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Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Even the Cat Wore Red!

Red Ribbon Week is always an event-filled week.
It is always the week of Halloween so excitement
is already in the air. Add a week's worth of
activities and a Fall Festival and it all equals FUN!
We hope you enjoy the pictures of our Red
Ribbon Week...so far! Stay tuned...more to come
later.


Monday was "Sock It To Drugs Day."

These students were happy to show off their

crazy socks on Sock It To Drugs Day!


This picture and the one below displays some
of the posters created by 2nd & 4th grade students
for Tuesday's "Say "Boo" To Drugs Day."





The two pictures above were taken this
morning in Mrs. Armstrong's class. A cat
followed her kindergarten owner to school and
decided she was older than that so she crept up
to the main building and entertained Mrs.
Armstrong's students for a while. And, she
happened to be wearing a sparkling red collar.
How appropriate; today was Wear Red Day!
Thank you, Mrs. Bailey for taking our photo!


Mrs. Hodnett, our wonderful secretary and
friend, likes to follow directions. She wore red, too!
I guess it is a good thing it is Halloween!
They say great minds think alike and
Mrs. Armstrong and Mrs. Bittle
thinking alike is a very scary thing!
I bet Mrs. Pattie Thomas agrees, too!
Thank you Officer Thornton and partner! Our
students are more informed about the dangers
of alcohol and drugs because of the time you
both took to talk to them. Who knows? A
child may choose to take a different path in
life because of the activities and lessons taught
this one week of the year!

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