Transcript for Band of Fifth Graders Stick Up For Dapper Kindergartner Being Bullied
Had to do this up with. Saw it, had to do it. Mm-hmm. It's a story of team. Of brotherhood. Of decency, kindness. A group of fifth grade football players in bridge wather, massachusetts, rallied arn one of their own who was being bullied and showed what they and we all could be made of. Well put. Reporter: His spirit is infecti infectious. His voice, giant. Who are we? Reporter: And he's the most dapper kindergartener you have ever seen. He rights up every room he's in. And the sidelines. He is the manager for the football team. He was born with a speech disorder. Recently at school, kidding were teasing him. His teammates heard. They reacted. We didn't want him to get picked on. Maybe if we all wore suits they would stop picking on him. Reporter:45 boys, all dressed in suits and ties. All rallying around danny. Brothers to the last. We heard that danny was getting picked on. We thought we would all have a day to dress up like danny. And we thought we would sponsor danny. To um -- show danny that we love him. And -- that we love him very much. Everybody's cheering him on. And when he's -- everybody loves him. Reporter: And danny was asked if it was a great day for him. Yeah. Reporter: And his parents are grateful for the support of a tigh tight-knit community. Good for my family, but good for daniel who needs just a little bit extra. As you can see, it's just -- it's just a very, very -- you see other kids looking out for him and making sure he's okay, they always have his back. It leaves me speechless. Way to go. Thank you. To our station, wpvb there this boston. Danny received an award from the house of representatives. Rightfully so. End bullying. It is a scourge.
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