Interim principal Thomas Dixon supervises a post lunch class transition at Apex Middle School on Dec. 17. The school is at 106 percent capacity this year. Overcrowding has spurred the Wake County school system to study the idea of adding a traditional calendar track at the multi-track year-round schools. Crowding at Apex Middle, which is on the traditional calendar, may force some students to go to year-round schools.
Interim principal Thomas Dixon supervises a post lunch class transition at Apex Middle School on Dec. 17. The school is at 106 percent capacity this year. Overcrowding has spurred the Wake County school system to study the idea of adding a traditional calendar track at the multi-track year-round schools. Crowding at Apex Middle, which is on the traditional calendar, may force some students to go to year-round schools. tlong@newsobserver.com
Interim principal Thomas Dixon supervises a post lunch class transition at Apex Middle School on Dec. 17. The school is at 106 percent capacity this year. Overcrowding has spurred the Wake County school system to study the idea of adding a traditional calendar track at the multi-track year-round schools. Crowding at Apex Middle, which is on the traditional calendar, may force some students to go to year-round schools. tlong@newsobserver.com

Wake County studying traditional, year-round calendars at same schools

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