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A Student Perspective: Drug Free is the Key
A Student Perspective: Drug Free is the Key
Danielle Jones
Friday, November 02, 2018

Drug Free is the Key

By Jaxton Lee and Zora Shirley

This year at Robinson Elementary, we had Red Ribbon week on October 22nd through the 26th of 2018.  The days were: crazy sock day, decaid day, crazy hair day, favorite sports day, and red day.  Here's some information.  On crazy hair day Mrs. Coker wore a black wig and she had a brush stuck in her wig- You can tell she dide'nt brush her hair in a few days.  On crazy sock day Lyla wore super long socks that had kittens on them- Super cute! On favorite team day Ashlyn wore a whole soft-ball uniform.  On red day Mrs. McVey wore ALL red- she wore red from head to toe.  A girl Peyton dressed up for decaid day.  She was in the 70's she painted her face and wore glasses and a dress.  We do red ribbon week because it helps teachers and students understand how bad drugs are and the importence of staying drug free.  Remember folks, drug fee is the key!