After scoring a late goal, Middle Creek freshman forward Mattie Murphy is lifted up by teammate Maggie Banks (18) during Middle Creek's girls soccer game at Athens Drive on Tuesday, May 24, 2016. Wake County school staff are warning that the district may have to charge athletic activity participation fees if they don’t get enough money this year.
After scoring a late goal, Middle Creek freshman forward Mattie Murphy is lifted up by teammate Maggie Banks (18) during Middle Creek's girls soccer game at Athens Drive on Tuesday, May 24, 2016. Wake County school staff are warning that the district may have to charge athletic activity participation fees if they don’t get enough money this year. Ray Black III newsobserver.com
After scoring a late goal, Middle Creek freshman forward Mattie Murphy is lifted up by teammate Maggie Banks (18) during Middle Creek's girls soccer game at Athens Drive on Tuesday, May 24, 2016. Wake County school staff are warning that the district may have to charge athletic activity participation fees if they don’t get enough money this year. Ray Black III newsobserver.com
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Wake County schools warn of potential budget cuts, higher fees

May 27, 2016 05:58 PM

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