Nov 19, 2013 11:20 AM
TUCSON - A group of Rincon High School students are working to prevent bullying before it begins.
The school club calls itself FAST, and when they first began meeting it was to discuss ways to make their school a better place. But the discussion quickely turned to bullying.
The group is still new, but their is goal is to visit middle schools in their community and help students prepare for high school, especially those students who have been victims of bullying.
"If they kind of feel like an outcast, then what they'll do with that is they'll kind of withdraw into their own little sphere and drift through high school alone. And that's not good for anyone. It's not good for them, it's not good for the people around them," says the club's Vice President Atticus Wolf.