Brentwood Elementary School fourth-grader Isabella Campos adjusts a lighthouse she and her classmates built. The Wake County school system is considering whether to convert Brentwood and eight other schools to a year-round calendar for the 2017-18 school year.
Brentwood Elementary School fourth-grader Isabella Campos adjusts a lighthouse she and her classmates built. The Wake County school system is considering whether to convert Brentwood and eight other schools to a year-round calendar for the 2017-18 school year. News & Observer file photo
Brentwood Elementary School fourth-grader Isabella Campos adjusts a lighthouse she and her classmates built. The Wake County school system is considering whether to convert Brentwood and eight other schools to a year-round calendar for the 2017-18 school year. News & Observer file photo
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