GREEN BAY - They're known for the tricks on the basketball court, but Tuesday the Harlem Globetrotters spread a positive message in the classroom.
Kevin "Special K" Daley of the Globetrotters stopped by Tank Elementary School.
He talked about the ABCs of bullying: action, bravery and compassion.
Tank Elementary is one of the first schools in the nation to hear the message.
While bullying can happen at any school, Daley says it's important to send a positive message to students.
"We felt that it was a very positive message that the kids need to hear, you know we are sometimes looked at as role models, as athletes, and the kids listen to us so while we have their ear we want to give them something positive," said Daley.
And of course, a visit wouldn't be complete without those famous Harlem Globetrotter tricks.
Some of the students in the audience got a one-on-one lesson.
The Globetrotters will bring their 2013 World Tour to the Resch Center next Wednesday.
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