National Red Ribbon Week begins Monday, October 25, 2021 and ends Friday, October 29, 2019. The Museum School will join other schools, businesses and communities nationwide in a celebration of commitment to a drug-free, healthy lifestyle.
Red Ribbon Week is a great time to discuss the importance of making good, healthy choices with our students. School-wide activities are planned to make this week meaningful and fun. In honor of Red Ribbon Week, we encourage students to participate in activities each day to promote healthy choices. Please remember to follow school dress code with the
- Monday- “A healthy me is the way to be”
Students have the opportunity to collaborate and create a slogan during homeroom promoting a healthy lifestyle. A google form will be sent out to teachers for homeroom entries. Only one entry per homeroom should be submitted. One K-5 and one middle school winner will be announced on Friday.
- Tuesday- “Sweat out the bad habits”
Students and staff can wear sweat bottoms with uniform tops to promote the benefits of regular exercise. Students will have the opportunity to watch and participate in doing a variety of excerises from a pre-recorded video.
- Wednesday- “Fit challenge”
Students can wear their favorite sneakers as they take turns participating in activities on the field to test their fitness levels during their assigned recess time. The fitness stations will be located outside by the gym. Teachers can determine the order within their grade level.
- Thursday- “Give sweets the boot; eat lots of fruit”
Students will be provided links to websites to help them understand the benefits of eating fruit. Fruit cups will be provided for students.
- Friday- “ Eat right live strong”
In support of pledging to live a healthy lifestyle, students and staff are encouraged to wear red.
Thanks for all you do to support our kids and programs at TMS! Together we can provide a united effort to maintain a healthy, drug-free school and community.