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Drug Free Week, Feb. 11-15

posted Feb 4, 2013, 12:36 PM by Don Hasegawa

DRUG FREE WEEK (flyer available in download section below)

February 11-15, 2013
Student Activities


Monday “Team up against Drugs”

Students are encouraged to dress as their favorite athlete or as a

participant in a healthy after school activity. Football, cheerleader,

choir, dancer, hula, zumba, soccer, baseball, volleyball, basketball,

etc… Classes will come to the café before SFA/Math to sign their

names as they pledge to stay drug free. 8:00 grades 5-6, 8:10

grades 1-2, 8:20 grades 3-4, 8:30 Kindies. When your grade level is

finished you may begin SFA/Math.


Tuesday “Drugs give you a royal pain”

Pre K-2 grade students will be given a crown to decorate. They may

wear them to lunch on Tuesday or save it for Thursday. The theme will

be written on one side. Grade 3-6 will have a word seek to complete

about Hawaiian, Tongan and Britain’s royal families. A game called

Headbands will also be included. Thrones will be on display in the

cafeteria on Monday, February 11, 2013.


Wednesday “I CAN make a difference: love-in-a-can food drive”

Students are encouraged to bring in cans of food. There will be a competition

between the grade-levels on the weight of food collected. During

lunch recess there will be an activity on the basketball courts using

the cans to build things.


Thursday “Hugs not Drugs”

Valentine grams and Parent Luncheon

It’s a hug your Keiki/Parent Day. Take the time to wish everyone a Happy

Valentine’s Day, don’t forget to support the Student Council, Sound Crew,

Flag Crew, and buy Valentine grams. Sale ends at 8:00 a.m.


Friday “Feel the rainbow of a Drug-Free life”

Students are encouraged to bring an old white tee-shirt that they can

change into just before the activity or one that can get colored as they

walk through a gauntlet of colorful bubbles and spray bottles. This activity

will take place during the last 15 minutes of the day on the sidewalk

connecting B building and the Library

Don Hasegawa,
Feb 4, 2013, 12:37 PM