UPDATE (Monday, Feb. 25): Video of the dance was added to this article's media gallery.
South Hills Village shoppers might be in for a fun surprise on Sunday, Feb. 24.
South Park Middle School students are scheduled to break out in a dance routine between 2 and 4:30 p.m. on the lower level of the mall, near the entrance of the soon-to-be-opening Target store.
The dance is part of the students' Olweus Bullying Prevention Program. The performance is for encouraging students to pledge to stand up to bullying.
The program teaches children about kindness and caring, to stand up to bullies and to help other students in need.
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This article originally appeared on the UpperSt.Clair Patch.
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