OZARK, Mo.-- A bus to stop bullying is making its rounds across the state.
Today, the Zoe Bus stopped in Ozark to teach kids about how to prevent bullies in one of the most common places for it, on the school bus.
The bus is one of the most difficult places for preventing bullying because there's often only one set of adult eyes, and those eyes are looking at the road.
About 450 students in Ozark got a lesson in what to watch out for, who to tell and how to stop bullies on the bus.
The Zoe Bus is driven by Mrs. Gina Crump. She was a school counselor and says she often saw problems in her office that stemmed from kids getting bullied going to and from school.