HENDERSON, Nev. -- It's been about a week since Governor Brian Sandoval, R-NV, signed into law Senate Bill 504, the anti-bullying bill which means new policies have been put in place, so there's a faster notification time for parents when it comes to bullying incidents.
The bill also makes it easier for students and parents to report such cases. However, one local student took action against school bullying before the new regulations kicked in.
For the last three years, Darla Veitch, an 8th grader at Del Webb Middle School has made it her mission to sit with someone who's eating alone during her lunch break. On Tuesday, Darla's simple goal of sitting with one person who was eating alone turned into a school-wide movement.
The 14-year-old said she started the "I See U" club because did it because, for some kids, the school cafeteria can be the loneliest place in the world.