Jennifer Covington, center, and other parents of students at Baucom Elementary in Apex tell Wake County school system spokesman Matt Dees at a community meeting on Oct. 14 at Apex High that they want to keep Baucom as their base school. A draft student assignment plan for the 2015-16 lists Baucom as Covington’s option school.
Jennifer Covington, center, and other parents of students at Baucom Elementary in Apex tell Wake County school system spokesman Matt Dees at a community meeting on Oct. 14 at Apex High that they want to keep Baucom as their base school. A draft student assignment plan for the 2015-16 lists Baucom as Covington’s option school. aspecht@newsobserver.com
Jennifer Covington, center, and other parents of students at Baucom Elementary in Apex tell Wake County school system spokesman Matt Dees at a community meeting on Oct. 14 at Apex High that they want to keep Baucom as their base school. A draft student assignment plan for the 2015-16 lists Baucom as Covington’s option school. aspecht@newsobserver.com

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