A group of Lincoln High School students have created a step routine with a positive drug free message.
The focus of "Red Ribbon Week" is to make students aware that good decision making is key to staying drug free.
Students said their step routine brings awareness to their peers in a creative way.
"I try and have a positive out look on everything, and try to be a role model to the students that's in a lower grade then me. By setting an example I am trying to show them, you know, you can step, you can have fun without doing drugs," said Dalila Gonzales, a step performer.
The theme of the week is "Staying drug free, the healthy way to be."
Red Ribbon Week continues through Tuesday.
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