St. Michael School joins the National Campaign to increase awareness about drug prevention and encourage a healthy, drug-free life style for all our students!
Monday, Oct. 27 - GO RED, WHITE AND BLUE
Wear your school uniform with a red, white or blue shirt and/ or a red, white or blue cap to
join other schools in the U.S. and Elect To Be Drug Free!
On Monday, our students will participate in a school-wide assembly with prayer and
activities to help them understand this message. Dr. John Isaac, cardiologist, and parent
of three St. Michael children, will also share how to keep our bodies healthy.
All teachers and students will be invited with their classes to tie red ribbons around trees to demonstrate our powerful message; we are a drug-free school! They will sign pledges and
proudly wear “I Elect To Be Drug-Free” Wrist Bands! Wrist Bands can be worn Oct. 27 - Oct. 31!
Tuesday, Oct. 28 - USE YOUR HEAD, DON'T DO DRUGS!
Wear your wildest or funny hairstyle! Have fun and remember the choice to live drug-free!
Students will receive pencils, stickers and treats all bearing the logo: I Elect To Be Drug Free!
Wednesday, Oct. 27 - SOCK IT TO DRUGS!
Wear your crazy or mismatched socks and let's sock it to drugs!
In keeping with our theme, students, parents and teachers are invited to donate
NEW pairs of socks (men, women or children) to the Hurricane Ike Victims in
Our Lady of Guadalupe parish in Baytown! Please bring the new socks to your homeroom
Oct. 27 - Oct. 31. Class with the biggest donation will be treated to a Popsicle party.
Let's celebrate together!
Ms. Polzer, Counselor