Instructor Daniel Jarvis at left leads his concert band II class of Apex High school students through their music in a very cramped band rehearsal room January 28, 2016. Wake County school board members say they’d like to look at increasing arts funding in the 2016-17 operating budget.
Instructor Daniel Jarvis at left leads his concert band II class of Apex High school students through their music in a very cramped band rehearsal room January 28, 2016. Wake County school board members say they’d like to look at increasing arts funding in the 2016-17 operating budget. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Instructor Daniel Jarvis at left leads his concert band II class of Apex High school students through their music in a very cramped band rehearsal room January 28, 2016. Wake County school board members say they’d like to look at increasing arts funding in the 2016-17 operating budget. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
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