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(a) Today was “Safety Week” in Rama’s school.

There was (a) “Safety Week” in Rama’s school.

Rama’s school was held “Safety Week”.

Rama’s school had a “Safety Week”.

Rama’s school organized the activities of (a) “Safety Week” in the school.
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Today, we are celebrating "Safety Week"in Rama's school.

Rama's school is holding its "Safety Week"

The activities in "Safety Week" are organized by Rama's school.

To our Gurus, kindly check the errors.. Thanks!!
That means: Don't put article?
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Vincent Teo, I don't know what you are trying to imply here...
Vincent Teo(a) Today was “Safety Week” in Rama’s school.

(b) There was (a) “Safety Week” in Rama’s school.

(c) Rama’s school was held “Safety Week”.

(d) Rama’s school had a “Safety Week”.

(e) Rama’s school organized the activities of (a) “Safety Week” in the school.

My question is simple. Do we need to put article as the sentences above?
And why not? I have corrected some of it, you may use it if you want to. If you don't accept them as correct, fine with me.

Just trying to help here.

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