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Mom wants action after son gets pot gummy at Livonia charter school


Krystle Hall was alarmed to hear voicemail hours after her 11-year-old son went to school on Monday morning.

A member of staff called her to tell her that Kamari, a fifth-year student at Grand River Academy in Livonia, had been given a marijuana edible and, on the advice of a poison control specialist, would be directed to a hospital.

Hall said she learned that a classmate had given her son a candy containing drugs, but did not inform him of the ingredients.

Although Kamari appears to be recovering after stating that she feels sick, she no longer wants him or her sister at the charter school after the school year ends next month. She is also asking for shares.

“It’s unacceptable,” Hall said Wednesday. “I understand it’s a school and there are hundreds of children, but something has to be done.”

Officials with Grand River Academy and the National Heritage Academies, which oversee the K-8 school, did not respond to requests for comment on Tuesday or Wednesday.

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