Just Say No to Drugs / 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.

Red Ribbon Week

Just Say NO to Drugs Magic School Assembly – The students will learn that “Just Say No!” is not just a slogan,  but it is  magic words to inspire them to always “Just Say No!” to Drugs, Alcohol, and Tobacco”.  The show will create tons of amazement that  your students will not be bored or lose interest. The show will also teach students what to do if they are put in a potentially dangerous situation, they should remember these four words: “NO, GO, TELL, YELL”.  Joseph can customized his school assembly to fit your needs and grades. Call 276-393-4410 for available dates and more information.

Just Say NO Show

    • NO– When a Child feels unsafe they should yell “NO!” — whether it’s to stop a bully,  a kidnapper or anyone else from hurting or threatening them
    • GO– Teach children to run away from danger and run toward safety for help
    • TELL-Report to an adult, parent, teacher etc.
    • YELL-If you can’t get away, make a lot of noise

Rave Reviews….
“Joseph Young’s Just Say No to Drugs Program was our main attraction at our annual DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) celebration.  Joseph is a true entertainer and a class act, on and off of the stage.  “ – Derek Sexton, Huntsville Scott County Sheriff’s Office

“Excellent school assembly for Red Ribbon Week and you had a great message about Saying No to Drugs and Alcohol.” – Scott Keith, Principal of J. I. Burton High School

Honorarium fee? I will do what I can to work with your budget for your event. I promise to deliver a high caliber, professional performance that offers the peace of mind that your audience will absolutely be amazed in an uplifting atmosphere. Call 276-393-4410 or fill out the form below for a FREE QUOTE!

Red Ribbon Week – Say No to Drugs – Schools 

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