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Anti-bullying program comes to Lubbock

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Students from across the South Plains gathered at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center on Tuesday for an anti-bullying conference.

It was called..."It Ends With Me" and was designed to help students understand the consequences of bullying and how they can help prevent it.

Dr. Eric Cupp was the guest presenter.

Steve Burleson, Superintendent of Tahoka I.S.D., says they're thinking of ways to take what students learned at the conference back to the school.

"One of the things we're talking about doing with our high school students," Burleson said, "is to have them put on a skit to go back and show their friends that did not come today what they can do with the skills that they learned with Dr. Cupp today and apply them on a day-to-day basis."

Similar conferences will be held throughout the rest of the school year.

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