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CES students celebrate Red Ribbon Week

Campbellsville Elementary School students celebrated Red Ribbon Week this week with several special events.

 

Red Ribbon Week is the largest drug prevention campaign in the country, and serves as a way for students to take a stand against illegal drugs.

 

This year, Red Ribbon Week was Oct. 23-27.

 

Events included special dress up days and other activities.

 

On Monday, CES students wore wear red, white and blue for Drug Free America Day.

 

Tuesday was camouflage and green day, with students encouraged to not let drugs pollute their lives and to join the fight against drugs.

 

Wednesday, students dressed for the career they would like to have or the college they support, knowing that, if they are drug free, they can do and be anything they want.

 

On Thursday, CES students teamed up against drugs by wearing school colors.

 

And on Friday, students wore superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

 

Each day during the week, CES students wore red ribbons and recited the “Just Say No” pledge.

 

Prizes were given to students throughout the week.

 

To go along with Red Ribbon Week, CES sponsored a canned food drive for the Campbellsville/Taylor County Ministerial Association Food Pantry. The class that brings in the most cans will win a prize.

 

Last school year, more than 1,250 cans were collected.

 

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

 

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

 

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

 

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

 

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

 

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

 

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

 

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

 

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

 

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

 

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

 

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

 

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

 

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

 

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

 

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

 

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

 

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

 

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

 

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

 

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

 

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

 

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

 

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

 

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

 

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.

CES students and teachers wear superhero clothing, because superheroes don’t do drugs.





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