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

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

School closures for Wednesday

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

Arlington SD: Closed. No out of district transportation. After school and evening activities canceled.

Edmonds SD: Closed.

Everett Public Schools: Closed, No out-of-district transportation. Updated 5:47 am

Grace Academy: Closed.

Granite Falls SD: Closed. All evening activities, athletics and events are canceled.

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

Lakewood SD: School is closed. No out of district transportation.

Lake Stevens SD: Closed, No out-of-district transportation. No athletics or activities. No community facility use.

Lighthouse Christian Acad. Snohomish: Closed. No kindergarten. Updated 5:49 am

Marysville SD: Closed. Updated 6:47 am

Monroe SD: Closed, No out-of-district transportation. Updated 5:40 am

Mukilteo Academy: Closed. No classes. Updated 5:49 am

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

Northshore Christian Academy: Closed. Early Learning Center and K-8th programs canceled.

Shoreline Christian School: Closed.

Snohomish SD: Closed. There will be no district busing or transportation available. All evening meetings/functions scheduled to take place in district facilities will be canceled. The evening Dutch Hill/Machias Panther Pal event at the Snohomish Valley Golf Center has been canceled. The Snohomish Aquatic Center will open no earlier than 11 a.m. Please see the facility webpage for updates. Updated 5:48 am

Soundview School: Closed. Playschool, before or after-school activities, athletics, events, and meetings are also canceled.

South Whidbey SD: Closed. Updated 6:05 am

St. Mary Magdalen (Everett): Closed. Extension, preschool extension and all school activities are canceled. Updated 5:50 am

Stanwood SD: Closed. No preschool. No out-of-district transportation. All activities and athletic events will be canceled.

Sultan SD: Closed. No out-of-district transportation. Updated 6:05 am

Zion Lutheran – Lake Stevens: Closed. Updated 5:41 am


Cascadia College: Late start at 10:30 a.m. Buildings open at 10 a.m. Classes and activities before 10:30 a.m. canceled.

Edmonds Community College: Closed. All classes (including evening and online classes) and activities canceled. More at edcc.edu/alert. Updated 7:49 am

EdCC-Headstart/EHS: ALL preschool classes and EHS groups canceled. (Todas las clases se cancelan hoy). Offices closed. Staff do not report. Updated 8:18 am

Shoreline Community College: Opening at 10 am. Classes scheduled to start prior to 10:30 am are canceled.

UW Bothell: 2 Hours Late. UW Bothell open at 10:30 a.m.

Wee Care Academy: Closed.

WSU Everett: Closed.

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