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SES ~ Family Poster Winners

Stewart Elementary held our annual Family Poster Contest to kick-off Red Ribbon week. The students had to work with their families to design a poster that showed the importance of being drug-free or the importance of helping others recognize the dangers of bullying. The posters were judged on the message and presentation. All posters were awesome and we thank all families who participated. 


We are proud to announce the winners of our Red Ribbon Family Poster contest. First place went to Reid Ricard and his family with their Hate Invaders poster. Big thank you to Roland, Adrianna, and Ryan Ricard for helping Reid with his poster. His poster says, "When we stand together hate doesn't have a chance." In second place was Samuel Treadwell and his mom, Kayme Treadwell with their Be Very Afraid poster. Their poster says, "Be very afraid. Don't rot your brain. Take care of that thing and remain drug free." Awesome message, Kayme and Samuel. And in third place was John Hines and his family. The message was super true and the pictures were perfect. Congratulations, John Hines, John Hines Jr.,and Jocobe. Their poster says, "Free time means fun time. Don't waste it on drugs." Their poster shows all the things someone can do during free time instead of doing drugs- ride a bike, jump on the trampoline, eat dinner with your family, play basketball, go swimming, go bowling, go for a walk, or play video games. 


Thank you to everyone who participated in our contest. "Just as you protect your kids against illnesses like measles, you can help "immunize" them against drug use by giving them the facts before they're in a risky situation. When kids don't feel comfortable talking to parents, they'll seek answers elsewhere, even if their sources are unreliable. And kids who aren't properly informed are at greater risk of engaging in unsafe behaviors and experimenting with drugs." 


"Let your kids know that if they're being bullied or harassed — or see it happening to someone else — it's important to talk to someone about it, whether it's you, another adult (a teacher, school counselor, or family friend), or a sibling."

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