Wallace Middle School | Celebrating Being Drug-Free During Red Ribbon Week

A group of students are pictured wearing travel clothing..During the last week of October, Wallace Middle School celebrated being drug free with several fun activities.  On October 30, Chief of Police Tony Sullivan came to WMS to present “Drugs are Ugly” to eighth grade students.

Students were enlightened on the negative effects that come from using drugs and alcohol.  WMS hosted dress up days with themes for each day. Monday was Decade Day with the slogan, “Let’s Make Drugs History”; Tuesday was Favorite Sports Team Day with the slogan, “Team up against Drugs and Alcohol”; Wednesday was Tacky Tourist Day with the slogan, “Life is Your Journey, Travel Drug Free”; Thursday was Pajama Day with the slogan, “Put Drugs and Bullying to Rest”; and Friday was Red Shirt Day with the slogan, “Red-ee to be Drug Free”.  Students were also able to win prizes daily by pledging they would be drug free.  Students and staff had fun while learning the importance of staying away from drugs and alcohol.

Contact Person: 
Amanda Patterson