Bullying is a real issue at the high school for some kids we spoke with, and it was an issue last year at the middle school.
"I come to school and I can't go one day without seeing someone being bullied through the halls."
Nathin McMinn, went to Dover Middle School last year.
He is now over at the high school.
He came forward to speak for those that have been silenced by bullies.
"How does that make you feel at school where you are supposed to be protected?"
"It doesn't make me feel too good, I don't feel safe or anything here."
Another high school student says while he made some mistakes, and is now getting his GED, he dropped out of school because things were so bad.
"I did get behind, it was partially my fault yes. But the teachers and administrators just stopped caring."
He says that includes caring about students picking on other children.
"I'm a bigger guy, and I didn't get bullied, but I had friends that got bullied and I had to stand up, so much, because I would go to a teacher and they wouldn't do anything."
Nathan said, "I want them to at least care and try to help."
In Dover, Deedra Wilson KARK 4 news.