Hamilton schools to observe Red Ribbon Week

Hamilton School District students, staff and families will observe Red Ribbon Week that will occur Oct. 24 – 28 with a variety of activities at school. Activities highlight the fight against drugs, good choices and healthy habits.Red-Ribbon-Week

Lannon Elementary School, 7145 N. Lannon Road, Lannon
Monday, Oct. 24 –
• Daily theme – “Red Ribbon Week”
• Students are invited to wear red clothing and will receive a sticker.

Tuesday, Oct. 25 –
• Daily theme – “You are what you eat”
• Students are invited to bring a healthy snack.

Wednesday, Oct. 26 –
• Daily theme – “Work Out Wednesday”
• Students are invited to wear workout clothes and participate in exercise at the start of the school day.

Thursday, Oct. 27 –
• Daily theme – “Believe it…Achieve it”
• Students are invited to wear red, white and blue clothing. There will be an Olympic assembly.

Friday, Oct. 28 –
• Daily theme – “Jump to it!”
• Students are invited to wear Lannon spirit wear and will receive a jump rope.

Maple Avenue Elementary School, W240 N6059 Maple Avenue, Sussex
Maple Avenue will continue its welcome back theme of “The Energy Bus” into Red Ribbon Week with the following themes and activities.

Monday, Oct. 24 –
• Daily theme – “Fuel your brain with lots of sleep”
• Students are invited to wear pajamas.

Tuesday, Oct. 25 –
• Daily theme – “Fuel your passion”
• Students are invited to wear their favorite sporting, activity or team clothing.

Wednesday, Oct. 26 –
• Daily theme – “Fuel your heart”
• Students are invited to wear red.

Thursday, Oct. 27 –
• Daily theme – “Fuel your future”
• Students are invited to dress up to represent their future career goal.

Friday, Oct. 28 –
• Daily theme – “Fuel your body with exercise”
• Students are invited to wear harvest clothing and be ready for the Harvest Stomp.

Marcy Elementary School, W180 N4851 Marcy Road, Menomonee Falls
The Marcy Red Ribbon Week theme is “YOLO! You Only Live Once – Be Drug Free!” Banners will be displayed in the front lobby. Making healthy choices for our bodies is the message throughout the year.

Monday, Oct. 24 –
• Students and staff are invited to wear red clothing in support of creating a drug-free community

Wednesday, Oct. 26 –
• Daily theme – “I elect to be healthy”
• Students and staff are invited to wear red, white and blue clothing in honor of the election year

Woodside Elementary School, W236 N7465 Woodside Road, Sussex
“YOLO You Only Live Once – Live Well!” is the Red Ribbon Week theme at Woodside. All Woodside students will receive a silicone PAWS bracelet with a healthy, drug-free message. The PAWS acronym stands for Practice respect, Act responsibly, Woodside friends, Safety always. Students will also have an opportunity to earn a red ribbon token by completing a Healthy Habits at Home chart.

Monday, Oct. 24 –
• Daily theme – “Mindfulness Monday!”
• Students are invited to wear red and will learn how focusing their attention can help at school.

Tuesday, Oct. 25 –
• Daily theme – “Healthy sleep habits”
• Students will learn how many hours of sleep are needed and what they should do to have a good night’s sleep.

Wednesday, Oct. 26 –
• Daily theme – “Healthy eating”
• There will be a discussion about healthy foods and how to have a balanced diet.

Thursday, Oct. 27 –
• Daily theme – “Exercise”
• The role of exercise in emotional and physical health will be reviewed.

Friday, Oct. 28 –
• Daily theme – “Healthy friendships”
• Students will discuss how friendships help us live well and how Woodside’s “WE B4 Me “ slogan relates to friendship.

Templeton Middle School, N59 W22490 Silver Spring Drive, Sussex
Templeton Middle School students will learn about REAL (Refuse, Explain, Avoid/Alternative, Leave) drug refusal skills. Discussions will take place Oct. 24 -27 in advisement followed by a student skit to be performed on Oct. 28. A bulletin board has been decorated communicating effective refusal skills.