The Wake County school system plans to relocate students and staff from Wiley Elementary School in Raleigh in the 2018-19 school year to this renovated movie theater that has been serving as Garner High School’s Ninth-Grade Center.
The Wake County school system plans to relocate students and staff from Wiley Elementary School in Raleigh in the 2018-19 school year to this renovated movie theater that has been serving as Garner High School’s Ninth-Grade Center. Kyle Jahner News & Observer file photo
The Wake County school system plans to relocate students and staff from Wiley Elementary School in Raleigh in the 2018-19 school year to this renovated movie theater that has been serving as Garner High School’s Ninth-Grade Center. Kyle Jahner News & Observer file photo
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