Zion District 6 Schools Celebrate Red Ribbon Week

  • Beulah Park's Youth Leadership Team is sending a Message to Be Drug Free by putting red ribbons around treesKatrina Wiltse

    Beulah Park's Youth Leadership Team is sending a Message to Be Drug Free by putting red ribbons around treesKatrina Wiltse

 
Paige Phelps
Updated 11/8/2019 10:27 AM

Red Ribbon Week is the oldest and largest drug prevention campaign in the country. Zion District 6 schools celebrated Red Ribbon Week by participating in Spirit Days and activities to unite and take a visible stance against substance abuse. These activities included decorating red ribbons, cleaning the school grounds, wearing red, and even dressing up as favorite book characters to "close the book" on drugs! Our Youth Leadership Teams also planted red tulips in honor of Red Ribbon Week, made posters, tied ribbons around trees, and created their own messages with peers to promote a healthy lifestyle. District 6 schools support a drug-free life. We are thrilled that our students and families were able to participate in our Red Ribbon Week activities.

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