Fourth-graders from left, Lucas Bedont, Ryan Olson and Matthew LaRusso take part in a lesson on electrical circuits at Salem Elementary School, a multi-track year school in Apex on April 12, 2017. Wake County school board members want to leave Salem Elementary on a year-round calendar to see if changes in the application process will help fill the school.
Fourth-graders from left, Lucas Bedont, Ryan Olson and Matthew LaRusso take part in a lesson on electrical circuits at Salem Elementary School, a multi-track year school in Apex on April 12, 2017. Wake County school board members want to leave Salem Elementary on a year-round calendar to see if changes in the application process will help fill the school. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
Fourth-graders from left, Lucas Bedont, Ryan Olson and Matthew LaRusso take part in a lesson on electrical circuits at Salem Elementary School, a multi-track year school in Apex on April 12, 2017. Wake County school board members want to leave Salem Elementary on a year-round calendar to see if changes in the application process will help fill the school. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com

Wake County may see increase, not cut, in multi-track year-round schools

April 24, 2017 03:48 PM