Red Ribbon Week
Hancock North Central Elementary will be taking part in a week long, district-wide program called Red Ribbon Week. Red Ribbon Week was designed to create an awareness concerning the problems related to the use of tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs. The national theme this year is “YOLO(you only live once). Be Drug Free.” Red Ribbon Week started in 1985 as a means of honoring D.E.A. agent Enrique Camarena, who lost his life in the line of duty. Today, Red Ribbon Week has grown into a national observance- a time for schools and communities across the nation to come together in the fight against drugs. At HNCE, we will focus on the many aspects of health and safety. You can take advantage of this time to open a dialogue at home and discuss issues like peer pressure and making the right choices for a healthy future.
HNCE Red Ribbon Week Activities
Monday, October 24: Too Tired to Worry About Drugs (PJ Day)
Tuesday, October 25: Drugs are Not a Winning Game (Favorite team shirt/jersey/school spirit shirt)
Wednesday, October 26: Too Bright for Drugs (Bright colored clothing)
Thursday, October 27: Boot Out Drugs (Western Wear)
Friday, October 28: Happy, Happy, Happy! To be Drug Free! (Camouflage)
*If students are not dressed in clothing which adheres to the corresponding daily theme, they must wear uniform attire.