SCHOOL NEWS AND EVENTS
Celebrating Red Ribbon Week
October 23 - October 27
Next week, the students and staff of Willard School will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week. Red Ribbon Week is the oldest and longest drug prevention campaign in the country. Since it’s beginning in 1985, the campaign has touched the lives of millions of people around the world. Willard School views Red Ribbon Week as another opportunity to encourage our
students to follow the Willard Code of Conduct.
- Are Responsible
- Are Kind
- Stay Safe
- Make Things Better
During the week, student announcers will read messages about why making good choices is important. Students will participate in classroom activities emphasizing the code of conduct.
In recognition of Red Ribbon Week the following will take place:
Tuesday- October 24th - Students are invited to wear any Willard shirt or school
colors (blue and white).
Wednesday- October 25th - Everyone is encouraged to wear red. Students and staff
receive ribbons to wear.
Friday- October 27th - “Making things better is no sweat!” Students are encouraged
to wear a sweatshirt to school.