A 10-year-old said she is scared to go to school and her parents in Cleveland County said their daughter is getting bullied.
They said it's gotten so bad that she's had to go to the hospital, and they don't like how the school is handling it.
"My stomach will kind of turn inside out, and I'll get this nauseous feeling," the 10-year-old said, describing walking into Boiling Springs Elementary to Eyewitness News.
"They will call me names, and then they will try to shove me into some people in the class," the young girl said.
She said it's been going on for months. Her parents found out how bad it was after she had to go to the hospital.
"A boy shoved me into the concrete wall," she said.
She became dizzy, but made it through the rest of school, falling asleep as soon as she got home. The little girl's mother said she was never notified by the school. There was no note sent home. She first learned her daughter was shoved from a classmate's mother.
"I took her to the ER, and the doctor there told me she had a concussion and a contusion," Claudia Ermer said.
The next day, another doctor wrote a note to the school, asking them to watch over the young girl. The family filed a police report and contacted the school again. They're still not satisfied.
"They seem to think it's alright," Ermer said.
The mother doesn't think they're taking the bullying seriously enough: "They told me that my daughter was exaggerating."
The 10-year-old did tell Eyewitness News that she's moved in her class' line order, away from the bullies. She still feels scared.
"They make me feel horrible," the young girl said.
Eyewitness News reached out to the school, and they told us they cannot talk about issues involving students, but spokeswoman Donna Carpenter released the statement: "We are still working with her and the parents of the other students involved to find a resolution."