Red Ribbon Week


On Monday, Oct. 25, Emmaus High School’s Kid-to-Kid club will begin its annual Red Ribbon Week to raise drug awareness.

The initiative, part of a national campaign that began in 1985, focuses on educating students and encouraging them to participate in drug prevention activities. As a way to increase student awareness and support the school community, the group is holding theme days for students and staff, so everyone is encouraged to participate by dressing up.

Monday, Oct. 25: Pajama Day will be held to focus on “Don’t Sleep on Sobriety.”

Tuesday, Oct. 26: Tie Dye Day celebrates “Peace Out to Drugs”.

Wednesday, Oct. 27: Dress in neon to observe “Glow Against Drinking & Driving”.

Thursday, Oct. 28: Red clothes support “Get RED of Drugs.”

Friday, Oct. 29: Halloween clothes honor “Scare Away Drugs.”