Douglas Elementary School first-year teacher Emma Norris, upper right, with the help of student Alex Ocampo Ventura, below, leads her smaller than normal 2nd grade class in a mathematics lesson Monday, March 23, 2015 at the Raleigh school. Monday was supposed to be the first day of spring break but the Wake County Schools system will be using three days of spring break this week to help make up for snow days from earlier this year.
Douglas Elementary School first-year teacher Emma Norris, upper right, with the help of student Alex Ocampo Ventura, below, leads her smaller than normal 2nd grade class in a mathematics lesson Monday, March 23, 2015 at the Raleigh school. Monday was supposed to be the first day of spring break but the Wake County Schools system will be using three days of spring break this week to help make up for snow days from earlier this year. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Douglas Elementary School first-year teacher Emma Norris, upper right, with the help of student Alex Ocampo Ventura, below, leads her smaller than normal 2nd grade class in a mathematics lesson Monday, March 23, 2015 at the Raleigh school. Monday was supposed to be the first day of spring break but the Wake County Schools system will be using three days of spring break this week to help make up for snow days from earlier this year. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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