Daisha Correa, center, and other students pick out a free book in the library at Bannon Creek Elementary School in Natomas in 2010. Natomas Unified School District leaders may add portable classrooms and shift sixth-graders to middle school to reduce potential overcrowding.
Daisha Correa, center, and other students pick out a free book in the library at Bannon Creek Elementary School in Natomas in 2010. Natomas Unified School District leaders may add portable classrooms and shift sixth-graders to middle school to reduce potential overcrowding. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
Daisha Correa, center, and other students pick out a free book in the library at Bannon Creek Elementary School in Natomas in 2010. Natomas Unified School District leaders may add portable classrooms and shift sixth-graders to middle school to reduce potential overcrowding. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com

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