Elementary School Raises Awareness Of Bullying

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DALLAS, TX- There’s not much worse than being bullied every day at school, but it happens. In fact, Antibullyingpro.com says 45% of kids under 18 have to deal with bullying. That’s why Moss Haven Elementary in Dallas is schooling its students on how to stop bullying with a bull.

“‘Leave the bullying to the bull’ is what we say, ” explained professional bull rider Cooper Davis. “It’s just a great opportunity for us to get out and spread the word.”

He and his mini-bull, Radar, put on a show for the kiddos. The students walked away with a few life lessons on how to prevent bullying.

“I learned that you can prevent bullying from several ways; one of the ways is you can try to be friends with a bully to make them feel better,” one student told NewsFix.

“You should never bully anybody and definitely don’t bully your friends,” added another.

Well, you know what they say: It’s never too late to start ’em young! Time to open your books and leave the bullying to the bulls.

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