CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Summer is over for 2,800 Charlotte-Mecklenburg school students who were back in class Monday.
Four Project L.I.F.T. schools on year-round schedules started class Monday. Those schools are Bruns, Walter G. Byers, Druid Hills and Thomasboro.
This is the second year of the year-round schedule for the Project L.I.F.T. students, who have longer breaks throughout the year.
The first day of school for other CMS schools is August 25.
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