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April 10, 2014 3:49 PM

Wake County cancels June 13 makeup day for traditional-calendar schools

Instead of holding a makeup day on June 13, traditional-calendar schools that are short of the state’s requirement of 1,025 hours of instruction will consider options such as shortening lunch periods, reducing the time to change classes and canceling some fun but non-instructional activities.

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