El Dorado High School students are putting Styrofoam cups in chain-link fences at different schools to spread messages like "tobacco is wacko," "tobacco kills" and "tobacco-no."
The effort is a part of "Kick Butts Day," a statewide kids initiative that brings awareness to the deadly affects of smoking cigarettes.
Organizers say it's important for young people to get involved with the mission.
"We're teaching young students at an early age how to become advocates about things they are passionate about, and so obviously the tobacco laws, our young people are very disturbed that they have been misled for so many years and people have been misled by the tobacco industry," says Deb Crawford, Director of the Pride Youth Program.
Kids across the Natural State will meet at the state capitol on Wednesday for a rally against tobacco use.