NO Only/Plus Classes – 2 hr delay open 9:00 to 6:00 PM

December 9th, 2016

by Katrina Brooke

Northshore School District and all the districts North of Seattle are Closed today so we will have no Toddler or Preschool Only or Plus Classes today. (Class schedules for 8;:30 to 12:30,8:45 to 12:45, 9:00-11:30, 9:00 to 2).  We will add a day of make up to our school Calendar and publish a revised Calendar in February to include any snow make up days.
We always try to open for our FULL day families.(Children scheduled for 5 to 10 hours daily).  Today we will have a two hour delay.  We will open at 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM for Friday, December 9, 2016.  This will give time for the sun to come up, rain and the warming to have an effect and for WADot to further clear the roads.  Looking at the traffic camera’s at 5:30 AM major roads are clear and wet.
Sound Design has been to The Shyne School and the driveway and parking lot has been shoveled and ice melt put down on any slick spots.
Both Northshore and Lake WA school districts are closed so there will be no van transportation.  We will provide care for our school age students for the day if this is a regularly scheduled day there is no additional charge.
Please be careful driving today.
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