To weapons demonstrations.
To high-flying tricks.
Christopher Bianez and Lindy Privett have it covered. Oh and don't forget about the reason why they're doing this in the first place.
"We're really seeing the negative and destructive consequences about bullying. So we've picked jugular issues that we know schools are battling with."
Chris Bianez, a Plano police officer and his partner Lindy Privett, decided to combine unique entertainment with important life lessons.
Bianez says, "You're going to have to have something that captivates that audience and thereby enhances that important message."
Messages that focus on violence and bullying prevention, among several other things. They say no audience member is too young to learn.
"They caught my attention by doing all the flips and martial arts and that's pretty much what got me focused on to be a buddy and not a bully," says Abigail Griffith, a student who attended the demonstration.
Another student adds, "What I thought he was trying to say was to try to be a better listener and to try and be nicer to each other."
"You gotta treat everybody else with more respect."