Students dress up for Red Ribbon Week Oct. 26-30

Claire Johnson, Writer

Freshman Allison Fouse shows her patriotism during “Red, White, and Blue” day Oct. 30.
(Gavin Cooper)
The students smile and show their outfits Oct. 30.
(Gavin Cooper)
Sophomores Hunter Stanley, Trey Sawyer and Sierra Carter take a photo together Oct. 30.
(Gavin Cooper)
All posing together, junior Ruby Torres, Spanish teacher Romy Wilson and freshman Emma Logan show their spirits. (Gavin Cooper)
History teacher Marie Thompson and junior Lizbeth Saucedo both dress up for “Red, White, and Blue” day.
(Gavin Cooper)
On neon day, junior Makinlee Hawkins wears bright colors.
(Dayton Gibson)
Junior Emma Gee and senior Emily Coop show off their drug free spirit in neon colors. (Dayton Gibson)
Junior Leah Wood “blinds out” drugs with her neon yellow hoodie Oct. 29.
(Dayton Gibson)
Seniors Gracie Casey and Hailey Davis pose together on hats and socks day.
(Brianna Juneau)
Junior Emma Gee wears her crazy socks and hat.
(Brianna Juneau)
For hat day, senior Cole Easley wears a huge hat Oct. 28.
(Tammy Sinclair)
Senior Emily Coop gives two thumbs up for a drug free day.
(Tammy Sinclair)
Teacher Karen McGowen wears her deer hat on crazy hat and sock day.
(Tammy Sinclair)
Juniors Lucas Boyle and Trevor Carter show off their drug free bracelets that they collected during Red Ribbon Week. At the beginning of the week, students were given bracelets that said, “be happy, be brave, be drug free.”
(Ximena Rojas)
Holding up a peace sign, sophomore Haylee Applewhite wears her tropical pineapple shirt.
(Ximena Rojas)
The students all dress up for Oct. 27 “Lei Off Drugs” day.
(Tammy Sinclair)
Juniors Emma Gee and Emma Simpson both motivate others to be drug free by dressing up.
(Ximena Rojas)
English teachers Julie Haufler, Jessica Hatt and Wayne Borden participate on Hawaiian day.
(Ximena Rojas)
Seniors Cole Pearson and Hailey Davis wear Hawaiian clothes on “Lei Off Drugs” day.
(Ximena Rojas)
Junior Dayton Gibson wears a Hawaiian shirt on Hawaiian day Oct. 27.
(Ximena Rojas)
Showing off her Superman outfit, junior Emma Gee participates during Red Ribbon Week.
(Shyla Brewer)
Math teacher Heather Goodgion shows her spirit on Marvel vs. DC day.
(Shyla Brewer)
Junior Makinlee Hawkins, dressed as Cat Woman, and junior Callie Sparks, dressed in a SuperMan shirt, pose together in their Marvel vs. DC outfits.
(Shyla Brewer)
Posing as Iron Man, math teacher Hunter Barr dresses up for Red Ribbon Week.
(Shyla Brewer)
Shyla Brewer
Junior Lacey Lasseigne poses for a picture in her Superman shirt for the Oct. 26 Marvel vs. DC day. Students dressed up differently each day for Red Ribbon Week.
(Shyla Brewer)