Everett High School on Wednesday morning. (Sue Misao / The Herald)

Everett High School on Wednesday morning. (Sue Misao / The Herald)

School closures and late starts for Friday

Check back for updates, or with your school for the latest information.

Everett Public Schools: Open. Regular Friday LIF schedule, buses on snow routes, no out-of-district transportation. Updated 7:46 am

Granite Falls SD: Buses will be running on snow routes. Reminder: 1-hour early release Friday for all schools.

Index SD: 2 hours late, No out-of-district transportation.

Lake Stevens SD: Regular Friday schedule, with an 85-minute early release. Buses are on normal routes and schedules.

Lighthouse Christian Academy – Snohomish: 2 hours late, No kindergarten.

Marysville SD: Normal start times w/ Early Release: Follow Early Release Friday’s Schedule.

Monroe SD: Closed. No out-of-district transportation.

Snohomish SD: 2 hours late. AM/PM Buses on snow routes. 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 Sno-Isle Technical Skills Center. No out-of-district transportation.

Stanwood SD: 2 hours late. No AM preschool. Due to changes in road conditions, ALL AM buses are on snow routes. Updated 7:47 am

Sultan SD: AM/PM Buses on snow routes.


EdCC-Headstart/EHS: MONROE Head Start and EHS group activities canceled. (MONROE: No a preescuela por la mañana). Staff report to work.

Everett CC: Open. All EvCC locations and WSU Everett are open normal business hours. Classes held as scheduled.

WSU Everett: Open.


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