For 2008-09 attendance district-wide, Right Fork School Center placed first with 96.10 percent attendance rate. Right Fork Attendance Clerk Wilma Brock was presented a plaque by Pam Greene, Director of Pupil Personnel, at a recent meeting of the Bell County Board of Education. Greene said that this was Right Fork’s tenth year winning the award.
Bell Central School Center and Frakes School Center each tied for second with 94.70 percent, respectively.
For the High Attendance Day contest in Region 13, which was held Sept. 10, the Bell County School District came out on top. Right Fork won the K-5th grade category with 98.04 percent.
In the 6-8th grade contest, Bell Central School Center won with 97.08 percent.
“With a school of Bell Central’s size, that’s quite an accomplishment,” Greene told board members.
And in the 9-12th grade category, Bell County High School won with 94.31 percent.
“We swept our region,” said Greene.
There are 15 school districts in Region 13.
Stephen Woodward is a Staff Writer for the Daily News. He may be contacted at email@example.com.