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Live Oak celebrates Red Ribbon Week

Posted: November 9, 2009 10:44 p.m.
Updated: November 10, 2009 4:55 a.m.
Live Oak students receive high-fives from "Team Soil." Students wore red to represent Live Oak's pledge to remain drug free. Live Oak students receive high-fives from "Team Soil." Students wore red to represent Live Oak's pledge to remain drug free.
Live Oak students receive high-fives from "Team Soil." Students wore red to represent Live Oak's pledge to remain drug free.
A BMX team by the name of "Team Soil" kicked off Live Oak Elementary School's Red Ribbon Week on Oct. 19. The school hosted a series of events from Oct. 19 to Oct. 22 to educate and encourage children to stay away from harmful drugs. A BMX team by the name of "Team Soil" kicked off Live Oak Elementary School's Red Ribbon Week on Oct. 19. The school hosted a series of events from Oct. 19 to Oct. 22 to educate and encourage children to stay away from harmful drugs.
A BMX team by the name of "Team Soil" kicked off Live Oak Elementary School's Red Ribbon Week on Oct. 19. The school hosted a series of events from Oct. 19 to Oct. 22 to educate and encourage children to stay away from harmful drugs.
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We did a lot of events during Red Ribbon Week.

First, on Monday we had the whole school wear red T-shirts to represent Live Oak's pledge to remain drug free.

We enjoyed an awesome BMX show to kick-off Red Ribbon Week. The team's name was "Team Soil."

On Tuesday, we wore sweatshirts and/or sweat pants - the motto for the day was "Drug Free is no Sweat."

On Wednesday, everyone had to wear their clothes inside out. It was really funny to watch people with their clothes inside out!

On Thursday, we wore our favorite team jersey with the motto "Team Up Against Drugs." We also had "Crazy Hair Day" on Thursday and it was extremely crazy! Some people had rollers in their hair!

After all, Red Ribbon Week was really fun! What I learned about Red Ribbon Week is that drugs are bad for you and I know there are lots of people that pressure you to do it, so just walk away.

Drugs are a bad influence, stay drug free!

Kirsty Nguegang is a fifth-grader at Live Oak Elementary School.

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