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School Closures and Delays

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Closings 
Updated Thursday, Jan 19 at 6:00 am Almira-Coulee/Hartline SD 2 Hrs. Late 
Big Bend Comm College 2 Hrs. Late 
Boundary County School District CLOSED 
Cheney School District CLOSED 
Chewelah School District CLOSED 
Christian Heritage School District CLOSED 
Coeur d'Alene Christian School CLOSED 
Columbia School District 2-Hour Delay 
Colville School District CLOSED 
Coulee-Hartline School District 2-Hour Delay 
Creston SD CLOSED 
Cusick SD 2 Hrs. Late 
Davenport School District 2-Hour Delay 
Dayton School District 2-Hour Delay, No AM Preschool and No Breakfast 
Deer Park School District 2-Hour Delay 
East Valley School District (Yakima) - 2 Hour Delay, No AM preschool, Buses on snow routes. 
East Valley School District #361 2-Hour Delay 
Ephrata School District CLOSED 
Genesee Public Schools 2-Hour Delay 
Grand Coulee Dam School District 2-Hour Delay 
Great Northern School District 2-Hour Delay 
Harrington School District / 2 Hour Delay 
Heritage University (Toppenish) - Classes Start at Noon 
Inchelium School District 2-Hour Delay 
Kahlotus School District 2-Hour Delay, No AM Preschool 
Kettle Falls School District 2 Hour Delay 
Kootenai Joint School District CLOSED 
LaCrosse School District 2-Hour Delay 
Lake Pend Oreille School District CLOSED 
Lakeland School District CLOSED 
Liberty School District 2-Hour Delay 
Lind School District 2-Hour Delay 
Lind-Ritzville Cooperative Schools CLOSED 
Lind-Ritzville Cooperative Schools 2-Hour Delay 
Loon Lake School District Closed 
Mary Walker School District CLOSED 
Medical Lake School District 2-Hour Delay 
Moses Lake School District - CLOSED 
Moses Lake Christian Academy CLOSED 
Newport School District 2-Hour Delay 
Newport School District CLOSED 
North Idaho Christian (Hayden) CLOSED 
North Idaho Stem Charter Academy Closed 
Nine Mile Falls School District / 2 Hour Delay 
Oakesdale SD 2 Hr. delay 
Reardan-Edwall School District 2-Hour Delay 
Spokane Public Schools Bus Delays: Elementary School 30 Minutes Late, Middle School 1 Hour Late, High School On Time 
Soap Lake School District CLOSED 
St. Maries Joint School District CLOSED 
St. Rose of Lima CLOSED 
Saint George's School CLOSED 
Wallace School District CLOSED 
Post Falls School District CLOSED 
Washtucna School District 2-Hour Delay 
Odessa School District 2-Hour Delay 
Selkirk School District Closed 
St. John-Endicott Schools 2-Hour Delay 
Wellpinit School District 2-Hour Delay 
Okanogan School District 2-Hour Delay 
Omak School District 2-Hour Delay 
Othello School District 2-Hour Delay 
Potlatch School District CLOSED 
West Bonner County School District CLOSED 
Wilbur-Creston School District CLOSED 
Othello School District CLOSED 
Paschal Sherman Indian School 2-Hour Delay 
Wilson Creek School District CLOSED 
Orient School District Closed 
Warden School District CLOSED 
Riverside School District CLOSED 
Sprague Lamont School District 2-Hour Delay 
Valley School District(Between Chewelah and Springdale) CLOSED 
Okanogan School District 2-Hour Delay 
Quincy School District CLOSED 

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