Principal Stephen Mares hands out diplomas during the Broughton High School graduation ceremonies held at the school in Raleigh in 2012.
Principal Stephen Mares hands out diplomas during the Broughton High School graduation ceremonies held at the school in Raleigh in 2012. Chris Seward News & Observer File Photo
Principal Stephen Mares hands out diplomas during the Broughton High School graduation ceremonies held at the school in Raleigh in 2012. Chris Seward News & Observer File Photo
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Broughton High Principal Stephen Mares moves to Athens Drive High

October 04, 2016 08:50 PM

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