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SOUTH LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Twelve Los Angeles Unified School District seniors are being recognized for quite an incredible achievement - they had perfect attendance starting from first grade all the way up to 12th grade!

Family, friends and school district officials gathered to congratulate the seniors at a reception held in South Los Angeles on Wednesday.

Not only did those twelve seniors have perfect attendance, they all have a GPA higher than 3.5, with some higher than 4.0.

Congratulations to all!

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Antonio Cruz graduated from West Hills College with an Associate's degree in agriculture science last week.

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Student-athlete Isaiah Ginn graduated from Narbonne High School with perfect attendance from kindergarten through 12th grade.

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US student Catherine Serou found dead in Russia after cryptic text saying ‘I hope I’m not being abducted’

US student Catherine Serou was found dead in Russia after sending a cryptic text to her mom saying "I hope I'm not being abducted."

The body of the 34-year-old was found Saturday in a wooded area near the city of Nizhny Novgorod 250 miles east of Moscow.

134-year-old Catherine Serou had been missing since TuesdayCredit: Valeria Alexandrova

The former US Marine had been missing since Tuesday.

Her mother, Beccy Serou, of Vicksburg, Mississippi, told U.S. National Public Radio that her daughter had last texted her: "In a car with a stranger. I hope Im not being abducted."

State news agency RIA-Novosti cited the local court as saying the suspect gave her a ride in his car, then took her to the wooden area and beat her and stabbed her in the course of a dispute.

Russian news reports have identified the suspect as Alexander Popov and said he had a record of violent crimes.

He faces up to life in prison if convicted of murder.

Serou moved from California to Russia in 2019 to study law at Lobachevsky University in Nizhny Novgorod, news reports said.

Beccy Serou told NPR that her daughter was in a hurry to get to a clinic Tuesday and may have gotten into a passing car.

"I think that when she saw that the person wasnt driving to the clinic, but instead was driving into a forest, she panicked, " Beccy Serou said.

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