A committee of parents, school officials and community members may vote at its next meeting on whether to recommend closing a campus in the Fountain Valley School District.
The School Boundaries & Closure Committee met for the third time Tuesday night and read a report from DecisionInsite, an Irvine-based school enrollment demographic firm. At the end of the meeting, Stephen McMahon, the district's assistant superintendent for business, asked the 20 committee members to make lists of the pros and cons of closing a school and bring their findings back at the next meeting May 10.
At that meeting, McMahon said, the committee may vote on whether to recommend that the district close a school at the end of the 2011-12 school year. If the committee votes for closure, the members would then vote on a recommendation of which site to close.