Cathy Reints looked at pictures of her thirteen year old son Spencer taken in the hospital after a what's considered fight at school at the end of January. The 7th grader suffered a black eye, a broken nose and a broken tooth. He was beaten unconscious and was kicked several times in the head before someone stepped in. Cathy Reints says this fight goes went way beyond bullying. But Jefferson School Superintendent Dr. Sharon Ross says the incident was reported to her office as a fight. Dr. Ross says because this was considered a fight and not bullying both students received the appropriate discipline in this incident. She says they either received in school suspension or disciplinary alternative educational program or placement, which separates the offender from the rest of the school population. According to policy bullying occurs in the district when a student or a group of students engages in written or verbal expressions, expressions through electronic means, or physical conduct against others that occurs on school property or any school related event. The district attorney's office in Jefferson says it won't comment on this since it's in the juvenile matter other than to say they're waiting for more information before they proceed.