Burlington School News: Red Ribbon Week at Burlington School


November 6, 2020

Sixth grade teacher and elementary principal, Stan Peterson, dressed up as Mr. Clean during Red Ribbon Week at Burlington School.

Red Ribbon Week is an annual week-long event held at Burlington for all grades to support anti-drug use. Each day there is a new fun way to dress up and students of all ages participated.

This year snow days affected the first few days of Red Ribbon Week. Wednesday was PJ day, Thursday was "Use Hat/Crazy Hair day and Friday, students wore their Halloween costumes to "Say Boo to Drugs."

Along with dressing up the students also had a door decorating contest where all grades competed to see who could create the best drug free door.

Elementary students also participated in a coloring and poster contest, while junior high and high school created humorous memes to display in the hall to show their drug free spirit.

"Drugs Stink" is the theme of the 2nd place door created by the freshman class at Burlington School for Red Ribbon Week.


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