Snow could mean no school for Issaquah School District middle schoolers

November 22, 2010

By Laura Geggel

NEW — 12:30 p.m. Nov. 22, 2010

Issaquah School District middle school students could get a snow day tomorrow, but high school and elementary school students might not be as lucky.

All five middle schools — Beaver Lake, Issaquah, Maywood, Pacific Cascade and Pine Lake — have an early release day Tuesday, because of an end-of-the trimester grading day.

If the school district operates on a delayed start timetable on Tuesday, middle school students will not have school, but their younger and older peers in elementary and high school will still have class.

If the snow continues to accumulate, the district may delay school on Wednesday. If school is delayed two hours, lunch will not be served for middle- and high-school students. Elementary schools will still serve lunch.

If there is a one-hour delay on Wednesday, lunch will be served at all three levels.

Learn more about snow delays at the district website.

Bookmark and Share
Other Stories of Interest: , , , , , ,

Comments

2 Responses to “Snow could mean no school for Issaquah School District middle schoolers”

  1. Kim on November 22nd, 2010 6:48 pm

    I don’t know if anyone has walked outside, but there should obviously be no school tomorrow for any grade level. The buses seemed to be incapable of even managing 1 inch of snow earlier today. I see no possible way for them to manage almost 5 inches. I understand wanting to postpone snow days until later on in the season, but tomorrow is a “snow day” and not calling it off would just be stupid.

  2. Issaquah traffic remains slow as snowflakes continue to fall : The Issaquah Press – News, Sports, Classifieds in Issaquah, WA on November 22nd, 2010 6:59 pm

    [...] district could cancel classes for middle school students Tuesday — the day is a previously scheduled end-of-trimester [...]

Got something to say?

Before you comment, please note:

  • These comments are moderated.
  • Comments should be relevant to the topic at hand and contribute to its discussion.
  • Personal attacks and/or excessive profanity will not be tolerated and such comments will not be approved.
  • This is not your personal chat room or forum, so please stay on topic.