Red Ribbon Week

National Red Ribbon Week

Celebrate Life. Live Drug Free.™

October 22-31, 2022, Kaiser Knights recognize National Red Ribbon Week, a week where students throughout the country focus on living a healthy, drug-free life. At Kaiser, students will be focusing on the theme: Celebrate Life. Live Drug Free.™.  The theme is a reminder that everyday Americans across the country make significant daily contributions to their communities by being the best they can be because they live Drug-Free!. 

Schedule of Activities

MONDAY - All Kaiser students will receive a Red Ribbon Week wristband. Wear this wristband to participating businesses for free or discounted items. Check out the list on this page.

TUESDAY - Kaiser students will sign pledge cards to grow up safe, healthy, and drug-free. Watch for those pledge cards to appear around Kaiser to make a school-wide statement! Teachers also have the option of sharing videos from Natural High, a drug prevention nonprofit that inspires and empowers youth to find their natural high and develop the skills and courage to live life well. Links to the recommended videos are on this page.

Then join us for our 2nd annual Kaiser/Woodland Trunk-or-Treat!

WEDNESDAY - School is closed for parent/teacher conferences, but we hope you can take this time to make a connection with your student(s). Whether it’s sharing the Natural High videos and having some open dialog, taking a walk to Hola Adios (120 Virginia Place, Costa Mesa) for the school fundraiser to visit with friends, or maybe a stroll in the Back Bay to reconnect with natural surroundings - we hope you make today count in way that is meaningful for your family. 

THURSDAY Wear RED Today! Show how your student pledges to be DRUG FREE by wearing red!

FRIDAY - Kaiser ASB has selected a dress-up day theme "Dream BIG!" - come to school dressed in college gear, showing how living a drug free life can help you accomplish your dreams! 

Wear Your Red Ribbon Wristband and Save!

Red Ribbon Week Local Offers

Duck Donuts
Students wearing a Red Ribbon Wristband receive a free donut with any purchase. Valid at 18591 Main St., HB and 2222 Michelson Dr., Irvine.

Students wearing a Red Ribbon Wristband receive a free cookie on Tuesday, October 25th. Valid at 3181 Harbor Blvd, Costa Mesa.

Students wearing a Red Ribbon Wristband receive half off one drink or Slush. Valid at 3095 Harbor Blvd, Costa Mesa. Terms: One per student at time of purchase. Not valid with any other offer or coupon.

Students wearing a Red Ribbon Wristband receive a 20 oz drink. Valid at all Orange County Locations. Terms: Not valid with any other offers or discounts.

Students wearing Red Ribbon Wristband receive one free small fry. Valid at 3141 Harbor Blvd or 290 Bristol St, Costa Mesa. Terms: Not valid with any other offers or discounts.

"Natural High" Recommended Videos Link

Bethany Hamilton: Pro Surfer 

Having survived a shark attack that left her without an arm, Bethany Hamilton’s passion for life and surfing stayed strong, leading her to victories in her field. Bethany Hamilton, professional surfer, talks about how surfing has helped her to stay naturally high. She shares how adversity has made her stronger and how gratitude has helped her face new challenges.


Bryce Wettstein: Pro Skateboarder

Bryce Wettstein is a professional skateboarder who recently skated in the Tokyo 2021 Summer Olympics where she placed 6th in Park. She’s an optimist who has a unique way of seeing the world and finds the extraordinary in the ordinary. Bryce challenges the common definition of perfection and believes mistakes are an opportunity to learn and grow. She also loves to surf, play volleyball and write songs on her ukulele.


David Wright – MLB Third Baseman

David Wright of the New York Mets shares how his natural high baseball, is a way for him to escape and recharge in life. David also shares how important family is in shaping you and encouraging you toward achieving your goals.Danyelle Wolf - Pro Boxer


Mike Conley Jr.: Pro Basketball Player

Utah Jazz point guard Mike Conley Jr. turned his focus to basketball in order to rise above peer pressure. He knew that drugs would not help him get to the NBA.

What else can you do at home?

For families who want to take things a step further at home, here are activities to help create positive conversations and awareness in your own household.

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