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  • See why this parent is concerned about Wake school reassignment plan

    Video: Parent Kristin Riha from Fuquay is concerned that a proposed Wake County school reassignment plan will have her two daughters, two grades apart, going to different schools. One would be on a traditional calendar year schedule; the other on year-round. They get ready for school on Sept. 29, 2017.

See why this parent is concerned about Wake school reassignment plan

Video: Parent Kristin Riha from Fuquay is concerned that a proposed Wake County school reassignment plan will have her two daughters, two grades apart, going to different schools. One would be on a traditional calendar year schedule; the other on year-round. They get ready for school on Sept. 29, 2017.
Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com