It happened Wednesday afternoon at Urbana Middle School. She told us her 8th-grader was walking down the hallway when a girl came up from behind, put her in a choke-hold and hit her in the face three times.
"It was one of the most terrifying phone calls I've ever had in my life," Marlena Lohrbach said.
It was the assistant principal. He told Lohrbach her daughter, Adrianna, had been in a fight. She wanted to talk to her mom.
"I get on the phone, she's crying, hyperventilating. I can't understand anything she's saying. So I told her I'm on my way," Lohrbach said.
When Lohrback got there, Adrianna's face was puffy and her jaw was dislocated. Lohrbach rushed to her to convenient care and they told her exactly what she didn't want to hear.
"You're gonna have to go to the E.R."
Doctors popped her jaw back into place, but she can't talk much or chew because it could dislocate at anytime.
"It's hard. It's hard to watch. She's in pain and there's nothing I can do about it," Lohrbach said.
Everything was caught on tape. But the district won't let anyone watch it because of confidentiality policies.
"I feel like they're giving me the constant run around. I feel like I won't have justice for my child."
The superintendent won't discuss the matter citing student confidentiality.
"I don't know what my next step is. No one can give me any answers."
Lohrbach says the girl who attacked her daughter had been bullying her for more than a year.
"School should be a place where your children go and you shouldn't have to worry about this."