A Woodland mom says she felt like she had no other choice but to pull her children out of school after months of bullying.
Since the beginning of the school year, all three of Trina Stabler's children have come home with bruises, cuts and other injuries.
"It started last year around October, and so since October I've been in the office more times than I can count," Stabler said.
All three children went to T.L. Whitehead Elementary School. Last Thursday Stabler's son came home traumatized with bruises all over his legs.
She posted what happened on a Facebook neighborhood group, which has gotten more than 130 comments.
"I have done everything that I can," Stabler said. "I've went over to the district, I've made several phone calls, I've spoke with four different people and no ones done anything."
She pulled all three kids out of school Monday.
We reached out to the Woodland Joint Unified School District, who emailed us the following statement:
"Within the Woodland Joint Unified School District, we take allegations of bullying very seriously. We do not and will not tolerate bullying and have a policy in place that addresses conduct taking place on school grounds, at any school-sponsored activity, or on school-provided transportation. The district is committed to resolving issues of bullying as quickly as possible to minimize disruption to the educational process. With any incident of bullying that is reported to any adult staff member, we follow the process of our policy and investigate the alleged incidents."