Red Ribbon Week
CROWN POINT | Recently, Winfield Elementary School students and staff donned crazy socks to “Sock it to Drugs” during Red Ribbon Week.
CROWN POINT | The Crown Point Community School Corporation Board of School Trustees presented a Commendation Award to Alexandra Baloski, a Crown Point High School sophomore, for winning the Red Ribbon Week Poster Contest sponsored by the Lake County Substance Abuse Council.
MERRILLVILLE | Last week schools across the country celebrated Red Ribbon Week.
Portage Township Schools actively participates in the National Red Ribbon Campaign each October. This year’s theme is “A Healthy Me is Drug Free.”
DUNELAND | Jackson Elementary School students in Abby Collins’ first grade class finished discussing the Drug Free pledge and habits that keep them happy in honor of Red Ribbon Week.
PORTAGE | Jackie Sterling looked out at the some 150 students from the steps of City Hall here Monday afternoon.
Porter County will get a jump on its annual anti-drug Red Ribbon Campaign with a kick-off at 10 a.m. Monday at Portage City Hall, 6070 Central Ave.
MUNSTER | Irene Tsakopoulos, a fourth grader at Frank H. Hammond Elementary School, was recently awarded the grand prize in the Munster Police Department and Munster CHOICE Community Council’s Annual Red Ribbon Week Poster Contest.
CEDAR LAKE | Hanover Central Middle School recently celebrated Red Ribbon Week.
CEDAR LAKE | Jane Ball Elementary School is dedicated to teaching students to be drug-free. They are celebrating Red Ribbon Week this week. Ms. Maggie Ryan, the art teacher at Jane Ball, worked with each grade level to create a banner with a unique “drug-free” theme.
VALPARAISO | Eager students gathered Monday outside the Porter County Administration Center called out what they wanted to be when they grow up.
HOBART | Retro Bill will be presenting two shows for the School City of Hobart’s Elementary School Students on October 24 at Hobart Middle School, 36 East 8th St. in the auditorium The first show will start at 10 a.m. and the second starting at 11a.m. He will be supplying our youth with safe…
HOBART | Retro Bill, a television and radio celebrity based in California, presents two shows for Hobart students on Wednesday.
MUNSTER | The Munster Police Department and CHOICE Community Council are holding a Red Ribbon Week Poster Contest.
MUNSTER | The Munster Police Department and CHOICE Community Council recently held Munster's Annual Red Ribbon Week Poster Contest this past October for all of the students in Munster's public and parochial schools. The purpose of the contest was to raise awareness about Red Ribbon Week alon…
CHESTERTON | Chesterton Middle School hosted a poster contest for Red Ribbon Week. All students participated by making a poster with an anti-drug slogan.
MICHIGAN CITY | Michigan City Area Schools students celebrated Red Ribbon Week October 24-28, emphasizing the importance of safe and drug-free schools. At many buildings students took part in coloring or essay contests, or joined in on theme days such as "Look too Sharp" to do drugs (wear yo…
PORTAGE | Jones Elementary School students put a lid on drugs for Red Ribbon Week.I
PORTAGE | Jones Elementary School has joined the nation in celebrating Red Ribbon Week to fight drugs.
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