We would ask you then to contact your school district, your super intendent, or your school board. Be sure that you don't get too angry or confrontational with them or there is a greater chance they will dismiss your claims and concerns. Often times these bullying situations can get very emotional and for good reason! The bullying that students experience can be vicious and heart wrenching and when a school does not take corrective action, it can be frustrating.
If you have the option of transferring that can also be a good manuver for your and for your child. Sometimes a change in atmosphere is a great way to get them to a better place and state of mind. Also try to engage you child in activities out of school where they feel like they are wanted, belong and provide them with support.
We wish you luck!
Boys Town National Hotline-A resource for parents and teens
In my experience the best way to get an immediate response to your concern is to call up the school district and ask them for a list of the Board of Directors for the School District and make contact with them ASAP. It is they that receives the lawsuit if the school is negligent. They will respond!
Kid Angel Foundation