Superintendent Ann Clark (standing, right) and District 1 school board member Rhonda Lennon address a packed house at Cornelius Town Hall on Thursday.
Superintendent Ann Clark (standing, right) and District 1 school board member Rhonda Lennon address a packed house at Cornelius Town Hall on Thursday. Ann Doss Helms ahelms@charlotteobserver.com
Superintendent Ann Clark (standing, right) and District 1 school board member Rhonda Lennon address a packed house at Cornelius Town Hall on Thursday. Ann Doss Helms ahelms@charlotteobserver.com
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CMS parents and elected officials pack Cornelius student assignment meeting

January 22, 2016 03:24 PM

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