MENTOR -- Abbie Shibe sent her daughter to school last Wednesday and believed that it would be like any other day.
Abbie Shibe says this should be a wake-up call to other parents. Find out what emergency procedures your school has in case your child is injured at school.
"I walked in and she had a bloody lip, a goose egg on her head and scratches on her neck. I was not comfortable that an ambulance had not been called," says Shibe.
She says her daughter Sarah, 14, was assaulted in gym class at Mentor High School by another 14-year-old girl, but she wasn't called by the school for almost 90 minutes.
The student has since been charged with assault and is in juvenile detention. Her daughter, Sarah, went back to school the next day to show she was not scared.
"She is tough and wanted to show she goes to school to learn," says Shibe.
She also went to the Mentor School Board meeting Tuesday night to confront board members about the situation and demand answers. Shibe met with Superintendent Jacqueline Hoynes Wednesday morning.
"We had a productive meeting. Safety is our number one priority, and we are investigating," said Hoynes.