Wake County leaders will be looking at whether to hold a school construction bond referendum in May 2018 or Nov. 2018 to help pay for projects such as renovations to Wiley Elementary School in Raleigh. While Wiley is rebuilt, school leaders plan to relocate students to a former movie theater that’s been used to house Garner High School’s freshmen.
Wake County leaders will be looking at whether to hold a school construction bond referendum in May 2018 or Nov. 2018 to help pay for projects such as renovations to Wiley Elementary School in Raleigh. While Wiley is rebuilt, school leaders plan to relocate students to a former movie theater that’s been used to house Garner High School’s freshmen. News & Observer News & Observer file photo
Wake County leaders will be looking at whether to hold a school construction bond referendum in May 2018 or Nov. 2018 to help pay for projects such as renovations to Wiley Elementary School in Raleigh. While Wiley is rebuilt, school leaders plan to relocate students to a former movie theater that’s been used to house Garner High School’s freshmen. News & Observer News & Observer file photo

Wake needs more schools. Taxpayers will be asked to pay for them

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