During the week of October 5th – October 9th, students at Springville Junior High celebrated being drug free with Red Ribbon Week. The Service Learning class picked a different theme for each day of the week so students and teachers could dress up and show their school spirit. On Tuesday, October 6th, Springville Junior High teachers and students dressed up as their favorite hero.
From Superman to their parents, students and teachers could be seen roaming the halls dressed as something they’re not, but looking up to someone else because they were living a drug free life.
“I think it’s good for students to be able to dress up and show who their hero is,” Jennifer Bate, a Service Learning student, said.
“I think we need to support Red Ribbon Week to show people that we can still be happy if we don’t do drugs,” Madeline Alispach, a ninth grade student at Springville Junior High, said. Madeline went on to say, “I also think that students need to dress up and show that they have pride in their school.”