*Taken from Newsday's website* Thursday, November 20 2014 AN 18-year-old man yesterday appeared at the Scarborough Magistrates’ Court on three charges of grievous sexual assault and one charge of rape following the sexual assault of a nine year-old schoolgirl at the Scarborough Roman Catholic Primary School on Tuesday. Jelani Arthur appeared before a Justice of the Peace yesterday. He was not called upon to plead as the charges were laid indictably. He is expected to appear before a magistrate today.* Arthur previously faced similar charges against a five-year-old child three years ago and was housed at the Youth Training Centre. Tobago House of Assembly Secretary for Education Huey Cadette yesterday reported that a perimeter fence and round the clock security measures are being implemented at the school. He noted other measures including CCTV cameras are also being looked at.* Classes have been closed and will resume on Monday.* Cadette reported counselling will be provided for the child and her family as well as the school body. He also reported an assessment was conducted of security at all schools in Tobago some months ago by the Education Ministry and he was awaiting the final report.* According to reports at about 1.30 pm, a man entered the unguarded school armed with a knife. He grabbed the student, locked her in a cubicle in the bathroom and sexually assaulted her. The alarm was raised and officers of the Scarborough Police Station arrived and arrested the man. What are your thoughts on the matter? How can this be possible a second time? Why weren't measures put in place so he couldn't be called a repeated sex offender?