The Okemos Public School district will pay the family of a 22-year-old Perry man who drowned while at a camp for people with special needs a $200,000 settlement, according to a report in the Lansing State Journal. The settlement was approved a court last week. It was in 2008, that Sean-Michael Glarner had a seizure while in a pool at the Okemos Special Needs Day Camp, operated by the school district.
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