North East Carolina Prep School math and science teacher Linda Baggett, left, welcomes fifth-grader Kayla Speight, 9, and her mother Teresa Speight to her room Thursday inside the new middle school building.
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North East Carolina Prep School math and science teacher Linda Baggett, left, welcomes fifth-grader Kayla Speight, 9, and her mother Teresa Speight to her room Thursday inside the new middle school building.

Prep school unveils new facility for students

By Jim Holt

Staff Writer

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TARBORO – The seemingly ever-changing campus at North East Carolina Prep School in Tarboro will be inundated today with hundreds of new students, parents and teachers ready to kick off the 2013-14 school year.

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