Crossing guard Fred Dunston mans an intersection near Wakefield Elementary School in North Raleigh in 2005. The Raleigh City Council is reviewing its policies governing which school intersections get a crossing guard.
Crossing guard Fred Dunston mans an intersection near Wakefield Elementary School in North Raleigh in 2005. The Raleigh City Council is reviewing its policies governing which school intersections get a crossing guard. LISA LAUCK
Crossing guard Fred Dunston mans an intersection near Wakefield Elementary School in North Raleigh in 2005. The Raleigh City Council is reviewing its policies governing which school intersections get a crossing guard. LISA LAUCK

Crossing guard policy reviewed

April 07, 2014 03:30 PM

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