Girl wounded in Texas high school shooting out of hospital

Girl wounded in Texas high school shooting out of hospital
Law enforcement personnel from the Ellis County Sheriff's Office park outside a high school in Italy, Texas, following an active shooter incident at the school Monday morning, Jan. 22, 2018. Sheriff's officials said a boy who is a student at the school was taken into custody. (Jennifer Lindgren/KTVT Dallas Fort Worth via AP)

ITALY, Texas (AP) — Officials say a 15-year-old girl shot at a North Texas high school is out of the hospital and back with her family a week after the shooting.

In social media postings, the Italy (IT’-lee) Independent School District said its students were told Monday that the girl was continuing her recovery with her family at an undisclosed location. The district said the family is optimistic about the girl’s recovery but asked for continued prayers for her.

Authorities have not released her name.

She was shot multiple times Jan. 22 in the Italy High School cafeteria. A 16-year-old boy who attended the school has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. He remains in juvenile custody.

Italy is 42 miles (68 kilometers) south of Dallas and has about 1,900 residents.