Published March 18, 2007
SUPERIOR, Wis. – High school grad Jeff Rolson has been docked 13 dollars for a lost algebra book and unpaid gym fees.
With interest, it could have been a lot worse: Rolson graduated from Superior Senior High in Wisconsin in 1977.
He stopped by last week to get a copy of his transcript and was surprised when a secretary also handed him a bill for 13 dollars from 30 years ago.
Rolson still lives in Superior and his daughter is now a student at school and he says he can't understand why they didn't contact him sooner.
He also notes the school forgot to charge him the two-dollar fee for the transcript.