CRESSKILL, N.J. – Students at Cresskill's Edward H. BryanSchool will spend the week making a fashionable statement against drug use.
Each day of the school's "Red Ribbon Week" represents a different message –and clothing choice – to identify students at those who are against drug use.
Monday, students will wear jeans to make the statement I’m a “JEAN-ius –I’m Drug Free! "
On Tuesday, students are asked to wear sunglasses to "Shade Out Drugs."
Wednesday, the school will "Team Up Against Drugs" by wearing sports apparel. And on Thursday mismatched clothes will show that students won't let drugs mix them up.
Red Ribbon Week wraps on Friday, when students Bryan School will say "Boo!" to drugs by wearing their Halloween costumes in the afternoon.
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