Show your drug free colors and dress in Red, White, & Blue. Wear them together or just wear red. The choice to be drug free is yours. Great choices go with great colors.
Tuesday: Bright/ Neon Day
I am too BRIGHT for drugs so I am rockin’ a bright drug and bully free life.
Wednesday: Superhero Day
Real heroes don’t do drugs or bully. Show your super power by being drug and bully free for life. Dress like your favorite superhero or be creative and invent a new superhero that fights drugs and bullying.
Thursday: Decade Day
Throw-back Thursday. Leave drugs and bullying in the past. Wear clothes from the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s or 90s to show that drugs are old school.
Friday: Spirit Day
Team up against drugs and wear your favorite sports jersey. Show your school spirit by supporting Fayette Tigers, Auburn, or Alabama.
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