CORNELIUS, N.C. - Cornelius could be joining other towns trying to pull away from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools system.
Town officials have been studying options for several months and met with frustrated parents Wednesday night.
"My son has been in a trailer since the third grade," one parent said. "He's only experienced that, and it's a shame."
In the video at the top of this webpage, reporter Tina Terry explains the future overcrowding at the schools and the possibility of starting a new district.
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