SSCS students celebrating Red Ribbon Week activities

From Seminole Science Charter School

This week, Seminole Science Charter School (SSCS) students and staff celebrated Red Ribbon Week. The Red Ribbon Campaign is the largest drug-abuse prevention campaign in the United States. Virtual and in-person SSCS students participated in activities and lessons centered around keeping them happy, safe and drug-free, including dress up days and outdoor fun. Throughout the week, SSCS is also hosting a school-wide fundraiser to raise much-needed support for the local Central Florida Zoo amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

SSCS celebrates Red Ribbon Week

The Red Ribbon became a symbol for drug prevention in 1985. Today, the Red Ribbon serves as a catalyst to mobilize communities to educate youth and encourage participation in drug prevention activities. Since that time, the campaign has reached millions of U.S. children and families.

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Seminole Science Charter School (SSCS) is a STEM focused Seminole County Tuition Free Public Charter School that is approved by Seminole County School Board. SSCS offers a K-8 experience devoted to enriching the lives of students with an integration of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, S.T.E.M., curriculum and a diverse student population that seeks to achieve a well-rounded educational experience. SCSS offers a fulltime Gifted program, hands-on and project-based learning approaches along with a research-based curriculum to encourage students to think above and beyond to reach their highest educational goals.