A new message from a Kaukauna father whose campaign against bullying has gone viral.
Matt Bent and his son were guests on a Philadelphia radio program Sunday night.
Bent was on the "The Big T and Paul Show" talking about his accusations against the Kaukauna School District.
Bent claims his son was body slammed by a fellow student onto a wrestling mat during a sixth grade gym class at River View Middle School last week.
He says his son told a teacher and counselor, but nothing was done. So Bent posted an image of himself and his son on Facebook.
The son is holding a sign that reads: "Bullying needs to stop now. Tell school districts that protecting bullies by turning a blind eye is wrong. Shame on Kaukauna area schools for protecting a bully in their school."
Both Bent, and his son, spoke on the radio show Sunday evening. Bent gave FOX 11 his permission to use clips of his child talking about bullying.
Bent's son said on the radio, "I know bullying is wrong and I had to tell my dad something. Otherwise, it was just going to get worse and worse until the point where, you never know, if I would have got, if I would have hit the ground the wrong way and my neck would have snapped, I would have been done."
"This is a pressing problem, and nobody's ever stepped up, and I guess where I said enough is enough, I gotta be the guy to step up," said Matt Bent, on the air.
The school district has said stopping bullies is a top priority.
The superintendent says he has been working with Bent throughout late last week.
Kaukauna police and school officials each did their own investigation into the incident.
Police told FOX 11 they believe the situation on the wrestling mat was consensual horseplay.
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