Douglas Elementary School teacher Emma Norris and student Alex Ocampo Ventura lead a smaller than normal second-grade class on Monday’s makeup day.
Douglas Elementary School teacher Emma Norris and student Alex Ocampo Ventura lead a smaller than normal second-grade class on Monday’s makeup day. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Douglas Elementary School teacher Emma Norris and student Alex Ocampo Ventura lead a smaller than normal second-grade class on Monday’s makeup day. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

1 in 4 Wake County students were absent on Monday

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