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(KSL News) -- Parents had a chance to speak out against the possible closure of two elementary schools in Salt Lake County.
The Jordan School Board is trying to determine if it will shut down Mountainview and Cottonwood Heights.
Two weeks ago, a committee recommended closing both schools.
But yesterday the school board listened to parents and teachers give their opinion on the issue.
The board plans to make its final decision on March 8th.