|2016 Red Ribbon Week||
Red Ribbon Week will be celebrated during the week of October 24-28. Red Ribbon Week is celebrated to raise awareness of the dangers of substance abuse. It originated as a result of the efforts of "Kiki" Camarena. Camerena was a Mexican immigrant to California, a Marine veteran who became a special agent with the Drug Enforcement Agency to help stop the drug trade into the United States.
Levelland ISD Students and staff are encouraged to participate in any or all of the special events for the week.
|Monday, October 24||
Mustaches and Red Ribbons given out at School
|"I 'mustache' you not to do drugs!"|
|Tuesday, October 25||Wear neon and/or sunglasses||"Too bright for drugs"|
|Wednesday, October 26||Wear red, white, and blue||“Voting for my future to be drug free”|
|Thursday, October 27||Wear college or school shirts||"Too smart to start!"|
|Friday, October 28||Wear a costume||"Say BOO to drugs!"|
Friday, October 28 will also be an early out for Levelland ISD campuses.