Students Say No to Drugs

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Middle school students pledged to say, “No” to drugs and make healthy choices as they participated in a variety of activities during Red Ribbon Week, held Oct. 24-28.

Throughout the week, students participated in anti-drug and anti-bullying themed days, including Pinky Swear Monday where students painted their pinky nails red and promised to be drug and bully free.

Guest speakers Dr. Andrew Clair, senior medical director at U.S. Medical Affairs, Pain and Neuroscience and police officer Nancy Ward, addressed the students.  

The week culminated with an anti-drug, anti-bullying poster contest.