(WICHITA, Ka.) — A superhero was spotted at a local middle school, cape and all. Turns out he's there to help solve a serious problem.
Eighth grader Kalon Beeson turned in his pencil and backpack for a cape and a mask.
"I'm dressed like this because I'm a super-safe-hero," said Beeson.
He's part of the schools super safe group that's trying to stop bullying.
"I do see bullying here, but what I don't see are upstanders," he said.
The group is making a video. They want to show how kids get bullied and what they can do to stop it.
"We're trying to get rid of bullying and look at small negative behaviors that kids don't realize may impact other students," said Jill Terhune a counselor at Brooks Middle School.