Rehobeth Elementary Students Dance To End Bullying

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UPDATED 5:49 p.m.

Students at Rehobeth Elementary school are spending some of their class time on the dance floor.

They participated in a sock hop dance in hopes of dancing away bullying.

Kindergarten through fifth graders took off their shoes and got on the dance floor to wrap up their anti-bullying week.

Students say they are proud to stand up for what is right.

"A bunch of people get bullied and we need to speak up about it and make sure it's not cool and just bring it to peoples attention because it's really important," says student Kase Keasler.

Organizers say they hope to fight rising bullying statistics by getting the positive message to students at a young age.


Students at Rehobeth Elementary School are "dancing" to end bullying.

Kindergarten through 5th grade students are participationg.

You won't want to miss this story coming up on News 4 this evening and WRGX News at 5:30.

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