Apex High school principal Diann Kearney says that her school continues to have water and drainage problems due to clay soil and its several buildings sited on different elevations. The rebuilding of Apex High is recommended for inclusion in Wake County’s next school building program.
Apex High school principal Diann Kearney says that her school continues to have water and drainage problems due to clay soil and its several buildings sited on different elevations. The rebuilding of Apex High is recommended for inclusion in Wake County’s next school building program. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Apex High school principal Diann Kearney says that her school continues to have water and drainage problems due to clay soil and its several buildings sited on different elevations. The rebuilding of Apex High is recommended for inclusion in Wake County’s next school building program. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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