Palisades Park Elementary, which opened in southwest Charlotte in 2014, has grown so fast that its STEM magnet program will shift to nearby Winget Park Elementary.
Palisades Park Elementary, which opened in southwest Charlotte in 2014, has grown so fast that its STEM magnet program will shift to nearby Winget Park Elementary. Diedra Laird Observer file photo
Palisades Park Elementary, which opened in southwest Charlotte in 2014, has grown so fast that its STEM magnet program will shift to nearby Winget Park Elementary. Diedra Laird Observer file photo
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