Students Jack O'Grady, left, Ryder Lawson, center, and Anwita Ambalavanan share iPads in Sarah Lloyd's first grade class at Mills Park Elementary in Cary NC on Nov. 22, 2016. Mills Park may go to art and music on a cart, have more than 29 students in fourth- and fifth-grade classes and reassign some students to other schools to meet smaller state K-3 class sizes in 2018.
Students Jack O'Grady, left, Ryder Lawson, center, and Anwita Ambalavanan share iPads in Sarah Lloyd's first grade class at Mills Park Elementary in Cary NC on Nov. 22, 2016. Mills Park may go to art and music on a cart, have more than 29 students in fourth- and fifth-grade classes and reassign some students to other schools to meet smaller state K-3 class sizes in 2018. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Students Jack O'Grady, left, Ryder Lawson, center, and Anwita Ambalavanan share iPads in Sarah Lloyd's first grade class at Mills Park Elementary in Cary NC on Nov. 22, 2016. Mills Park may go to art and music on a cart, have more than 29 students in fourth- and fifth-grade classes and reassign some students to other schools to meet smaller state K-3 class sizes in 2018. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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