Red Ribbon Week
Student Council has been very busy planning some fun activities for the student body.
Start shopping in your closet, your parents’ closet, your grandparents’ closet for all of these fun upcoming days! Spirit stickers can be earned for participation during the month of October to earn treats & prizes.
Monday, October 24 – I Pledge to be Drug Free
Sign a Drug Free poster to show your commitment and support of being drug free!
Tuesday, October 25 – I Can, You Can, We Can Be Drug Free
Bring a can of food to school to give to charity, and to show how you can be drug free and earn a spirit sticker!
Wednesday, October 26 – Peace Out to Drugs
Wear appropriate length shorts/shirts, bellbottoms, tie dye shirts, high-waisted bottoms, closed toe platforms, fro wigs, and/or fun sunglasses to earn a spirit sticker!
Thursday, October 27 – Sock It To Drugs
Wear your wackiest, mismatched, and craziest (school appropriate) pair of socks, to earn a participation spirit sticker!
Friday, October 28 – Celebrate Red Ribbon Week
Be scary, be cool, and be different. Wear your costume for Halloween, but make sure it is school appropriate. Guidelines for this dress day are on the back. You may also wear your college shirt or just a Halloween shirt with your uniform bottoms.
*Due to the troubling, yet unsubstantiated social media portrayals of clowns as dangerous, no clown costumes, make-up, or wigs may be worn at school. Thank you!
Stickers earned during the week for participation should be placed on the inside cover of your planner.
A treat will be given to students who earn at least 6 out of 8 stickers from Red Ribbon Week, Breast Cancer Awareness Day, Stomp Out Bullying Day, and Patriotic Day.
All students with 2 or more points will not be allowed to participate in the dress up days.
Check the point list with Mr. Buggs to be sure you have all your points worked off prior to each dress day and the Halloween Activity Day on Friday October 28, 2016
Monday, October 31 – Halloween
Students may wear a Halloween themed shirt with uniform bottoms. This is not a free dress day.
Tuesday, November 8 – Patriotic Day
Wear appropriate red, white, and blue clothes to show your American Pride!
Guidelines for Halloween Costumes
Please remember that you may not paint your whole face, wear a mask, or wear any inappropriate costume. Do not bring any prop weapons, they are not permitted and will be taken away. If you are dressed inappropriately you will be sent to change. Your costume must allow you to sit in your desk, and no full body suits are allowed. District dress code applies.
- Due to the troubling, yet unsubstantiated social media portrayals of clowns as dangerous, no clown costumes, make-up, or wigs may be worn at school. Thank you!
Activity Day Bell Schedule
Advisory 9:00 – 9:10
Period 1 9:15 – 9:58
Period 2 10:03 – 10:46
Period 3 10:51 – 11:34
Period 4 11:39 – 12:22
Lunch 12:22 – 12:57
Period 5 1:02 – 1:45
Period 6 1:50 – 2:33
Activity 2:33 – 3:40