With DuBois As Backdrop, Wake School Board To Meet With County Leaders
Posted February 28, 2005
RALEIGH, N.C. — The Wake County School board meets with County Commissioners Monday.
It's the first meeting since a controversial decision involving a temporary reassignment plan in North Raleigh.
The two sides disagree on how to handle the Dubois Center in Wake Forest.
Some parents don't want their students to attend class there -- they say the area isn't safe and too far away.
Commissioners rejected a plan to fund the DuBois Center site.
But, the school board found a way around the money and voted to send students there.