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  • Residents make a final plea on student assignment

    Spirits ran high as the CMS school board held a public hearing before voting on boundary changes Wednesday evening. The votes cap two years of student assignment review.

Spirits ran high as the CMS school board held a public hearing before voting on boundary changes Wednesday evening. The votes cap two years of student assignment review. Jeff Siner The Charlotte Observer
Spirits ran high as the CMS school board held a public hearing before voting on boundary changes Wednesday evening. The votes cap two years of student assignment review. Jeff Siner The Charlotte Observer
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