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Pledging ‘No’ to Drugs

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Members of Bayport-Blue Point High School’s SADD Club coordinated a weeklong campaign against the use of drugs during Red Ribbon Week, a national campaign aimed at raising awareness about the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse. This year’s theme was “Drug free looks like me.”

Students participated in a spirit week with Monday designated as PJ Day (Follow your dreams…don’t do drugs), Tuesday as sports jersey day (Team up against drugs), and Wednesday as Hawaiian Day (Lei off drugs/alcohol). Thursday was designated as Red Ribbon Day in which SADD representatives handed out red masks and necklaces to students who signed the pledge to stay clear of drugs and alcohol. Students and faculty also signed red ribbons which were hung outside the cafeteria as a reminder to resist drugs and alcohol. On Friday, seniors dressed in Halloween costumes to say “boo” to drugs.
Bayport-Blue Point Eagle