Students at Helen Y. Stough Elementary in Raleigh arrive at the school in the morning of Oct. 4, 2011. The Wake County school system is considering whether to do a mix of new construction and partial renovations at Stough or to demolish what exists in favor of all-new construction.
Students at Helen Y. Stough Elementary in Raleigh arrive at the school in the morning of Oct. 4, 2011. The Wake County school system is considering whether to do a mix of new construction and partial renovations at Stough or to demolish what exists in favor of all-new construction. TAKAAKI IWABU News & Observer file photo
Students at Helen Y. Stough Elementary in Raleigh arrive at the school in the morning of Oct. 4, 2011. The Wake County school system is considering whether to do a mix of new construction and partial renovations at Stough or to demolish what exists in favor of all-new construction. TAKAAKI IWABU News & Observer file photo
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