Children board a school bus in Everett on Thursday morning. (Sue Misao / The Herald)

Children board a school bus in Everett on Thursday morning. (Sue Misao / The Herald)

Updated 8:18 a.m.: School closures, delays for Thursday, Feb. 24

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Arlington SD (UPDATE): Closed. Due to worsening road conditions, road closures and multiple accidents, schools are closed for the day for the safety of students and staff. The school will send out an update about after-school activities this afternoon.

Edmonds Community College: Headstart/EHS: Monroe ECEAP 2 hours late. Monroe AM Head Start canceled. Staff report to work on usual schedule.

Everett Community College: Opening at noon. EvCC and WSU Everett open for in-person service at noon. In-person classes before noon are canceled. Online and livestream classes will continue as scheduled. More info here

Granite Falls SD (UPDATE): Closed. All afterschool activities and events are canceled.

Index SD: 2 Hours Late.

Lake Stevens SD: 2 Hours Late, No AM kindergarten, AM/PM Buses on snow routes. No out-of-district transportation. More info here

Lakewood SD: Due to poor weather conditions, school is closed today.

Marysville SD: 2 Hours Late. Buses operating on Limited Transportation Routes. No Out-of District Transportation including transportation to Sno-Isle Skill Center, RAP and McKinney-Vento programs. Half-Day Preschool is canceled.

Monroe SD: 2 Hours Late, No AM preschool, No out-of-district transportation. Buses on regular routes.

Nancy’s Noah’s Ark: 2 Hours Late. Campus will be opening at 9am for all programs.

Northwest Regional Learning Center: School Closed

Providence Classical Christian School: 2 Hours Late.

Snohomish SD: 2 Hours Late. Due to ice, school in the Snohomish School District will be delayed for two (2) hours. Buses will operate on regular routes (not inclement weather/snow routes). Classes will release at normal afternoon release times. No a.m. and/or p.m. half-day special education preschool or ECEAP. No morning elementary band. No morning AIM classes. No zero-hour classes. No morning Sno-Isle Technical Skills Center. No out-of-district transportation.

Snohomish Discovery School (UPDATE): Closed.

South Whidbey SD: 2 Hours Late, AM buses on snow routes.

Stanwood SD: Closed. No after-school activities. More info here

Sultan SD: 2 Hours Late, No AM preschool. RAP and Sno-Isle will transport at the regular times. All other out of district transportation is canceled. More info here

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