Red Ribbon Week 2017



Red Ribbon Week 2017
Morning Announcements

Tuesday, October 24th:

Good morning Mansfield students, faculty and staff:

We are Mansfield Peer Mediators. Welcome to our second day of our Red Ribbon Week celebration. We hope that everyone wore their favorite sports team attire!

Saying “NO” to drugs is a great way to show good character. Drugs change the way you think, act, and feel. They make you do things that a person of good character would not do. You can say “NO” to drugs by practicing the character traits of respect and responsibility.

Show respect by being polite and considerate to others. Show respect to yourself, too! Always be the best that you can be. Turn your back on drugs. They keep you from being as smart and as strong as you are able to be.

You are being responsible when you do what you are expected to do. Drugs can cloud your mind and make you sick or sleepy. They make it hard to do things like schoolwork and chores. Always make the responsible choice by saying “NO” to drugs and “YES” to healthy things!

Wednesday, October 25th:

Good morning Mansfield students, faculty and staff:

We are Mansfield Peer Mediators. Welcome to “Sock It to Drugs” Day! We hope everyone wore their craziest socks!!
Two more character traits that will help you say “NO” to drugs are caring and citizenship. Caring means being helpful and kind to others. One way to care for yourself is by saying “NO” to drugs. Drugs can harm your mind and body in many ways.
Good citizenship means doing your best for your school, community, and country. Illegal drugs are against the law for anyone to use. A good citizen obeys the law. Show good citizenship by pledging to stay drug-free!


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