The cast of "Batman Live" visited a southern Nevada school to recognize their efforts to stop bullying.
The students at West Preparatory Academy got a chance to meet the people playing DC Comic characters live on stage at the Thomas & Mack Center. They also got to see the Batmobile that is used on stage.
The school was recognized for its efforts in the Flip the Script program, which aims to combat bullying in Nevada. According to the principal at West Prep, the school has resources in place to help kids who are struggling. He says it is really about every student doing his or her part.
"I think at the core, kids are good. They want good things to happen for themselves, for their friends, for their colleagues, for the people they see at school and we do see kids standing up for one another," Principal Mike Piccininni said.