Millions of parents in this country struggle to wake up their kids every morning for school and somehow this has never happened before.

Crystal Towns from Grand Blanc Township, Michigan was having some trouble getting her 14-year-old son Zachary to wake up for school last week. Apparently it's been a major struggle for them every morning.

This particular morning was so bad that Crystal wound up calling the police for help.

She didn't just call 911, Crystal phoned up the resource officer that works at Zachary's school. The officer actually showed up to the house and gave Zachary a ride in the back of his squad car.

"I don't have time in the morning to have him missing the bus and not waking up on time because his sister didn't wake him up or his alarm clock didn't go up so I had it this morning," Crystal told WEYI. "I told him that if this kept occurring I would have to call the school cop and so that's what I did."

It seems like Zachary learned his lesson from this incident, he told the news: "I don't think I should have pushed my mom’s limits because that's the 100th time I've done it this year."