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RICHLAND, Wash. -- Teachers at one Richland Elementary School said no costumes at school on Halloween, but they still let the kids have some fun for a good cause.

Students at Jason Lee Elementary sported blue clothes and crazy hair today to "scare away" bullying. The kids tell us there isn't much bullying at their school, but this is a good reminder and a way to express themselves on Halloween.

"I think it's really fun and a good thing and it helps you remember that bullying isn't good to do," says third-grader Christine Rew.

The principle said almost all of the kids participated in the event. Scare away bullying day is part of spirit week, one of three that the school has each year.

Crazy hairdos scare away bullies at Jason Lee

Instead of Halloween costumes, kids at Jason Lee scarified their hair.