Celebrate  RED RIBBON WEEK!  from October 24-October 28, 2016

HOW DID IT START? While working undercover in Mexico in 1985 to gather information of drug traffickers, DEA Special Agent Enrique "Kiki" Camarena lost his life. His friends and neighbors started a club and wore red ribbons and pledged to be drug free. In 1988, U.S. Congress proclaimed Red Ribbon Week. Studies show that young people who learn to say no to drugs are less likely to be invoved with crime, delinquency, and dangerous behaviors. Blooming Prairie Elementary School recognizes the Red Ribbon Campaign as a symbol of intolerance towards the use of drugs.

During this week, students and staff participate in dress up days as listed below:

2016-2017  WAIT AND SEE!!!

Monday, October 24 - 
Tuesday, October 25 - 
Wednesday, October 26 - 
Thursday, October 27 - 
Friday, October 28 - 
 

Contact: Ranae Berg
JMC Parental Information
To set up an account, please call either the High School Office (for high school students) or the Elementary (for elementary students).
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High School Parents: To access Online JMC information, go up to Our Schools and click on High School. On the left side click on Parent Access. 

Elementary Parents: To access Online JMC information, go up to Our Schools and click on Elementary School. On the left side click on Parent Access.