Injured Clare Hall school student discharged from the hospital

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The Clare Hall Secondary School student, who was admitted last week to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at the Mount St John’s Medical Centre (MSJMC) with an injury to the head, has been released from the facility.
Hospital sources told OBSERVER media yesterday, Akeem Scotland was discharged from the hospital on Saturday and is at home recuperating.
The first form student was reportedly struck in the head with a stone, thrown by a teacher, and was said to have received a fracture to the skull.
The details of exactly what transpired remain sketchy as there have been several different accounts of the story. However, the teacher, of less than six months, Vendiz Charles, is to be formally charged today for the alleged offense.
The physics teacher is facing a charge of attempted murder, after he is alleged to have seriously injured the student.
Meantime, Principal of the Clare Hall Secondary School Jonah Greene has chided those who have rushed to cast judgment on the teacher, in the midst of the controversy.
Greene used a social media post, on the weekend, to express her feelings about the situation and   provide a bit more details about the incident.
(More in today’s Daily Observer)

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