Prince George’s County (yes, that one).
Students at Concord Elementary School in District Heights created a human chain and released balloons Wednesday afternoon as part of a Red Ribbon Week celebration. […]
At Concord Elementary, the balloon release was â€œa way of cementing [studentsâ€™] pledge to stay drug-free,â€ said Principal Carolyn Y. George-Remy. […]
Everyone from kindergarteners to eighth-grade students at Beltsville Academy donned hats, college T-shirts, and goofy socks with loud prints last week in response to themes such as â€œhats off to being drug-freeâ€ or â€œsock it to drugs.â€
Students “too cool” for cocaine and other addictive drugs wore sunglasses to school Wednesday to “shade out” narcotics. […]
Fifth-graders at Fox Elementary School competed in a contest this week in which they wrote a rap song about being drug free
Tuesday: â€œSock it to Drugsâ€ day when students wore â€œwacky socks.â€
Wednesday: â€œLiving Drug Free is no Sweatâ€ day when they wore sweat pants.
Thursday: â€œTeam Up Against Drugsâ€ day when the kids were encouraged to wear gear from their favorite high school, college or pro sports team.