ARKANSAS CHILDRENS’ HOSPITAL
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NES Drug Awareness Week
October 23-27, 2017
Beginning on Monday, Oct. 23, NES will be participating in “Theme Days” during Drug Awareness Week in an effort to get students involved and excited about leading a drug free life. We will be observing different activities each day of the week. Below are the activities that we have chosen.
MONDAY: “Red Ribbon Day”
To start off our Drug Free Week, our staff would like for the students to wear red clothing. Our ribbons are entitled, “Stay in the Game – Play Drug Free”. The students will be given a red ribbon on Monday morning to wear ALL week. Our students will have our drug free pledge on their desks to read together each morning.
TUESDAY: “Believe, Achieve, Succeed – BULLY FREE & DRUG FREE”
Our staff and students will be given a SWAG dog tag necklace entitled “Students’ Who Achieve Goals DRUG FREE” This necklace will remind them of making smart decisions – Showing good character by helping our school to be drug and bully free. We ask the students to dress in camouflage clothing on this day.
WEDNESDAY: “Drug Free – SAY NO TO DRUGS”
Our students will get a drug free pencil for them to use throughout the week. This will remind them that their future successs depends on making wise choices, such as rejecting drug use. We will have a “PINK OUT” day – everyone will dress in PINK clothing.
THURSDAY: “Good Character Good Choices Drug and Bully FREE”
Our children will receive a drug free bookmark for them to use with their A.R. books on this day. These bookmarks will inspire them to work hard and achieve their full potential if they choose a drug free life. The students will be asked to dress with a crazy hat and crazy socks.
FRIDAY: “Stay in the GAME to be DRUG FREE”
Each student will receive a drug free message sticker. The students will be asked to wear orange and black in support of those mighty SCRAPPERS! Remember – being a SCRAPPER means being able to show good character by saing NO to drugs. Go SCRAPPERS Go!
Please encourage your child to participate in these activities throughout the week. Talk with them about the importance of saying “NO” to harmful drugs and alcohol. By working together, we hope to ensure our children a drug free future.
Mrs. Vanessa Keaster, NES Counselor