School may be out for the summer, but Kevin Kelly's "Step Up, Stop Bullying" campaign is still running strong.
A Sherwood mom whose son has been the victim of bullying before says she's disturbed after her son's bike was stolen over the weekend.
Jasper Llewellyn has been awarded the rare "Superintendent's Hero Award" this week.
More than 300 students were on hand, learning about the dangers of bullying.
Governor Asa Hutchinson was the special guest speaker at the event.
If you want Kevin Kelly's Step Up, Stop Bullying program to come to your school, go to fox16.com/bullying to fill out the form.
Kevin Kelly visited Indian Hills Elementary on Tuesday in North Little Rock.
More than 100 5th grade students learned about the dangers of physical, verbal, and cyberbullying.
Kevin Kelly talked with students about the dangers of physical, verbal and cyber bulling.
Kevin Kelly presented his Step Up, Stop Bullying program to the students.
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