Students celebrate Red Ribbon Week with themed Spirit Days on Oct. 28 - Nov. 1

Dear Parents and Families,

Happy October! During this month, schools across the country are celebrating The National Family Partnership’s Red Ribbon Campaign. This partnership provides drug awareness education through an annual celebration called Red Ribbon Week.

 Red Ribbon Week 2013 at West Vincent Elementary School

During the week of October 21st, West Vincent will join the celebration by having each student pledge to make healthy life choices, showing our spirit for the cause with red ribbons to wear, special announcements about choosing a healthy lifestyle, as well as by participating in themed spirit days.

The spirit days include:

Monday, October 28
Say it With Red Day

Students should wear red to school.

Tuesday, October 29
Pull a Hood Over Drugs and Bullying Day

Students should wear their favorite sweatshirt or hoodie to school.

Wednesday, October 30
Work it Out, Keep Drugs and Bullying Out!

Students may wear their sports gear, exercise clothes, or active wear to school. Students will attend an Anti-Bullying Assembly. Thank you PTA and parents!

Thursday, October 31
Say “BOO” to Drugs and Bullying Day

Students will wear their costumes and participate in the Halloween parade. (Students will wear their costumes for the parade only.)

Friday, November 1
Team Up Against Drugs and Bullying Day

Students should wear their favorite sports team attire!

Thank you. We hope you and your students enjoy this year’s Red Ribbon Week celebration!

Ms. Andrea Kooker, Guidance Counselor, and the West Vincent Staff