By Grace Vasquez

First day of school is scary enough but when you get bullied it must be terrifying!

Dekalm Middle School student Phil Mick was being bullied and feared going to school. His mother, Tammy, said her son has even contemplated suicide, that’s when she reached out to Brent Warfield of KDZ Motorcycle Enthusiasts for help. Warfield, is director of United Motorcycle Enthusiasts, they do charity rides and work to raise awareness against bullying and teen suicide.

Over 50 bikers escorted Phil on his first day of school and prayed with him before he started his school year. Phil was very excited and hoping for a fresh new start.

The first part in stopping a bully is let someone know about the bullying. If you need more help here is a link ~grace

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