School closures for Thursday

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

Arlington SD: 2 hrs late. AM buses on limited routes. No out-of-district transportation. No AM skills center. No zero-hour classes, No AM or PM APPLE or Presidents preschool. A decision regarding athletics, after-school/evening activities and afternoon bus routes will be made by 1:00 p.m. on Thursday.

Edmonds SD: 2 hours late with buses on regular routes. Students will be dismissed at the regular dismissal time unless otherwise notified. Buses arrive for student pick up two hours after the regular pick up time. No A.M. Move 60! Programs. No A.M. special education preschool. No A.M. preschool co-op, Family PreK, & ECEAP. Right At School morning program begins at 8:30 a.m.; after school programming on a normal schedule. All after school activities take place as scheduled unless otherwise notified. No out-of-district transportation. No Intra-District transportation for CTE programs. CTE Intra-District classes will be in session according to the host school’s modified schedule, without traveling students in attendance. No A.M. Sno-Isle programs; P.M. Sno-Isle programs will be in session as usual.

Everett SD: 2-hour late start, buses on snow routes. There will be no AM ECEAP or AM Preschool. Buses will run on snow routes due to snow and ice conditions and there will be no out of district transportation.

Grace Academy: 2 Hours Late

Lake Stevens SD: 2 Hours Late, No AM preschool, AM buses on snow routes. No out-of-district transportation.

Marysville SD: 2 Hours Late, No preschool, AM buses on snow routes. No Out of District transportation. No AM Sno Isle Skill Center transportation.

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

NW School for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children: Two-hour delay start for all students and staff.

Snohomish SD: 2 Hours Late, AM/PM Buses on snow routes. Buses are on limited transportation (snow) routes for morning pick-up and afternoon drop-off. No out-of-district transportation. No a.m. and/or p.m. half-day special education preschool, or ECEAP. No morning AIM classes. No zero-hour classes. No Sno-Isle Technical Skills Center. No morning elementary band. The Snohomish Aquatic Center will open at 8 a.m.

Stanwood-Camano SD: 2 Hours Late, No AM preschool, AM buses on snow routes. No out-of-district transportation.

Sultan SD: 2 Hours Late, No AM preschool, AM/PM Buses on snow routes. No out of district transportation.

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Cascadia College: Open today. Please use caution traveling to campus, and check with instructors or supervisors as needed.

Everett CC: Closed. No day, evening, or online classes. Includes all locations and WSU Everett. Updated 8:09 am

WSU Everett: Closed. Updated 8:20 am

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EdCC-Headstart/EHS: PM Classes scheduled as usual. However, evening CLC meetings are canceled for CG, LYN, EA, & ChL. Updated 11:38 am

Greater Trinity Academy: 2.5 Hours Late. Closing at 2:30. No bus service.

Mukilteo Academy: 2 Hours Late. N0 morning care, No morning preschool.

Soundview School: Late start. No morning Playschool. Classes begin at 10:30 am.

Wee Care Academy: Open at 9 am.

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