School board member Deborah Prickett, center, looks over plans for Scotts Ridge Elementary School during a Wake County school board work session Tuesday, October 15, 2013, at the Wake County Public School System Central Services Building in Cary. Prickett lost re-election to the board during the October 8th election. Wake voters elected two new board members and approved an $810 million school construction bond issue October 8th.
School board member Deborah Prickett, center, looks over plans for Scotts Ridge Elementary School during a Wake County school board work session Tuesday, October 15, 2013, at the Wake County Public School System Central Services Building in Cary. Prickett lost re-election to the board during the October 8th election. Wake voters elected two new board members and approved an $810 million school construction bond issue October 8th. tlong@newsobserver.com
School board member Deborah Prickett, center, looks over plans for Scotts Ridge Elementary School during a Wake County school board work session Tuesday, October 15, 2013, at the Wake County Public School System Central Services Building in Cary. Prickett lost re-election to the board during the October 8th election. Wake voters elected two new board members and approved an $810 million school construction bond issue October 8th. tlong@newsobserver.com

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