WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Cumberland Elementary students got an anti-bullying message that focused on their peers Friday.
Cary Trivanovich started performing straight out of high school and quickly learned he could make a difference if he tied a message to his performance.
His message in "Choose Character Over Bullying" to the students is one of how important they are and how they should treat others.
He says his goal is to have schools be better places by helping kids see how precious their friends' lives are.
“By doing that, they will innately treat them better. If I can ingrain that in their hearts, and if it sticks over a period of time, it just helps the whole climate of school get richer and better,” said Trivanovich.
Trivanovich performed Thursday at West Lafayette Junior-Senior High School and Happy Hollow Elementary.
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