School delays and cancellations for Jan. 4

UPDATES:

  • 8:53 a.m. January 4, 2022, Monroe
  • 6:26 a.m. January 4, 2022, Lake Stevens

SNOHOMISH COUNTY, Wash., January 3, 2022 – School districts across the Snohomish County have issued alerts of delays and cancellations for Tuesday, January 4, 2022.

Arlington

Home – Arlington Public Schools (wednet.edu)

No alerts on website and social media.

Edmonds

Home – Edmonds School District (wednet.edu)

Out of an abundance of caution, all schools in the Edmonds School District will begin two hours late on Tuesday, Jan. 4, due to difficult road and sidewalk conditions. Buses will operate on their regular routes, but will be two hours later than your student’s regular pick up time. 

Las escuelas comenzarán 2 hrs más tarde el martes 4 de enero debido a las condiciones peligrosas en las carreteras. Verifique su email para más detalles

Everett

2-hour late start, regular bus routes (everettsd.org)

Tuesday, January 4, all schools in Everett Public Schools will start two hours late due to weather conditions. There will be no A.M. Preschool or A.M. ECEAP. District transportation will pick up students on their regular bus routes two hours later than normal, and there will be no out-of-district transportation. Click headline for impact chart and learn about programs affected by late starts. Stay safe and warm! 

Granite Falls

Granite Falls School District 332 / Homepage (wednet.edu)

No alerts on website and social media.

Lake Stevens

Lake Stevens School District / Overview (wednet.edu)

All schools will start two hours late today, Tuesday, Jan. 4. There will be no a.m. preschool and no out-of-district transportation, including Sno-Isle buses. Buses are on regular routes throughout the district.

Marysville

Marysville School District 25 | Home (msd25.org)

No alerts on website and social media.

Monroe

Home – Monroe School District (wednet.edu)

After assessing road conditions this morning, we have decided that the safest option for our staff and students is to close schools today. There are many roads on our snow routes covered in ice and our drivers struggled to travel safely on these roads. In addition, we have a number of bus drivers reporting difficulty getting to work this morning and we are concerned about not having enough drivers to cover all bus routes today. We also have concerns about the safety of our walking students as most of the sidewalks have not been cleared and remain hazardous.

As a reminder, when schools are closed, there is no out-of-district transportation and no after-school activities or athletics.

Thank you for your understanding and partnership in putting the safety of our students and staff first. 

Mukilteo

SCHOOLS TWO HOURS LATE TUESDAY, JAN. 4. BUSES ON REGULAR ROUTES (mukilteoschools.org)

Mukilteo School District schools will start two hours late Tuesday, January 4, and school buses will operate on normal routes. The late opening of school also means that morning preschool classes have been canceled, zero-period classes have been canceled, morning classes at the Sno-Isle TECH Skills Center have been canceled and ECEAP classes have been canceled. There will be no out-of-district transportation.  

Mukilteo Virtual Academy, elementary and middle distance learning programs will begin on time.

We’ll continue to monitor the situation and update staff and families by 6 a.m. tomorrow. 

Northshore

Our Stories – Northshore School District (nsd.org)

Tuesday, Jan. 4: the Northshore School District will operate two hours late on snow bus routes.

All school grounds have been prepared to open school. However, District Support Services and Transportation staff have determined that side streets and sidewalks are still challenging due to snow and ice. The forecast is also calling for more precipitation overnight. A 2-hour delay will allow for more daylight and snowmelt so students who walk can see better, and student drivers can more easily navigate the roads.

  • Buses start 2 hours late on snow routes.
  • School starts 2 hours late with regular dismissal time
  • All partial programs cancelled
  • No ATI Networks, Sorenson Early Childhood Center, Head Start, Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program, preschool/pre-k programs, Dartmoor, Dolan Academy
  • No in-district CTE satellite shuttles
  • No out-of-district transportation
  • No zero period classes
  • No before school activities

Snohomish

Snohomish School District / Calendar (wednet.edu)

School will be delayed for two (2) hours on Tuesday, January 4. Please know we will continue to monitor conditions throughout the evening and early morning and will be in touch by 7 a.m. should there be any changes as well as whether buses will be operating on regular routes or inclement weather/snow routes.

The following will apply: 

  • All regular full-day classes will be held (start 2 hours later than regular schedules.) 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.​​​​​​​

Additional transportation and weather-related information is available at www.sno.wednet.edu/weather.

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2 thoughts on “School delays and cancellations for Jan. 4

  • January 4, 2022 at 9:11 AM
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    Updated 6:55AM
    Monroe (WA) SD: Closed, No out-of-district transportation. No before-school activities. No after school activities or athletics. UPDATE

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    • January 4, 2022 at 9:52 AM
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      Thank you for the update.

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