BEAR FACTS: Belvedere says no to drugs during Red Ribbon Week

  • Thursday, November 7, 2013


Red Ribbon Week at Belvedere Elementary School was Oct. 29 through Nov. 1. This week stressed the importance of not doing drugs. It is not good to do drugs because they can make you very sick.

Red Ribbon Week helped us be prepared to be drug free. If anybody asks you to do drugs, say, “I’m too smart to make my brain dark!”

If people take drugs that is their decision, but my decision is to stay smart and not let my brain get dark. Red Ribbon Week helped us to remember not to do drugs.

Red Ribbon Week was fun and cool. On Tuesday, we got Smarties because we are smart to say no to drugs. We also wore Western clothes to “Give Drugs the Boot.”

On Wednesday, we wore team jerseys to “Team Up Against Drugs!”

On Thursday, we wore red to be “Red-y” to be drug free. We wore camouflage or animal print shirts to “Be Wild about Being Drug Free,” on Friday. Red Ribbon Week at Belvedere Elementary was awesome.


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