St. Agnes School Celebrated Red Ribbon Week October 21st -25th
Red Ribbon Week is a chance to teach students to live Drug-Free Lives.
Throughout the week students participated in fun theme days and activities all with the intention of promoting living a healthy life.
Students planted tulip bulbs at The Avon on The Green while pledging to stay Drug Free. Big students mentored younger students at a Roller skating Party. Students donated books for Hillside Children’s Center. St. Agnes School celebrated the week with fun theme days such as crazy hair and sock days and a glow stick dance party.
Monday – We are Crazy about being Drug Free (wear crazy hair & socks).
Tuesday – Peace Out to Drugs (wear peace signs and/or tie dye shirts).
Wednesday – Team up Against Drugs (wear a team jersey or team t-shirt)
Thursday – Our Future is Bright because we are Drug Free (wear Red plus neon sunglasses or any type of sunglasses).
Friday – Our School Rocks because we are Drug Free (the annual dance party).
Plant the Promise! Students will plant tulips at Avon on the Green
DONATE A Gently-Used ‘Like-New’ Book – Any age group– PreK through Young Adult books welcome- We will be donating them to the Hillside Children’s Center.
Ms. Andrea Sawyer (PreK Teacher) and Madeline Williams show off their matching hairstyles on crazy hair and socks day for Red Ribbon Week.
5th grader Sophia Dowd helps PreSchooler Madeline Williams learn to roller skate
5th grader Vivianne Boor help Preschooler Cliff Clarry learn to roller skate.
photos provided by Karin Fetzner