Naples Elementary School Wins Regional Red Ribbon Contest

Naples Elementary went all out for Red Ribbon Week this year and it paid off. The school learned this month that they won the Regional 2016 Red Ribbon photo contest. Schools across the nation celebrate Red Ribbon Week in the fall of every school year to teach youth to live drug free. The National Red Ribbon Week organization awards schools for making it a big affair and Naples Elementary was among many schools in western states in the running. “This contest was designed to provide a natural opportunity for parents and educators to talk to kids about drug abuse and prevention in a relaxed and fun way,” shares national organizer Peggy Sapp. Naples Elementary chose the theme, “YOLO. Be Drug Free.” They won $1,000 and an iPad.

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