The Red Ribbon Week decorations were designed by Jennifer Shepherd. She and her committee began working over the summer to create the decor. I can take no credit for any of this-- I simply showed up to help hang some of the decorations for a few hours. All of this amazing Candy Land decor was done by Jennifer and her talented committee.
Here is one of the cars, loaded up the night before decorating began.
And here is the drive up to our school, after all the work was done!
I love all the lollipops- made from pool noodles!
Throughout the school, there are several 'vignettes', with fun phrases to help the kids remember to 'say no to drugs'.
Drugs make you nuts!
Don't chew tobacco, chew gum!
All the lettering was made using glittery, shimmery cards stock paper and a die-cut. All the candy, hand-made too. Needless to say, I am begging Jennifer to let me use all of this again for Teacher Appreciation Week. The jolly ranchers are made from toilet paper rolls!
She also created Candy Land game pieces with QR codes on them. The students can use their ipads to scan the QR codes to learn more about the dangers of drug abuse.
Be a roll model, stay drug free! (the tootsie rolls are made from toilet paper rolls too!)
I am so impressed with our Red Ribbon Week decorations and the women behind it all. Thank you Jennifer Shepherd, Julie Rockaway and the entire fabulous decorating committee for making our school a fun place.
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