Wake County Sheriff’s Deputy Sharron Bass, center, talks with Ronnie Sharpe, eighth-grade assistant principal, left, and Curtis Brower, seventh-grade assistant principal, while helping to oversee dismissal Tuesday at Ligon Middle School in Raleigh. Bass is also the head coach for the school’s football team.
Wake County Sheriff’s Deputy Sharron Bass, center, talks with Ronnie Sharpe, eighth-grade assistant principal, left, and Curtis Brower, seventh-grade assistant principal, while helping to oversee dismissal Tuesday at Ligon Middle School in Raleigh. Bass is also the head coach for the school’s football team. clowenst@newsobserver.com
Wake County Sheriff’s Deputy Sharron Bass, center, talks with Ronnie Sharpe, eighth-grade assistant principal, left, and Curtis Brower, seventh-grade assistant principal, while helping to oversee dismissal Tuesday at Ligon Middle School in Raleigh. Bass is also the head coach for the school’s football team. clowenst@newsobserver.com

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