From left, Durant Road Middle School 7th grade science class students Marius Erickson, Kyle Weinzapfel, Joseph Shealey and Adam Chapman take turns supervising and assembling a simple robotic experiment on Jan. 30, 2016. Durant Road Middle in Raleigh is among the multi-track year-round schools that will be considered for conversion to a traditional calendar in 2018.
From left, Durant Road Middle School 7th grade science class students Marius Erickson, Kyle Weinzapfel, Joseph Shealey and Adam Chapman take turns supervising and assembling a simple robotic experiment on Jan. 30, 2016. Durant Road Middle in Raleigh is among the multi-track year-round schools that will be considered for conversion to a traditional calendar in 2018. News & Observer file photo News & Observer file photo
From left, Durant Road Middle School 7th grade science class students Marius Erickson, Kyle Weinzapfel, Joseph Shealey and Adam Chapman take turns supervising and assembling a simple robotic experiment on Jan. 30, 2016. Durant Road Middle in Raleigh is among the multi-track year-round schools that will be considered for conversion to a traditional calendar in 2018. News & Observer file photo News & Observer file photo
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