Red Ribbon Week is the oldest and largest drug prevention campaign in the country. This year AISD schools will celebrate Red Ribbon Week during October 27 – 31, 2014. At Stevenson, we want to take a stand for the hopes and dreams of our students by encouraging them to learn who they are and how they can become better. During P.E. classes, the students will be participating in a variety of activities that demonstrate Good Character, Drug Awareness, and Staying Safe. The message this year is “LOVE YOURSELF; BE DRUG FREE”.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 27 Students wear Red. Message: I AM CARING! The students receive a Red Ribbon to wear during the week. Students will learn about why Red Ribbon Week is celebrated and how to become a more caring person. Caring Traits: being kind, compassionate, express gratitude, forgive others and help people in need.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28 Students wear Yellow and sunglasses. Message: I AM RESPECTFUL; MY FUTURE IS BRIGHT! Respect is following the Golden Rule—treating others the way you would want to be treated, using good manners.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29 Students wear Green and a cap or hat. Message: I AM TRUSTWORTHY; I do what I say I am going to do! Trustworthy Traits: be honest, have courage to do the right thing.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30 Students wear Orange. Message: I AM FAIR AND “ORANGE” YOU GLAD YOU ARE TOO! Fairness Traits: play by the rules, take turns and share, treat people fairly.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31 Students wear their favorite Super Hero T-shirt. Message: I AM A GOOD CITIZEN AND MY SUPER POWER IS_________! Citizenship Traits: make your school and community better, be a good person, obey the rules.