Amelia Ewens, 5, listens to Emily Hardee, Brentwood Magnet Elementary School's Magnet coordinator, left, talk during a Magnet Mini Fair at Farmington Woods Elementary School in Cary, N.C., Wednesday, January 6, 2016. Ewens was at the fair with her parents Samantha and Andy Ewens. Brentwood is one of four magnet schools that could switch to a year-round calendar in August 2016.
Amelia Ewens, 5, listens to Emily Hardee, Brentwood Magnet Elementary School's Magnet coordinator, left, talk during a Magnet Mini Fair at Farmington Woods Elementary School in Cary, N.C., Wednesday, January 6, 2016. Ewens was at the fair with her parents Samantha and Andy Ewens. Brentwood is one of four magnet schools that could switch to a year-round calendar in August 2016. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com
Amelia Ewens, 5, listens to Emily Hardee, Brentwood Magnet Elementary School's Magnet coordinator, left, talk during a Magnet Mini Fair at Farmington Woods Elementary School in Cary, N.C., Wednesday, January 6, 2016. Ewens was at the fair with her parents Samantha and Andy Ewens. Brentwood is one of four magnet schools that could switch to a year-round calendar in August 2016. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com
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