Little River School Elementary School students shared their excitement for extracurriculars, including North Carolina “Ugly Jugs,” with N.C. Sen. Mike Woodard during a recent classroom visit. The Durham Public Schools would either have to lay off 100 arts, music and P.E. teachers or find $6 million dollars to hire additional teachers to reduce class sizes if a state mandate is allowed to stand. Greg Childress gchildress@heraldsun.com
Little River School Elementary School students shared their excitement for extracurriculars, including North Carolina “Ugly Jugs,” with N.C. Sen. Mike Woodard during a recent classroom visit. The Durham Public Schools would either have to lay off 100 arts, music and P.E. teachers or find $6 million dollars to hire additional teachers to reduce class sizes if a state mandate is allowed to stand. Greg Childress gchildress@heraldsun.com

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