Last November, we updated you on La Jolla High Schools recent participation in cancer awareness week, No-Shave November, and anti-bullying week. This upcoming week, LJHS will be partaking in Anti-Drug week by promoting the dangerous effects of drugs, alcohol, and tobacco.
Anti-Drug week, commonly known as Red-Ribbon week, is taking place on the school’s campus from January 27th – January 31st. The Associative Student Body will be hosting a wide range of activities to spread awareness. Events include handing out free red-ribbons to students, posting pictures that illustrate the harmful effects of doing drugs, sharing true stories involving teenagers using drugs, and giving “Hugs, Not Drugs”. Students will also be attending a Rachel’s Challenge assembly during the middle of the week. The Rachel’s Challenge assembly celebrates the life of Rachel Scott – the tragic first victim of the Columbine High School Massacre. The assembly covers anti-bullying, but features positive behavior, cultural changes, and how students can live their lives to promote a positive attitude on campus. Anti-Drug week will finish with a school-wide activity on Friday during lunch in the quad.
To find out how you can help La Jolla High School in their fight against drugs, visit redribbon.org. Share your comments and thoughts below.
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