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FUESD schools celebrate Red Ribbon Week promoting a drug-free lifestyle

FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Union Elementary School District (FUESD) is thrilled to take part in Red Ribbon Week, a nationwide initiative designed to champion drug-free and health-conscious lifestyles among students and their families.

From Oct. 23 to Oct. 31, the FUESD community will unite to promote awareness and make a pledge for making wholesome choices.

FUESD schools are gearing up for an action-packed Red Ribbon Week, offering various activities throughout the week. These activities aim to teach students about making healthy choices and how to confidently say no to drugs and other harmful substances.

It's a golden opportunity for our schools to empower our students with knowledge and skills that will serve them well throughout their lives. From informative classroom discussions to fun and interactive events, There will be a diverse range of activities planned to make learning about healthy choices an enjoyable experience.

FUESD invites all Fallbrook families to get involved and encourages them to download and sign the Healthy and Drug-Free Pledge. By taking the Healthy and Drug-Free Pledge, students and their families are not only declaring their dedication to making positive choices but also strengthening the bonds that tie their community together.

As Fallbrook comes together to celebrate Red Ribbon Week, FUESD looks forward to creating a nurturing environment where children can thrive and grow into responsible, drug-free individuals.

The pledge can be downloaded at FUESD.ORG/RedRibbon. A video about Red Ribbon Week can be viewed at https://youtu.be/BAUSXz_b590.

Submitted by Fallbrook Union Elementary School District.

 

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