Students at the Wakefield High School Ninth-Grade Center head home at end of school day from the converted Winn Dixie Supermarket that was leased by the Wake County school system and is now used as a school building to control crowding at Wakefield in Wake Forest, NC on Jan. 4, 2016. The Wake County Board of Commissioners approved a 10-year extension of the lease for the site to 2026.
Students at the Wakefield High School Ninth-Grade Center head home at end of school day from the converted Winn Dixie Supermarket that was leased by the Wake County school system and is now used as a school building to control crowding at Wakefield in Wake Forest, NC on Jan. 4, 2016. The Wake County Board of Commissioners approved a 10-year extension of the lease for the site to 2026. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Students at the Wakefield High School Ninth-Grade Center head home at end of school day from the converted Winn Dixie Supermarket that was leased by the Wake County school system and is now used as a school building to control crowding at Wakefield in Wake Forest, NC on Jan. 4, 2016. The Wake County Board of Commissioners approved a 10-year extension of the lease for the site to 2026. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
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