A bullying intervention for 40 adolescents in a rural 6th grade class was created and implemented. The project involved the construction of a volcano and a discussion around how bullying can be paralleled with the way a volcano operates. The children filled out worksheets that helped them apply the concept to their own lives. Each student went up to the volcano and poured baking soda into the volcano (constructed in groups with play-dough) while discussing a way they were bullied. As a group, vinegar was poured into the volcano and discussion about the aftermath and consequences of bullying ensued. It is hoped that this presentation will be utilized in other rural communities.