CHS students lead anti-bullying efforts


The Cuero High School organization Teens for Change hosted a half-day anti-bullying program at Cuero Intermediate School Dec. 13. The event was supported by a grant from the Cuero ISD Education Foundation. 
Group members first visited the intermediate campus in November to talk about bullying. They promised to return with a reward if the students demonstrated good behavior.
“We came here last month and told them we were going to give them buddy bucks if they were being good and helping people,” said member Brucks Reger. “Now we’re rewarding them.”
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