Southwest Wake News

March 1, 2016 4:44 PM

Fuquay-Varina leaders seek new schools sooner rather than later

Schools are planned for Fuquay-Varina, but their funding source isn’t clear

Wake County public schools and Wake County haven’t determined whether there will be a bond referendum this year

Growth is driving the need for more schools, and the need for enrollment caps

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