School delays and cancellations for November 7

SNOHOMISH COUNTY, Wash., November 6, 2022—School districts across the Snohomish County have issued alerts of delays and cancellations for Monday, November 7, 2022, due to power outages from last weekend’s storm.

Arlington School District

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Arlington High School and Pioneer Elementary closed Monday, Nov. 7 due to power outage. There will be a two-hour delay for all other schools for Nov. 7 to provide better visibility when transporting students. There will be no out-of-district transportation, no AM/PM APPLE or Presidents Preschool, and no Skills Center or Regional Apprenticeship Program. Several bus routes are also impacted.

Everett Public Schools

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Edmonds School District

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Lake Stevens School District

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Lake Stevens High School and Sunnycrest Elementary School are closed to students and staff, Monday, Nov. 7. If power is restored overnight, and we are able to get internal building temperatures to a comfortable setting and ensure network and phone connectivity, we will send an additional update to LSHS and Sunnycrest staff and families by 8 a.m. Monday letting them know that school is in session and the start time.

All other schools will start two hours late. There is no a.m. preschool at the ELC. The afternoon (p.m.) session is on its normal schedule. This delayed start time will allow for the sun to rise, and will allow for safer routes to schools. This will also give the Snohomish County PUD time to continue restoring power throughout our community. If things change overnight, and we need to cancel school districtwide, we will send an additional message Monday morning by 8 a.m. If we do not share an additional message, we are operating on the schedule we shared above.

There is no out-of-district transportation tomorrow, including Sno-Isle buses. Our Transportation staff are in the process of assessing road closures, and we will share information with families about alternative bus routes as soon as they are available. This information will be shared via email and text message.

Marysville School District

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All schools will be open and operating on a regular schedule tomorrow, Monday, November 7. Thanks to the hard work of our facilities and maintenance staff each school has been checked and the power to the schools has been verified. There may some residual issues with phone service or the internet, but our technology team is checking sites and addressing issues as they arise. We also appreciate the work of the PUD crews as they have cleared debris on power lines and fixed transformers. We know some areas of Marysville and Tulalip are still without power and some roads have debris on them so please be safe driving to school or work.

Monroe School District

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Mukilteo School District

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Northshore School District

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Snohomish School District

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Due to continued widespread power outages across the district, there will be a 2-hour delayed start on Monday, November 7, at every school in the Snohomish School District. The following will apply:

  • Buses are on regular routes but will arrive two hours later than normal.
  • All regular full-day classes will be held (start two 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.​​​​​​​

If you are a Cascade View Elementary or Machias Elementary family, please note that as of this evening those two schools do not have power. We will communicate with Cascade View Elementary and Machias Elementary families at 8 a.m. on Monday, November 7, through School Messenger regarding any updates. As of this time, those two schools are on a 2-hour late start with all other district schools.

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