Powhatan Elementary School fifth-grader Madeline Quinn listens to a presentation on the solar system in Heidi Mills’ class on Sept. 2. Powhatan received a “B” school-performance letter grade from the N.C. State Board of Education.
Powhatan Elementary School fifth-grader Madeline Quinn listens to a presentation on the solar system in Heidi Mills’ class on Sept. 2. Powhatan received a “B” school-performance letter grade from the N.C. State Board of Education. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com
Powhatan Elementary School fifth-grader Madeline Quinn listens to a presentation on the solar system in Heidi Mills’ class on Sept. 2. Powhatan received a “B” school-performance letter grade from the N.C. State Board of Education. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com

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