Leaders succeed by not bullying & not using drugs. Ochoa students wore their favorite college spirit shirt.
Fannin Red Ribbon Week
Students and staff at Fannin MS ended Red Ribbon Week with crazy hat/crazy hair day to support: Don't Lose Your Head to Drugs. It has been a great week with outstanding student and staff participation to support a YOLO - Drug Free lifestyle.
UTA at Eisenhower for RRW
University of Texas at Arlington supports Red Ribbon Week at excellent Eisenhower. Thank you to Mrs. Haydee Hall and her crew who made possible several hands-on activities for our Cougars to make clear that we love what we do while being drug free because YOLO – You Only Live Once.
Williams Knocks Out Drugs
Wonderful Williams closed out Red Ribbon Week with a bang. Students and staff dressed like superheroes to knock out drugs. Heroes included Captain America, Superman/Woman, Batman and Robin, Wonder Woman, and Misty Knight.
Red Ribbon Week at Eisenhower
Red Ribbon Week at excellent Eisenhower Elementary was abundant of team spirit, storybook characters and heroes with scholars and faculty participation because we do love what we do and we do love being drug free.
Jackson Middle School counselors hosted the Stand4Kind Bully Prevention Rally sponsored by Impact Grand Prairie. The students and staff enjoyed being reminded to stand for kindness with a live band, an artist from Nickelodeon, and a former WWE wrestler.
GPHS RRW Winners
GPHS counselors congratulate the 2016 GPHS Red Ribbon Week Rap/Poem/Essay Contest winners from Mrs. Pfaff's English class. Great job, students.
Reagan Middle School celebrated Red Ribbon Week with many themes each day. The most special day was "You Won't See Reagan Doing Drugs" where the kids wore camouflage. The school also had the privilege of hosting Stand4Kind. It is an assembly that featured live performances from Nini, Chris Hollyfield and Foreign Figures. It was an incredible opportunity for the students to hear from others about the gift of kindness and the effect it has on all of us. Every Reagan Knight would like to thank the GPISD counseling department and Impact Grand Prairie for providing this awesome event for us to enjoy.