High school students in Fresno will visit an elementary school on Friday to promote anti-bullying, Fresno Unified School District said.
Sunnyside High School students will put on an anti-bullying assembly at Greenberg Elementary School to help the younger kids reduce bullying problems, prevent new bullying problems and get along better with each other.
There will be two 30-minute assemblies, with the first geared toward kindergarten through third grade students, the district said. It will feature a puppet show, skits, poems and a chant. The second assembly is geared toward fourth through sixth grade students and feature a rap, personal testimonials, skits and poems.
All of the skits are written by the high school students and each incorporates the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program adopted by Fresno Unified.
The first assembly starts at 10 a.m., and the second starts at 10:45 a.m.
The school is at 5081 E. Lane Ave.