BOISE -- For a second year, the March for Youth, Rachel's Legacy Campaign is coming to Idaho.
This year, students across southwest Idaho will once again have a chance to hear about Rachel's Challenge.
Rachel Scott was the first teen to die in the Columbine shootings at her high school.
The campaign follows her dream of starting a chain reaction of kindness and stopping bullying in schools.
Today, students at Les Bois Junior High School in Boise heard that message.
The campaign will continue at 43 other schools in the Treasure Valley, Twin Falls and Pocatello areas.
The campaign will conclude with a march for youth, community and family night at the Idaho Center. It's free to the public and all ages are welcome.
Craig Scott, the brother of Rachel Scott and eyewitness to the Columbine tragedy, is the featured speaker.
The event will be held on March 18th.