Tyler ISD Communications

Jennifer Hines

Executive Director of Communications and Public Relations

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Sandra Stanley Communications Coordinator

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Amy Pawlak 

Public Relations Coordinator

Lynne Hubbard

Switchboard Operator

Marla Boone

Communications/ Volunteer Assistant

Angela Duitch

Coordinator of TISD-TV & Digital Media

Jessica Poe

Digital Communications Specialist

Jacob Walker

Digital Media and Video Specialist

John Landes

Coordinator of Government Relations

Tracy Varnell

District Mail Clerk

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Tyler ISD campuses celebrate Red Ribbon Week, Oct. 23-27

October 20, 2017

Red Ribbon Week Activities
Monday, October 23 through Friday, October 27

 

Orr Elementary School
Red Ribbon Week
Monday - Orange you glad to be drug free

Tuesday - Red’y to be drug free!

Wednesday - Drugs make us blue

Thursday - Our decisions are golden!

Friday - Being Drug Free is the green light to success!


Bonner Elementary School
Red Ribbon Week
Monday - “Give Drugs the BOOT!”
Tuesday -  “Peace Out to Drugs!”
Wednesday- “Team Up Against Drugs!”
Thursday - “Drug Free is the BEST Way to BEE!”
Friday  - “Lei off Drugs!”

Clarkston Elementary School
Red Ribbon Week
Monday - “Cowboy Up” Against Drugs
Tuesday - I have the Power to be Drug Free!
Wednesday - Don’t Get “Tied Down” with Drugs!
Thursday - Drugs Can’t Find Me!
Friday - Hooked on Books, Not Drugs!  MORE

 

Rice Elementary School
Red Ribbon Week - My Future Matters!
Monday - My Body and Brain Need Sleep
Tuesday - My Body and Brain Need Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Wednesday - My Brain and Body Need Exercise
Thursday - My Brain and Body Need to Have FUN!
Friday - My Future Graduation Day -The entire school will have a graduation day parade.

 

Robert E. Lee High School
Red Ribbon Week
The Student Council at Robert E. Lee will be decorating trees with red ribbons and handing out stickers for students to wear to "Stay Drug Free". On Monday, October 23rd the students on campus will wear "Red, White, and Blue" to promote "Stay Drug Free America". On Friday October 27th a speaker .Dale "Mad Dog" Messmer", will be presenting to 9th -11th grade students.

 

Andy Woods Elementary School
Red Ribbon Week
Monday - I'm a cool kid Because I am Drug Free

Tuesday – Wild about Being Drug Free

Wednesday – Be a HERO, Be Drug Free

Thursday - United we Stand for Drug Free Land

Friday - Our School is too Cool for School

 

Griffin Elementary School
Red Ribbon Week
Monday – Your Future is up to You! Be Drug Free!
Tuesday – Walk Away from Drugs! Walk – A- Thon in PE and the NED Show: 8 a.m. and 9 a.m.
Wednesday – I CAN Be Drug Free!
Thursday – Team Up, Stay in the Game and Be Drug Free!
Friday – Hooked on Books, Not on Drugs!

Owens Elementary School
Red Ribbon Week
Monday: My future is key...stay drug free
Tuesday: My future is bright without drugs
Wednesday: Use your head...don't do drugs
Thursday: Save the day from drugs
Friday: win the war against drugs - a special guest speaker from U.S. Army
Monday: (Oct. 30)- wear College spirit shirt
Tuesday: (Oct. 31)- My character counts...Dress as a book character...bring your book for storybook character parade at 1:45 pm

 

Douglas Elementary School
Red Ribbon Week
Monday: Minion ways to be Drug Free!
Tuesday: I do not like drugs here or there, I do not like drugs anywhere!
Wednesday: UNITY DAY: Together against bullying.
Thursday: Attitude is Everything: Be a rainbow in someone else’s cloud

 

Bell Elementary School
Red Ribbon Week
Monday - 7 Habit Leaders are Smarties
Tuesday - Put First things first and "Give drugs the Boot"
Wednesday - Be Proactive and "Put a "Cap on Drugs"
Thursday - Begin with the end in Mind and "Dress for Success"
Friday - Synergize and "Team Up" Against Drugs

 

Jones Elementary School
Red Ribbon Week
Monday – Team Up Against Drugs
Tuesday – Pledge to be Drug Free
Wednesday – Say No and You’ll Glow
Thursday – My Future is Bright, No Drugs in Sight
Friday – These Paws Don’t Touch Drugs

 

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