by Daniel Skora
Red Ribbon Week is the longest running drug prevention program in the United States. Each year it is celebrated on the last full week of October. This year it will be celebrated from October 20-28.
Students Against Destructive Decisions(SADD) will be raising awareness of drugs on the week of Oct. 22-26. A poster will be available in the cafeteria to be signed by students who are against drugs from Oct. 22-24. They will also be hosting a game show during lunch. More information will be released the week of the events.
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