LAS VEGAS (KSNV & MyNews3) -- A school fight at O'Callaghan Middle School that landed a 13-year old in the hospital still has parents talking.
Many parents say they fear a bullying problem is only getting worse and nothing is getting done to fix the problem.
The 13-year old in the hospital is still in critical condition. Family members will only say their loved one shows some signs of response. the fight has many parents who send their children to O'Callaghan middle school upset.
Many parents approached on Friday say the school district acted slowly in notifying them what happened. On Thursday, Clark County school officials released a letter to parents explaining what happened.
It also mentioned counselors are available for students.
Metro police still is not commenting on the case and the lack of information also has parents angry.
Students do confirm a fight happened between two girls during lunch time. The family of the 13-year old say their loved one feared going to school.
They say a girl threatened her and eventually a fight broke out where the 13-year-old ended getting punched and kneed in the head. Parents feel the school needed to do more in response to this fight.
"No phone calls. No letters. No anything until the day after. We already seen it on the news and gotten a generic phone call. We had no idea what was going on," said Jessica Twing, a concerned parent.
Students say they've seen more teachers in the hall and lunchroom since the fight broke out. the school district says they have nothing more to say about the fight. police continue their investigation.