When Cameron Woodbury, 14, of West Homestead, witnessed bullying, she didn't do anything about it.
Her classmate at Propel Homestead, Asiyah Ridgely-Knight, of McKeesport, was no different.
But not anymore.
As members of the school's bully prevention team -- called Stop, Walk, and Talk, or SWAT -- the girls, upon observing bullying, will tell the person doing the bullying to stop; they will walk away after saying stop or remain to see whether the request has been effective; and they will talk to an adult if the problem persists.
Read more at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.