A program named for a student killed at Columbine High School will be in place in Brookfield. High School students will see a presentation tomorrow on Rachel’s Challenge, aimed at combating bullying and violence. Parents and the public are invited to the high school auditorium at 7pm for a presentation, recommended for seventh-graders and older. The program inspires students to act with respect, kindness and compassion. Rachel Joy Scott's father Darrell, started the program based on her writings. According to the organization, this program has prevented at least eight school shootings and more than 500 suicides.