Students and staff at Wiley Elementary School in Raleigh could relocate temporarily in 2018 to a renovated theater in Garner that’s now being used to house high school freshmen. The Wake County school system may be able to find a closer location for Wiley.
Students and staff at Wiley Elementary School in Raleigh could relocate temporarily in 2018 to a renovated theater in Garner that’s now being used to house high school freshmen. The Wake County school system may be able to find a closer location for Wiley. News & Observer file photo
Students and staff at Wiley Elementary School in Raleigh could relocate temporarily in 2018 to a renovated theater in Garner that’s now being used to house high school freshmen. The Wake County school system may be able to find a closer location for Wiley. News & Observer file photo
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Wake County may change swing space sites for four Raleigh schools

October 12, 2016 06:00 AM

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