday: toothbrushes and toothpastes
Walk to School Friday, October 25, 2019
Walking to school is a a way for us to keep our bodies healthy, the environment clean, and be a part of the community. In celebration of Red Ribbon Week, we choose a day of the week to walk to school together.
Starting point 7:45am
Our Walk to School Day will be at the crossing guard-protected crosswalk on Park Place between the Woodside, Windstream, and Park Paseo neighborhoods. We’ll meet at 7:45am. Park at the end of Kara W, Fortuna W, or any of the cul-de-sacs between those streets and the back of the school.
The Red Ribbon Week Pledge
I pledge to make healthy choices, to be a positive role model for my friends, and to support the mission of Red Ribbon Week: ‘No Use of Illegal Drugs, No Illegal Use of Legal Drugs.’
Can you help?
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.