Cary Town Council members Ed Yerha and Lori Bush help break ground on the town’s newest elementary school, White Oak Elementary, Friday, Aug. 21. The school will open in August 2016 and can accommodate up to 900 students.
Cary Town Council members Ed Yerha and Lori Bush help break ground on the town’s newest elementary school, White Oak Elementary, Friday, Aug. 21. The school will open in August 2016 and can accommodate up to 900 students. Kathryn Trogdon ktrogdon@newsobserver.com
Cary Town Council members Ed Yerha and Lori Bush help break ground on the town’s newest elementary school, White Oak Elementary, Friday, Aug. 21. The school will open in August 2016 and can accommodate up to 900 students. Kathryn Trogdon ktrogdon@newsobserver.com

Work kicks off on new White Oak Elementary in Cary

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