Red Ribbon Week, October 23-31, is an important program that educates students about the dangers of substance abuse and the damage it can cause to themselves, as well as to their families and friends. This year’s theme is "Drug Free Looks Like Me."
Every year, the California State Assembly celebrates by providing students with educational drug prevention materials. However, this year as students are learning remotely, Assemblymember Cervantes is proud to continue her efforts to provide age-appropriate, virtual resources that teachers, students, and their families, can enjoy at home. Below, you will find a curated package of downloadable activity and coloring pages, as well as virtual backgrounds.
We would love to see the many ways you will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week! Please feel free to post a photo to social media and use the hashtags: #RedRibbonWeek #AD60RedRibbonWeek #DrugFreeLooksLikeMe
Coloring and Activity Pages
Additional materials available through the California State Assembly can be found here.