May 25, 2024 5:03 am

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School delays and cancellations for January 17

SNOHOMISH COUNTY—School districts across the Snohomish County have issued alerts of delays and cancellations for Wednesday, January 17, 2024.


Home – Arlington Public Schools (

Due to poor road conditions, all schools will be starting two hours late this morning. Buses operating on limited routes. There will be no out-of-district transportation, no Presidents Preschool, no zero period, and no Skills Center or Regional Apprenticeship Program. There will be no class meetings or services on-site for SVLC and APPLE/ECEAP due to a continued water disruption


Home – Edmonds School District (

All schools in the Edmonds School District are closed today, Wednesday, January 17, due to current icy road conditions. While some neighborhoods may be fine, others are unsafe for travel today. All after-school activities, all evening events at district buildings (including non-district events) are canceled. 

  • No before school programs
  • No out-of-district transportation
  • All after-school activities, all evening events at district buildings (including non-district events) are canceled


Everett Public Schools (

No notice of school delays nor closure.

Granite Falls

Granite Falls School District 332 / Homepage (

No notice of school delays nor closure.

Lake Stevens

Home – Lake Stevens School District (

No school for Skyline Elementary students on Wednesday, Jan. 17. The Skyline and district team were hard at work today getting the school ready after this weekend’s water issue. Unfortunately, we need another day to prepare our learning spaces to make sure they are safe and ready for our students. There is no school for Skyline students Wednesday, Jan. 17.

Glenwood Elementary School will return to school Wednesday on their normal schedules. 

Thursday:  All schools and bus routes on normal schedules. No Sno-Isle Skills Center today.


Marysville School District 25 | Home (

Wednesday, January 17, 2024: Due to icy road conditions and for the safety of students and staff, the Marysville School District is operating on a 2-hour late start with limited transportation (buses on snow routes). There is no half-day preschool, no AM Sno-Isle Skill Center, and no out-of-district transportation.

Go to to view the limited transportation routes.


Home – Monroe School District (

Due to severely icy roads and sidewalks, all Monroe School District schools will be CLOSED today, 1/17/24. There will be no out-of-district transportation and all events and activities are canceled.


Mukilteo SD 6 / Homepage (

Mukilteo School District classes have been canceled today (Wednesday, Jan. 17) because of hazardous road conditions. Classes at the Sno-Isle TECH Skills Center, distance learning, and ECEAP preschool are also canceled. The canceling of school also means that all other school events and activities have been canceled for today. This includes any scheduled sports contests, team practices, and after-school meetings. Information about the rescheduling of these events will be made available in the coming days.


Home – Northshore School District (

Today, January 17, all Northshore schools are closed due to inclement weather and extremely hazardous road conditions in areas of the district. All district schools are closed, and there are no after-school, evening activities including athletics. Childcare in our schools are also closed. The Northshore Admin Center is open.


Snohomish School District: Out of an abundance of caution and as we continued monitoring the weather and road conditions throughout the morning, we have decided to cancel all schools for Wednesday, January 17.

All district events and activities, as well outside facility use on our campuses, fields and in our schools, have been canceled. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your cooperation and support.

Additional weather-related information is available at

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