Our theme for today's Red Ribbon Week was"Peace Out Drugs," where students were encouraged to wear their tie-dye bracelets and/or tie-dye clothes. I was in awe with the number of students wearing tie-dye today! It was such a beautiful sight. Having spirit days like this one is such a simple and fun way to actively involve students in supporting a healthy school and community.
Below is a picture of the bracelets we got the students (I wish I took more photos today, but time wasn't on my side). The bracelets are reversible and with quotes on both sides. We ordered these bracelets from Positive Promotions and they're pretty quick with delivery. Just remember to order them early or else your favorites will be sold out!
It's almost here! With Red Ribbon Week rearing its fabulous head, Little Chico Creek student leadership has been working hard to create a fun-filled week to promote awareness. Below you will see our schedule for the week of October 26-30. Get ready to show your commitment to supporting a drug-free school and community!
Question of the week: How do you say no to drugs?
Parents, have you been introduced to the 12 tools? Here at LCC, students are taught 12 important tools that they can use at school and home. Does the breathing tool ring a bell? What about the quiet and safe play? Below you will see the 12 tools that students (starting in kindergarten) will be introduced to. Each tool is associated with a certain hand signal.
Goal of the week: Learn at last 5 tools and play a quick game of Toolbox charades with your child(ren)!
Ms. Tran's Corner
Hi! You found it! Here you will find my random thoughts and updates/happenings at our school, Little Chico Creek.
It is the mission of
Little Chico Creek School to: