Students at Adair County Elementary School continue to participate in activities that bring awareness of Red Ribbon Week. Keeping with the theme of "Your Future is Key, So Stay Drug Free", the following activities continue throughout the week of October 23-27.
Monday—We are “Red-y” to be Drug Free - Wear Red Day
Tuesday—Real Heroes don’t do Drugs - Superhero Day – dress as a Super Hero
Wednesday—Team Up Against Drugs - wear team jerseys, caps or a school shirt
Thursday—Follow your Dreams, Drug Free - Pajama Day
Mrs. Debbie Cowan, ACES Family Resource Center Coordinator, adds that items will be given away each morning during assembly. Drug free messages will be provided to students throughout the week during assembly and in halls. To kick off the week, a special activity was planned for Monday morning during bus/car unloading.
To date, some highlights of the week include:
Tuesday, October 24, 2017 was designated as "Real Heroes Don't Do Drugs Day".
Abby Maulden, Sebastian Hancock, Addie Baker, Brayden Fitzgerald show their support of Red Ribbon Week at ACES by wearing superhero costumes for "Real Heroes Don't Do Drugs" Day. (Photo Submitted by Debbie Cowan)
A Proclamation is signed declaring October 23-27, 2017 as Red Ribbon Week in Adair County.
Adair County School staff, Robbie Harmon, Sarah Dean and Debbie Cowan join Deputy Judge Executive Andrea Waggener and students Jay Harmon, Colt King, Cooper King, Tyler Grant, Molly Froedge, Virginia Willis and George Willis in signing a proclamation declaring the week of October 23rd - 27th as Red Ribbon Week for Adair County. (Photo Submitted by Debbie Cowan)
Submitted By: Debbie Cowan, ACES Family Resource Center Coordinator