The school board on Thursday will consider two options for reorganizing the elementary school system.
The first is to change four kindergarten through eighth-grade schools to kindergarten through sixth grade; maintain three existing kindergarten through fifth-grade schools; maintain three currently existing sixth- through eighth-grade middle schools, and offer three schools with kindergarten through eighth grade.
The second option would be to change all K-8 schools to K-5 schools and to assign all sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade students to one of three existing middle schools.
An alternative is to leave the system as it is. The district staff will present the options to the board Thursday, and the trustees may decide to put one of the proposals up for a public hearing April 17, a spokeswoman for the district said.