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Drug & Bully Free Week 2018

Dozier Elementary Celebrates Drug and Bully Free Zones!

October is drug and bullying prevention month. During the week of October 15th through 19th (2018), Dozier Elementary Counselor Shelanne Richard spearheaded the week that focused on anti-bullying and drug-free messages. 

Appropriate anti-bullying skits that demonstrated bullying tactics and resolutions to conflicts skits were performed during Library time. The cast included Mrs. Schuyler Poche, Mrs. Shelanne Richard, Mrs. Georgia Alexander, Mr. Silas Johnson, Mrs. Chasity, Mrs. Betty Cormier. Audience participation was part of the skits, as well.

Dozier Elementary celebrated "Anti Bullying and Anti Drug” week with daily themes. Those included were “Plaid is RAD! Bullies and Drugs are BAD!” (Students wore plaid),Give the BOOT to Bullies and Drugs” (Students wore boots), “SOCK it to Bullies and Drugs” (Students wore crazy socks.) "Put a Cap on Drugs" (Students wore hats or caps),and “LEI off of Being a Bully and Doing Drugs!” (Students wore Hawaiian and/or Tacky Tourist clothes.)

  • During Library time during the week, anti-bullying, conflict resolution and drug free skits were performed at Dozier Elementary.
  • Anti-bullying, conflict resolution and drug free skits were performed during Library time all week at Dozier Elementary.
  • On Monday, October 15th, the theme was “Plaid is RAD! Bullies and Drugs are BAD!” Pictured are Mrs. Ellen Hebert and some Dozier Elementary Kindergarten students wearing plaid.
  • Tuesday, October 16th was designated as “Give the BOOT to Bullies and Drugs”. Pictured are some Dozier Elementary 5th graders with their boots.
  •  Wednesday, October 17th was “SOCK it to Bullies and Drugs”. Pictured are Dozier Elementary students wearing crazy socks.
  • Thursday was “Put a Cap on Drugs” Day. Pictured are some Dozier Elementary PreK students with their caps and hats.
  • Friday, October 19th was “LEI off of Being a Bully and Doing Drugs!” Students wore Hawaiian and/or Tacky Tourist clothes. Pictured is Mrs. Shana LeBlanc and some of her Dozier Elementary third graders in Hawaiian or tacky tourist clothes.