The last week of October is nationally recognized as the week for celebration of Red Ribbon Week. This week school across the district scheduled special events to bring awareness to students and the community about the dangers of drugs.  The National Family Partnership sponsors the National Red Ribbon Week Observation encouraging citizens across our nation to work together to keep our children, families and communities safe.  During the week of October 23-31st  schools observed Red Ribbon week in their own way with door contests, art contests or wearing the color red. Freeport Elementary students show their commitment to the Red Ribbon theme “Be Happy. Be Brave. Be Free.” by wearing red to be “Red-y” to say no to drugs and dressing up in their future drug-free career choice costumes.

Freeport Elementary Students Celebrate Red Ribbon Week with “Red-y to say No, to drugs,” bracelets.

Freeport Elementary Students in Ms. Gantenbein’s Class Celebrates Red Ribbon week career dress-up day!