Part of a state law enacted last year requires public school employees to take a four hour course to detect bullying in schools.
It's a program that was talked about during a seminar on bullying Tuesday night in Ruston.
District Superintendent, Dr. Webber says this session will not just be helpful in stopping bullying, but also preventing a student from committing suicide.
"Some of the new law is a four in service for all employees to recognize bullying to help with bullying. Flint's already trained our counselors, principals on how to look for the signs and symptoms of possible suicide. Kids just have so many more opportunities to bully other kids today."
Dr. Webber says all district workers will have to take part in the session, including bus drivers and cafeteria workers.