Interim principal Thomas Dixon, left, supervises a post-lunch class transition Dec. 17 at Apex Middle School.  Crowding at Apex Middle, which is on the traditional calendar, may force some students to go to year-round schools
Interim principal Thomas Dixon, left, supervises a post-lunch class transition Dec. 17 at Apex Middle School. Crowding at Apex Middle, which is on the traditional calendar, may force some students to go to year-round schools tlong@newsobserver.com
Interim principal Thomas Dixon, left, supervises a post-lunch class transition Dec. 17 at Apex Middle School. Crowding at Apex Middle, which is on the traditional calendar, may force some students to go to year-round schools tlong@newsobserver.com

Wake County studying traditional, year-round calendars at same schools

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