From left, Wake County Board of Education members Christine Kushner, Susan Evans, Bill Fletcher, Monika Johnson-Hostler, Wake County Commissioner Matt Calabria and Corinne Nicoara of the Alston Ridge Elementary PTA symbolically break ground June 7, 2016, in Cary, for the new Hortons Creek Elementary School, set to open in 2017.
From left, Wake County Board of Education members Christine Kushner, Susan Evans, Bill Fletcher, Monika Johnson-Hostler, Wake County Commissioner Matt Calabria and Corinne Nicoara of the Alston Ridge Elementary PTA symbolically break ground June 7, 2016, in Cary, for the new Hortons Creek Elementary School, set to open in 2017. Paige Connelly pconnelly@newsobserver.com
From left, Wake County Board of Education members Christine Kushner, Susan Evans, Bill Fletcher, Monika Johnson-Hostler, Wake County Commissioner Matt Calabria and Corinne Nicoara of the Alston Ridge Elementary PTA symbolically break ground June 7, 2016, in Cary, for the new Hortons Creek Elementary School, set to open in 2017. Paige Connelly pconnelly@newsobserver.com

Hortons Creek Elementary ready to be built in Cary

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