Becky Norkus works on throwing techniques with students during her physical education class at Baileywick Road Elementary School in Raleigh on March 22, 2016. Wake County school leaders warn that arts & PE may be cut if the state doesn’t ease back on new K-3 class size limits.
Becky Norkus works on throwing techniques with students during her physical education class at Baileywick Road Elementary School in Raleigh on March 22, 2016. Wake County school leaders warn that arts & PE may be cut if the state doesn’t ease back on new K-3 class size limits. ccioffi@newsobserver.com Chris Cioffi
Becky Norkus works on throwing techniques with students during her physical education class at Baileywick Road Elementary School in Raleigh on March 22, 2016. Wake County school leaders warn that arts & PE may be cut if the state doesn’t ease back on new K-3 class size limits. ccioffi@newsobserver.com Chris Cioffi

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