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Students » Red Ribbon Week 2020: Oct. 26 - 30 / Say "No" To Drugs Campaign

Red Ribbon Week 2020: Oct. 26 - 30 / Say "No" To Drugs Campaign


Since we are not able to schedule assemblies at this time due to Covid 19 restrictions, we produced a video highlighting the Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office. Red Ribbon Week was observed Oct. 26-30 with dress down opportunities each day (coordinated by our Guidance Counselor, Mrs. Kristy McCright) for students, faculty and staff to show support for our Say “No” to Drugs campaign. Hawk News Team members Tiffany Funderburk, 7th grade and Tashia Quick, 8th grade pre-recorded their questions for Sheriff Dixon and his command staff.  The video was shared with students during their Elective classes.


We believe this was an effective way to help educate our students and community.  Mr. Chad Johnson did a wonderful job producing the video. We appreciate the cooperation of Sheriff JD Dixon and the Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office and the support received from our Principal, Dr. Omoro King and Assistant Principal, Mr. Perry Miller.


Hawks News Team Sponsors: Michelle Medlin and Karen Brock

Monday, Oct. 26: "Voting for My Future to be Drug Free"  (wear Red, White & Blue with uniform bottoms)
Tuesday, Oct. 27: "Red--y to Live Drug Free"   (wear Red with uniform bottoms)
Wednesady, Oct. 28: "From Head to Toe, I am Drug Free"   (crazy hair & socks with uniform top & bottom)
Thursday, Oct. 29: "Peace Out to Drugs"  (wear tie dye / peace signs / sunglasses)  FREE Dress down
Friday, Oct. 30: "All Heroes are Drug Free"  (dress up as your favorite superhero - NO halloween masks are allowed)  FREE Dress down
Clothing worn each day should follow the guidelines listed in the school district dress code policy. NO open-toed shoes and NO crocks.
Please remember that "open midriff" tops means tops that show any part of the body from the top of the chest to the bottom of the waist.  Tops should NOT come up above the top of the pants (this means NO crop tops).
Thursday and Friday (Oct. 29 & Oct. 30) are FREE dress down days for students.
On Friday, NO halloween masks are allowed. Due to Covid 19 restrictions, we are only allowed to wear the face masks that we wear to school every day.
Students who wear inappropriate clothing will be required to change into a uniform for the day.
Attention Virtual Students: We want you to participate too! Dress up each day to match our theme for the day and send your selfies to Mrs. McCright at for us to add to our collection. Pictures will be posted on this page and shared on our FB page. Let's have fun!