West Brazos Jr. High
HOME OF THE MIGHTY ROUSTABOUTS!
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Margaret Meadows - Principal
Alfred Black - Assistant Principal
Harland Hoppock - Assistant Principal
Monday, October 27: "Friends Don't Let Friends Do Drugs - Twin Day" Students and staff are encouraged to find a twin who can dress alike and identify with.
Tuesday, October 28 "Drugs Can't Find Me" Students and staff are encouraged to wear camo clothing.
Wednesday, October 29 "Be a HERO... not a zero!” ( Don't Do Drugs) Students and staff are encouraged to dress as your favorite SuperHero.
Thursday, October 30 "Lei off Drugs” Hawaiian Day
Friday, October 31 "Scare Away Drugs" Dress up for Halloween (No masks, must comply with dress code).
Thank you for your participation and support of Red Ribbon Week!
Red Ribbon Week came into existence as the result of the tragic death of Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent Enrique "Kiki" Camarena in 1985. Friends and family in his hometown of Calexico, California, started a movement to honor him. Camarena Clubs were formed in which members pledged to live drug free. A red ribbon became the symbol of this fight against drug abuse. Parent associations in other areas joined the fight and adopted the red ribbon. In 1988, the U.S. Congress proclaimed the last week in October as National Red Ribbon Week.
Drug-Free "Boo Bags" will be sold after school in the atrium area……$1.00
GO RED! Proud to be Drug-Free!
Drug Awareness presentation with special guest speaker from Region 6.
7th grade presentation - 7:45-8:17 a.m. 8th grade presentation - 8:30-9:00 a.m.
Technology in the Classroom
West Brazos Junior High 2012-13 School Report Card