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GWCFC's Red Ribbon Week
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Thursday, November 07, 2019
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Red Ribbon Week at the George Washington Carver Freshman Campus (GWCFC) was October 28 through November 1. Red Ribbon Week is an alcohol, tobacco, and other drug and violence awareness campaign. The GWCFC staff and students received a red ribbon to wear for the week. Each day of the week was a dress up day. Monday was wear Red day, to represent anti-bullying. Tuesday was twin day, students paired up with a friend or friends to match. Wednesday was class-a-treats.

Class-a-treats was a PBIS incentive activity for students who were passing all of their classes. During advisement, there were stations set up around campus and the students went around “trick-or-treating”. There was even a mini haunted house set up in E building by the math department. The students really enjoyed their time. When was the last time you heard about students trick-or-treating around their school?

Thursday was crazy sock day. Last but not least, Friday was favorite team day. The students and staff members wore their favorite team jersey to represent teaming up against drugs. Red Ribbon Week was a fun way to participate in the alcohol, tobacco, and other drug and violence awareness campaign.

 
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