Last Day of Red Ribbon Week


Friday is the last day of Red Ribbon Week, and the students have really enjoyed the activities.  We are asking students to wear a costume letting others know that Drugs Don’t Scare Us. Remember that costumes must still follow guidelines. No masks, handheld props, or makeup.  We are going to be in for a fun day!

Wear a Hat or Cap

kids_with_hats_clip_art_25301It’s Thursday of Red Ribbon Week already! Today students are asked to wear a hat or cap to show their commitment to be 100% Drug-Free.  Most of the White Oak students have actively participated in each of the Red Ribbon activities this week. Thank you also to all of the parents for making it possible to get this message out to our children.

Hats off to all of you!

Dress Like a Friend/Favorite Teacher

18-married-inside Wednesday is Dress Like a Friend or Dress Like Your Favorite Teacher Day.  You are sure to feel like as if you are seeing double if you just look around.  Lots of students have been planning on dressing like their favorite teachers. Some friends have paired up to dress alike.  It should be a fun Red Ribbon Drug Free kind of day.

Tuesday Sweatpants and School Shirt

spOn Tuesday of Red Ribbon Week, students are asked to wear sweatpants and a school shirt. It does not have to be a White Oak school shirt. It can be any kind of school shirt.  This will be a casual way of letting others know that we are not going to sweat it. We will remain drug free here at White Oak Elementary.

Paired Up to Be – Drug Free!


Are my eyes deceiving me? I found a pair of students who got creative in their quest to wear RED today.  It isn’t even “Dress Like a Friend Day” but these girls always stick together.  Thanks to all our students for their participation in Red Ribbon Week.

Be sure to wear your ribbon and red bracelet every day for a chance to win a prize from Mrs. Maines on Friday.