Next week we will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week at Hartland Elementary School! Red Ribbon Week is a week long celebration of living healthy and substance free live that schools across the country participate in. Monday, October 27th, will be “Red-y for a Healthy Life” day, we ask all students and staff members to wear red. Red ribbons will be given out to 6th through 8th grade students at lunchtime to symbolize making healthy choices for their future. Tuesday is “Put a Cap on Drugs” day; students are welcome to wear hats to school to show their support for a substance free life. Wednesday is “Team Up Against Drugs” day; students are encouraged to wear to Jerseys to support Hartland Elementary School being a drug free community. Thursday, our final day of Red Ribbon Week, is “Dreaming of a Healthy Future” day. Students are welcome to wear pajamas to represent their dreams of having a happy and healthy substance free future. Red Ribbon Week is brought to you by the Hartland VKAT program this year; the VKAT program is an educational after school program that promotes health and wellness as well as youth leadership in our community. For more info about VKAT or questions about Red Ribbon Week please email the VKAT advisor, Rachel Williams (Rachel.firstname.lastname@example.org).
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