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Here's a list of North Carolina school districts closed for teachers rally on May 16

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The latest on the May 16th education rally (WTVD)

More than a third of North Carolina's public school students will have a holiday next week as schools close for teachers to attend a rally in the capital city.

Thousands of teachers are expected to be in Raleigh on May 16 for the "March for Students and Rally for Respect."
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The teachers are visiting legislators on the first day of the 2018 session to ask for better pay and working conditions.

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Here's a breakdown of what's happening at the March for Students on May 16



The state's three largest school systems are among those closing: Wake County in Raleigh, Charlotte-Mecklenburg and Guilford County in Greensboro.

Schools are making plans to accommodate students with exams May 16 as well as getting meals for low-income students.

Here's a list of districts that have announced closures:

Alamance-Burlington
Alexander County
Asheboro City
Asheville City
Brunswick County
Buncombe County
Cabarrus County
Chapel Hill-Carrboro
Chatham County Schools
Charlotte-Mecklenburg
Cumberland County
Davie County
Durham Public Schools
Franklin County Schools
Gaston County
Granville County
Guilford County
Hickory Public Schools
Hoke County
Iredell-Statesville
Johnston County
Kannapolis City
Lexington City
Mooreville Graded School District
Nash-Rocky Mount
New Hanover County
Orange County
Onslow County
Pender County
Pitt County
Rowan-Salisbury Schools
Stanly County
Thomasville City
Union County
Wake County
Warren County
Wayne County
Wilson County Schools
Winston-Salem-Forsyth
Vance County Schools
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