From left, Karsh Agbayani, Reginald Harper, Adrian Wierzbinski and Ethan Smith prepare robot CODI for its next phase of competition at Campbell University on April 2.
From left, Karsh Agbayani, Reginald Harper, Adrian Wierzbinski and Ethan Smith prepare robot CODI for its next phase of competition at Campbell University on April 2. Abbie Bennett abennett@newsobserver.com
From left, Karsh Agbayani, Reginald Harper, Adrian Wierzbinski and Ethan Smith prepare robot CODI for its next phase of competition at Campbell University on April 2. Abbie Bennett abennett@newsobserver.com

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  • Should Selma Middle School stay in local hands?

    Selma Middle School Principal Chris Germanoski outlines why he believes control of the school should remain in local hands. Selma Middle is one of 48 schools around the state being considered for N.C. Innovative School District, which will take five under-performing schools and give them over to charter organizations starting in the fall of 2018.