Wake school board to spend $2.8M for future school property in Cary
Posted November 5, 2013
Updated November 6, 2013
Cary, N.C. — The Wake County Board of Education voted Tuesday night to spend nearly $2.8 million to purchase a 22.38-acre piece of land in southwest Cary for the site of a future elementary school.
The land is south of Morrisville Parkway and west of White Oak Church Road. The approved purchase will come from dollars made available from the Plan 2006 bond funds, school leaders said.
The school board also passed a resolution to name the Career and Technical Education high school for the late Vernon Malone, the first chairman of the merged Wake school system.