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CMS students celebrate Red Ribbon Week

Campbellsville Middle School students are celebrating Red Ribbon Week this week with several special events.

 

Red Ribbon Week is the largest drug prevention campaign in the country, and serves as a way for students to take a stand against illegal drugs.

 

This year, Red Ribbon Week is Oct. 23-27.

 

Events include special dress up days and other activities.

 

Monday was United We Stand Against Drugs Day, and students wore red, white and blue.

 

Dress-up winners for the day were sixth-graders Diego Noyola and Ava Hughes, seventh-graders Gavin Morris and Aubrey Young and eighth-graders Isabella Vannice and Brandon Castellano.

 

Tuesday was Don’t Get Tied Down with Drugs Day, and students wore tie-dye items.

 

Dress-up winners for the day were sixth-graders Layla Steen and Elijah Sears-Goin, seventh-graders Alexis Byers, Alysa Howard and Seth Hash and eighth-graders Josh Lucas and Brittany Martin.

 

On Wednesday, students wore camouflage for Be All You Can Be: Drug Free Day.

 

Dress-up winners were sixth-graders Leo Lamer and Margaret Johnson, seventh-graders Cameron Mahan and MaCayla Falls and eighth-graders Adin Hunt and Chloe Anderson.

 

Thursday was Real Heroes Don’t Do Drugs Day, with students wearing superhero items.

 

Dress-up day winners were sixth-graders Alexis Sharp and Dakota Tungate, seventh-graders Seth Hash, Alexis Byers, Jade Wheeler and Briana Davis and eighth-graders Jadan Furman, Kitana Taylor and Christina Miller.

 

And Friday is Team Up Against Drugs Day, and students can wear Campbellsville or team clothing.

 

Students are asked to not paint their faces or color their hair for the dress-up days.

 

On Monday, Oct. 30, a guest speaker from the United States Attorney’s Office will talk to CMS students about drug awareness.

 

Students were given Red Ribbon Week bracelets at the beginning of the week, and those who are wearing them through the week will randomly be given tickets for prizes.

 

For more information about Red Ribbon Week activities, call CMS Guidance Counselor Beth Wiedewitsch at (270) 465-5121.

 

CMS students are celebrating Red Ribbon Week this week with several special events, including dress-up days. Winners for Thursday, which was Real Heroes Don’t Do Drugs Day, were, from left, front, sixth-grader Alexis Sharp, seventh-grader Briana Davis, eighth-grader Jadan Furman and seventh-grader Alexis Byers. Back, seventh-graders Jade Wheeler, eighth-graders Kitana Taylor and Christina Miller, seventh-grader Seth Hash and sixth-grader Dakota Tungate.

CMS students are celebrating Red Ribbon Week this week with several special events, including dress-up days. Winners for Thursday, which was Real Heroes Don’t Do Drugs Day, were, from left, front, sixth-grader Alexis Sharp, seventh-grader Briana Davis, eighth-grader Jadan Furman and seventh-grader Alexis Byers. Back, seventh-graders Jade Wheeler, eighth-graders Kitana Taylor and Christina Miller, seventh-grader Seth Hash and sixth-grader Dakota Tungate.

 

CMS students dress as superheroes for Real Heroes Don’t Do Drugs Day.

CMS students dress as superheroes for Real Heroes Don’t Do Drugs Day.

 

CMS students dress as superheroes for Real Heroes Don’t Do Drugs Day.

CMS students dress as superheroes for Real Heroes Don’t Do Drugs Day.

 

CMS students dress as superheroes for Real Heroes Don’t Do Drugs Day.

CMS students dress as superheroes for Real Heroes Don’t Do Drugs Day.

 

CMS students dress as superheroes for Real Heroes Don’t Do Drugs Day.

CMS students dress as superheroes for Real Heroes Don’t Do Drugs Day.

 

CMS students dress as superheroes for Real Heroes Don’t Do Drugs Day.

CMS students dress as superheroes for Real Heroes Don’t Do Drugs Day.

 

CMS students dress as superheroes for Real Heroes Don’t Do Drugs Day.

CMS students dress as superheroes for Real Heroes Don’t Do Drugs Day.

 

CMS students dress as superheroes for Real Heroes Don’t Do Drugs Day.

CMS students dress as superheroes for Real Heroes Don’t Do Drugs Day.

 

CMS students dress as superheroes for Real Heroes Don’t Do Drugs Day.

CMS students dress as superheroes for Real Heroes Don’t Do Drugs Day.

 

CMS students dress as superheroes for Real Heroes Don’t Do Drugs Day.

CMS students dress as superheroes for Real Heroes Don’t Do Drugs Day.

 

CMS teachers and administrators, from left, Robin Johnson, Amy Knifley, Natalia Warren, Robbilyn Speer, Andrea Gribbins and Jan Speer dress as superheroes for Real Heroes Don’t Do Drugs Day.

CMS teachers and administrators, from left, Robin Johnson, Amy Knifley, Natalia Warren, Robbilyn Speer, Andrea Gribbins and Jan Speer dress as superheroes for Real Heroes Don’t Do Drugs Day.





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