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  • Green Elementary reopens after two years

    VIDEO: Students, parents and teachers meet and greet at the newly reopened Green Magnet Elementary School Wednesday, August 24, 2016. North Raleigh's Green Elementary was closed for two years to raze the entire 1950s era campus on Six Forks Road. The new Green Magnet Elementary campus has a 75,000 square foot, three story main building accessed by Snelling Drive off Six Forks Road.

VIDEO: Students, parents and teachers meet and greet at the newly reopened Green Magnet Elementary School Wednesday, August 24, 2016. North Raleigh's Green Elementary was closed for two years to raze the entire 1950s era campus on Six Forks Road. The new Green Magnet Elementary campus has a 75,000 square foot, three story main building accessed by Snelling Drive off Six Forks Road. Harry Lynch The News and Observer
VIDEO: Students, parents and teachers meet and greet at the newly reopened Green Magnet Elementary School Wednesday, August 24, 2016. North Raleigh's Green Elementary was closed for two years to raze the entire 1950s era campus on Six Forks Road. The new Green Magnet Elementary campus has a 75,000 square foot, three story main building accessed by Snelling Drive off Six Forks Road. Harry Lynch The News and Observer

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