Supporters of a Rancho Cordova school faced with closure will have another chance to make their case before school district officials this week.
The Sacramento City Unified School District Board of Education will hear information Thursday on a proposal to close A.M. Winn Elementary School and send its students to James W. Marshall Elementary School and Abraham Lincoln Elementary School.
A school district committee is recommending two other schools be closed and two be consolidated.
The closure of A.M. Winn, which is under-enrolled, is projected to save the district $181,000.
The board will not make a final decision on the proposed closures this week, and will only hear information at its 6:30 p.m. meeting. The district's public outreach meeting at A.M. Winn last month was heated, the Grapevine Indepedent reported.
An email sent to A.M. Winn supporters urged them to wear school clothes or royal blue to this week's meeting.
This week, the school board will also select its president, vice president and second vice president for next year.
Sacramento City Unified School District Board of Education meeting
6:30 p.m. Thursday
Serna Center, 5735 47th Ave.