Oct. 22 to 26 was Red Ribbon Week in Brighton. All four of our schools had special theme days.
One of the themes at Council Rock Primary School was “B Healthy.” Students decorated a Brighton B to illustrate the healthy choices that they will make in their lives. Council Rock students also signed a Red Ribbon Week pledge poster that will be displayed outside of their classrooms.
The pledge says, “In support of Red Ribbon week, I pledge to grow up safe and healthy. I will love myself and treat others the way I expect to be treated. I understand that it is important to eat healthy foods and exercise. I will show friends and family ways to be kind and make healthy choices.”
One of the themes at FRES and TCMS was ‘B’ a good friend, post-it style. Students and staff wrote kind thoughts and inspirational messages on post-it notes and put it on someone’s locker.
Other themes included: wearing Brighton gear, silly sock day, hats off to healthy choices, wearing red, and BHS students wearing college and career apparel because “Brighton Believes in Future Fridays.”