OSHKOSH, Wis. (WFRV) Faculty, staff and students at Merrill Middle School are once again mourning the loss of a student.

A 14-year-old student took her own life May 3. She is the second student to commit suicide in the last two months.

In March 13-year-old Katie Wunderlich committed suicide. Her family and friends told Local 5 that she was a victim of bullying.

Some parents at Merrill Middle School say there is a bullying issue at the school. One parent told Local 5 they are taking their son out of the school because they don’t feel enough is being done.

“Nick has been bullied relentlessly at school. We’ve been there over and over about it,” said Merrill parent Debra Schnell about her son’s experience at the school.

Schnell says she warned school officials about bullying and the fact that other students were contemplating suicide.

“I warned them. Too many adults knew about this, this shouldn’t have happened,” said Merrill parent Debra Schnell.

District officials say steps are being taken to prevent another tragedy. They say a task force was created to help prevent and create awareness about suicide.

If you know anyone that is thinking about taking their own lives you can get them help at:

Family Services

Wisconsin Suicide & Crisis Prevention

Community of Hope