Apex High school students change classes between its five main buildings and several detached modular classrooms on January 28, 2016. Renovations for Apex High will likely be funded in the Wake County school system’s next building program. But some other projects might have to wait if the Wake County Board of Commissioners tries to limit funding to less than $450 million over the next two years.
Apex High school students change classes between its five main buildings and several detached modular classrooms on January 28, 2016. Renovations for Apex High will likely be funded in the Wake County school system’s next building program. But some other projects might have to wait if the Wake County Board of Commissioners tries to limit funding to less than $450 million over the next two years. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Apex High school students change classes between its five main buildings and several detached modular classrooms on January 28, 2016. Renovations for Apex High will likely be funded in the Wake County school system’s next building program. But some other projects might have to wait if the Wake County Board of Commissioners tries to limit funding to less than $450 million over the next two years. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
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