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  • Moving Wake County students to match school calendars

    Wake County school board Chairwoman Monika Johnson-Hostler explains why more students may change schools to try to put families on the same calendars for elementary and middle school.

Moving Wake County students to match school calendars

Wake County school board Chairwoman Monika Johnson-Hostler explains why more students may change schools to try to put families on the same calendars for elementary and middle school.
T. Keung Hui khui@newsobserver.com