Red Ribbon Week: October 23rd-27th is Red Ribbon Week; a week where East Fannin Elementary faculty, staff, and students celebrate dreams of becoming successful, hardworking contributors to our community. The week-long event includes dress up days with a positive, future minded approach to academics, college, career, and a drug free life. Students can participate in dress up days, and classroom activities. Below are the activities of the 2017-2018 Red Ribbon Week at East Fannin Elementary:
Monday: “Wear Red Day”—In honor of RED Ribbon Week we will wear red today!
Tuesday: “When I Grow Up!”—students dress up in their favorite career to show that they are planning their future rather than be involved in drugs.
Wednesday: “Put a Cap on Drugs” students wear a hat in support of living a drug- and bully-free life.
Thursday: “College Day”—wear attire from your favorite college or career: one you want to attend or do, one someone you know has attended or done, or one that sounds interesting!
Friday: “I’m going to succeed at school!”—wear Fannin County or East Fannin gear as we commit to do our best in school and stay away from drugs.
Students will participate in classroom guidance activities leading up to the Red Ribbon Week. Discussions will include the purpose and history of RRW. Student will receive ribbons, bookmarks and pencils in recognitions of RRW efforts at EFES.