We hope you have had a wonderful Red Ribbon Week here at HMS! Thank you to the HHS Peer Helpers for speaking with our 6th grade students on Wednesday. Congratulations to our 7th & 8th grade Red Ribbon Week contest winners! Thank you to the Homewood Police Department and the HMS PTO for their contributions to these contests. Remember that’s it’s important to be committed to a tobacco, alcohol, and other drug free lifestyle in order to reach your goals and maximize your unique potential!
Thursday, October 25, 2018
Wednesday, October 24, 2018
Tuesday, October 23, 2018
The national Red Ribbon Week Celebration brings millions of people together to raise the awareness of the dangers of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. This campaign also supports and encourages prevention, early intervention, and treatment services. We hope everyone at HMS will be committed to a tobacco, alcohol, and other drug free lifestyle so we can all maximize our unique potential!
Monday, October 22, 2018
Homewood Middle School joins over 100,000 schools that will mark this week as Red Ribbon Week. This is a week that honors the memory of Enrique “Kiki” Camarena, an undercover U.S. Drug Enforcement Officer who was killed in the line of duty in Mexico in 1985. Red Ribbon Week began the following year in his hometown in California, organized by family and friends who wore red ribbons in Kiki’s honor. In 1988, Congress proclaimed the last full week in October as National Red Ribbon Week. This year's theme is “Life is Your Journey. Travel Drug Free.”
Thursday, October 18, 2018
Next week is Red Ribbon Week and in preparation for the week, the Safe & Healthy Homewood Coalition has provided information regarding raising drug-free children that can be accessed here. Mrs. Alexander and Mrs. Baldwin will be providing daily information throughout next week to students through Schoology as well as right here on our blog!
Monday, October 15, 2018
Please click here for information from the Safe and Healthy Homewood Coalition regarding bullying awareness, information, and what parents can do to help.