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Paris ISD Celebrates Red Ribbon Week

Pictured Above: Aikin wears tie dye and neon to say “Peace Out to Drugs.” Left to right McKayla Ellis, Jaya’s McFrazier, Hannah Allen, Mrs. Halbert, Kyleigh Tyson

Red Ribbon Week is a nationally recognized campaign that brings millions of people together to raise awareness on alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse and violence prevention, early prevention and treatment services.

Pictured Above: T. G. Givens wears tie dye and neon. Left to right: Julyana Perez, Miguel Luna, Brisa Ibarra, Kimberlin Hernandez, and Mrs. Gallegos.

Paris Independent School District is observing Red Ribbon Week, “Be Kind to Your Mind. Live Drug Free” October 23- 27, 2023. The District celebrates each day with a dress up theme that follows:

Monday, Oct. 23
“We are REaDy to be Drug Free” – Wear Red
Tuesday, Oct. 24
“Say Peace Out to Drugs”- Wear Neon or Tie Dye Clothing
Wednesday, Oct. 25
“Team Up Against Drugs” – Support Your Favorite Sports Team
Thursday, Oct. 26
“Drugs Can’t Find Me” – Wear Camouflage
Friday, Oct. 27
“Wildcats Don’t Touch Drugs” – Wear Wildcat Spirit Gear

The Justiss campus makes a red ribbon on Monday, “We are REaDy to be Drug Free.” Picture taken by Tony Boss