From left, Dylan Solano 6, watches as Elise Horn, 6, pushes the car, which is starting off the track, with Lindsey Plunkett and Aldo Salado standing by at Coltrane-Webb STEM Elementary School in 2015. Cabarrus County is among 20 counties that would be allowed to start school as early as Aug. 10 under a bill approved by the state House on Thursday, April 6, 2017.
From left, Dylan Solano 6, watches as Elise Horn, 6, pushes the car, which is starting off the track, with Lindsey Plunkett and Aldo Salado standing by at Coltrane-Webb STEM Elementary School in 2015. Cabarrus County is among 20 counties that would be allowed to start school as early as Aug. 10 under a bill approved by the state House on Thursday, April 6, 2017. MARTY PRICE Marty Price
From left, Dylan Solano 6, watches as Elise Horn, 6, pushes the car, which is starting off the track, with Lindsey Plunkett and Aldo Salado standing by at Coltrane-Webb STEM Elementary School in 2015. Cabarrus County is among 20 counties that would be allowed to start school as early as Aug. 10 under a bill approved by the state House on Thursday, April 6, 2017. MARTY PRICE Marty Price

Let schools start earlier in August, NC House says

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