Red Ribbon Week

Red Ribbon Week is an alcohol, tobacco and other drug and violence prevention awareness campaign observed annually in October in the United States. Each campus within the district will also be observing Spirit Week that same week where students will be dressing up on each day with a designated theme for their attire.

Dress Up Week for Panola Charter Early College High School:

Monday - "Hairs" to being Drug-Free - Crazy Hair Day
Tuesday - Too Hip for Drugs! - Dress 60s Day
Wednesday - Too Smart For Drugs! - Nerd Day
Thursday - Rally Against Drugs! - RED Out Day
Friday - Be on a Drug-Free Team! - Wear Your Favorite Team

Dress Up Week for Texas Early College High School:

Thursday Oct. 23rd. - TWIN DAY - Double your pleasure and stick together against illegal drugs. Dress like a friend.
Friday Oct. 24th. - CRAZY HAIR & CRAZY SOCKS - From head to toe, I am drug free.
Monday - ROCK THE RED - Dress in red showing your support for drug free awareness
Tuesday - BE A HERO, HAVE THE POWER TO SAY NO TO DRUGS - Dress up as your favorite super hero. (Some may desire to wear camouflage in support of Fighting the Battle Against Drugs!
Wednesday - TECHS GIVES DRUGS THE BOOT - Dress western and don't forget your boots.
Thursday - TEAMING UP AGAINST DRUGS - Wear your favorite sports team to show your support.
Friday - SAY BOO! TO DRUGS - Wear a Halloween costume to say Boo!!! to drugs. (No scary costumes or masks; must also follow dress code)