6TH graders at Cleburne County Middle School learn about cyber bullying, name calling, and excluding at a bullying seminar hosted by the Heflin Police Department, today. The students are taught to differentiate between reporting and tattling. They learn that it’s important to share information and be knowledgeable about bullying offenses. Guidance Counselor Jennifer Swafford says if children are taught to be proactive, the school’s goal of prevention will be reached. Heflin Police Chief A-J Benefield says the school and his department have an open line of communication. He says it helps to keep the students safe.Benefield says the key is preventative maintenance. He says his department and the school hope to stop the problem before it happens.