Red Ribbon Week 2019
Send a message. Stay Drug Free.
Red Ribbon Week is upon us again!
Red Ribbon Week is an alcohol, tobacco and other drug and violence prevention awareness campaign observed annually in October in the United States. Bremond’s High School Student Council Organization (StuCo) implements this campaign throughout the campuses.
They will talk to the children in BISD about the dangers of drug abuse.
They will talk about the importance in setting clear rules about not using drugs.
They will set a good example for the children by not using illegal drugs or medicine without a prescription.
And they will encourage family and friends to follow the same guidelines to keep children safe from substance abuse.
Bremond celebrates this campaign and students pledge to stay drug free by participating in a themed spirit week from October 28th to Nov. 1st.
The themes are as follows:
Monday Oct. 28th - Twin Day – “Double up against drugs!”
Tuesday Oct. 29th – Tik Tok & Emoji Day - "Get digital, and get down against drugs!"
Wednesday Oct. 30th – Wacky Wednesday - “Show off your style... funky, colorful & drug-free!”
Thursday Oct. 31st – Character Day - “Show your drug-free character!”
Friday Nov. 1st – Red Day – “School Spirited Tigers Don't Need Drugs to Win!”
If students wish to participate in dressing up for Red Ribbon Week, they must be in dress code as outlined in the student handbook. For example, all hats, movie/TV characters, outfits etc. must be school and morally appropriate. Please direct questions to your son/daughters homeroom teacher before the spirit week.