Rockingham County students recognized for perfect attendance
Three graduating high school students in Rockingham County are being recognized for their perfect attendance. Left to right: Victoria Wheeler, Hunter Bolick and Laura Winn. (Image provided by Rockingham County Schools)
ROCKINGHAM COUNTY, N.C. — Three graduating high school students in Rockingham County are being recognized for perfect attendance, including one who went 14 years without missing a day.
Rockingham County Schools is recognizing Victoria Wheeler, Hunter Bolick and Laura Winn as three seniors among more than 900 in the district’s 2013 class.
Victoria Wheeler is being recognized for 14 years of perfect attendance, from kindergarten to 13th grade, totaling 2,520 days.
Wheeler is graduating from Rockingham Early College High School, a 5-year-program with dual enrollment for students to receive their high school diploma and Associate’s Degree, or college credits in five years.
Hunter Bolick is being recognized for 13 years of perfect attendance, from kindergarten to 12th grade, totaling 2,340 days. Bolick is graduating from McMichael High School.
Laura Winn is being recognized for 12 years of perfect attendance, from first grade to 12th grade, totaling 2,160 days. Winn is graduating from Morehead High School.
School officials said they honored the three students at a board of education meeting on Monday.