School Plans Special Graduation Ceremony For Student With Dying Mother
March 31, 2019
A high school in Virginia held a special graduation ceremony for a student who's mother was told she had only a week to live.
Abby attends Powhatan High School in Powhatan, VA. Her mother was diagnosed with stage four Esophageal Cancer three months ago.
On Monday, she was told she only has a week to live due to her kidneys failing.
Principal Mike Massa and a few teachers made sure that Abby's mother would see her graduate high school before she passed.
Abby's mother passed away the next morning.
"Thoughts and prayers for you and your family. Thank you [Principal Mike Massa], Ms. Baltimore and Mrs. Smith for arranging this special moment for the family," Powhatan County Public Schools Superintendent Eric Jones said.
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