RED RIBBON WEEK - "I'm Voting for a Drug Free Future" Day
- RED RIBBON WEEK - "I'm Voting for a Drug Free Future" Day
- ALL SCHOOLS
Mars Area School District will celebrate Red Ribbon Week (Oct. 26-30) with the following themes:
- Monday, Oct. 26 — “Don’t Get Tied Up with Drugs” — Students may wear tie-dyed clothing.
- Tuesday, Oct. 27 — “I’m Voting for a Drug Free Future” — Students are asked to wear red, white and blue colors.
- Wednesday, Oct. 28 — “Don’t Get Mixed Up with Drugs” — Students may wear mismatched outfits.
- Thursday, Oct. 29 — “Your Choices Are the Keys to Your Dreams” — Students may wear pajamas.
- Friday, Oct. 30 — “Our School Chooses to Be Drug Free!” — Students may wear school colors (blue & gold).
Red Ribbon Week, sponsored by National Family Partnership, is an annual drug, alcohol and tobacco prevention awareness campaign. For more information, visit www.redribbon.org.