She gets an 'A' on her final report card

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Sep. 15—NORWALK — Grace Whitehurst, who served for 29 years as an administrative assistant at St. Paul High School, worked her final day Tuesday.

Since starting in 1992, she has kept track of more than 1,500 students and made sure numerous staff members were on schedule. Every day you could find her in the office after attending 6:15 a.m. Mass answering phones, helping students, making copies, laminating, or working in PowerSchool.

After retirement Whitehurst will still be around the Norwalk Catholic campus as she continues to attend Mass, sing in the choir and offering her baking skills whenever needed.

Whitehurst will be greatly missed in the high school office, however, "we will always be grateful for her dedication and service," Norwalk Catholic School President Martin Linder said.

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