Anti-bullying speaker Keenan West stopped in at Lake Fenton High School Wednesday and Thursday to sing, dance and talk to students about bullying.
West told student several ways to deal with bullying, telling them to pay attention, and that's it's okay to let others know about bullying they witness.
"It has to start with each and every one of you," West told the audience, which consisted of high schoolers on Wednesday and middle schoolers on Thursday. "It's okay to speak up and do what's right."
West also spoke of encouraging those who have been bullied to let them know they have support, to let bullies know they have hurt someone and it's a good thing having friends stand together against bullying.
Along the way, West sang and danced and brought several students up on stage for the fun. (Watch the attached video for more)
Lake Fenton students started an anti-bullying group called the Starfish Initiative earlier this year.