CRESWELL, Ore. -- Parents in Creswell say it's an example of a problem that's getting worse, and they're calling on other parents and teachers to help put a stop to it.
The video shows a sixth grader getting pushed and punched while walking home from school. One of the kids watching the ordeal recorded it and posted it to YouTube.
Erin Taylor said her son, Jordan, is the kid getting beat up. She said she's seeing more and more fighting of this kind in Creswell.
While digging through that video, we found more videos from the same user. Those videos show more Creswell teens beating each other up in what looks like a fight club.
The Lane County Sheriff's Office said even though the same user posted the videos the fights are very different cases. The series of videos show Creswell boys beating each other up. You can hear people off camera coaching one of the boys in how to fight.
KVAL News talked to other Creswell students who say they've heard of kids getting into fights, but nothing like this.
"I don't think anyone would really go for it," said high school student Jordan Crane. "There's not anywhere to really go."
"We got a lot of tough kids around here so they probably want to do it for fun in their free time," said student Spencer Bowles.
The sheriff's office said they can't comment about the videos because the person who is investigating them wasn't working.
Creswell students are out of school until April for spring break and for budget reasons. Superintendent Todd Hamilton said he hadn't seen the videos.
"When we learn of instances that happen outside of school environments, we try to reach out to the families and make sure they are aware of what's happening," Hamilton said.
Hamilton added they also provide counseling services to students and their families for support.
KVAL News tried to track down the person who shot the videos. Messages and requests for interview were not returned.