Humble ISD Red Ribbon Week Wrap-Up
October 24-28 Humble ISD celebrated Red Ribbon Week! Red Ribbon Week is an annual campaign to recognize the importance of drug prevention for students' futures. Throughout the week students around the district made a commitment to live drug-free lives. Check out a few of our schools unique ways of celebrating Red Ribbon Week below.
Pictured Above: Eagles Springs Elementary students are dressed for their future careers. They can be anything they want to be if they are drug free. (From Left to Right) Teacher, Botanist, Scientist, President, Secret Service, Movie Star, Super Mom, Police Woman, Servicemen, and a Veterinarian.
Pictured Above: Shadow Forest Elementary students and staff are dressed to scare drugs away.
Pictured Above and Below: Atascocita Middle School Students join the fight against drugs during Red Ribbon Week!
Pictured Above: Hidden Hollow Elementary students put a cap on drugs during Red Ribbon Week!
Pictured Above and Below: Atascocita High School students wear Hawaiian attire to remind their peers to "Lei off Drugs."
Pictured Above: Mrs. Collier's second-grade class is sporting mix-match clothes as a reminder to never get mixed up in drugs.
Pictured Above: Willow Creek Elementary School students take a break from their bike rodeo because they "Mustache you not to do drugs."
Pictured Above: Oaks Elementary School students and staff wearing their pjs to put drugs to sleep!
Pictured Above: Eagle Springs Elementary School students and staff wearing their favorite sports team jersey to Team Up against Drugs.