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Next week is Red Ribbon Week!!


Here are our current plans...

1. New MADD- Alcohol & Marijuana Drug-Free Assembly on Monday, 10/30 during period 2.

Teachers with last names: B-K = Assembly 10:50-11:20am

Teachers with last names: L-W= Assembly 11:25-11:55am


2. On Monday, 10/30, every period 1 teacher will receive a class set of Red Ribbons. Each Red Ribbon will have a number on it. 


3. Red Ribbon numbers will be called out each day for the entire week.  Students whose numbers were called can pick up their Red Ribbon prizes from Mrs. Claudia (counseling office) either at lunch or after school.




Monday, October 30, 2017 - Wear Red Day

“Wear red to show you are ready to take a stand against drugs!”

Wear red from head to toe

MADD Drug-free Assembly during 2nd period


Tuesday, October 31, 2017 - Halloween Costume

(dress code still applies and will be strictly enforced)

 “Show your school spirit for being drug-free!”

Costumes must be school appropriate, no weapons, no clowns


Wednesday, November 1, 2017 - Pajama Day

“Relax and Be Drug-Free!”

Wear any comfy clothes


Thursday, November 2, 2017 - Sports Jersey Day

“Slam Dunk! Drugs are Junk!”

Wear any sport related gear


Friday, November 3, 2017 - Crazy Hair Day

“You would be crazy to ever take drugs!”

Wear your hair in a crazy color or style


Rancho Minerva's ASB and Vista Teen Outreach are joining together to help our students throughout the year. 


Vista Teen Outreach is a non-profit organization run by community volunteers. Through Vista Teen Outreach, hungry students are allowed to receive a backpack or bag of food and personal hygiene items free of charge throughout the school year.


Through ASB, any student in need of clothing, school supplies and/or snacks are welcome to see their school counselor or Liaison.


For more information about volunteer opportunities or donation needs,

please visit their website at www.vistateenoutreach.org.