Information on school closures and delays

Staff writerDecember 20, 2013 

Several Pierce County school districts are running two hours late this morning because of the early morning snow.

Auburn School District: 2 hours late, on-site day care will run two hours late, no a.m. preschool, no a.m. kindergarten and no Head Start, full-day kindergarten will run two hours late, no out-of-district transportation, no breakfast, but lunches will be served.

Bellarmine Preparatory School: 2 hours late.

Bethel School District: The website is not functioning, but schools are operating on time.

Carbonado School District: 1 hour late, buses on snow routes.

Cascade Christian Schools: K-12 School closed, childcare open except Puyallup Elementary.

Chief Leschi Schools: Closed, No activity bus runs

Concordia Luthern School: School and daycare closed

Dieringer School District: Closed.

Eatonville School District: Schools on time, no out-of-district transportation.

Federal Way School District: 2 hours late.

Fife School District: Closed, there is no morning preschool, no out-of-district transportation.

Franklin Pierce School District: 2 hours late, there is no head start, no preschool, no ECEAP and no out-of-district transportation.

Gig Harbor Academy: 2 hours late, morning preschool canceled.

Lake Tapps Christian: Closed, No kindergarten or preschool.

Orting School District: Closed.

Muckleshoot Tribal Schools: Closed, no Headstart, no a.m. or p.m. kindergarten/preschool.

Peninsula School District: 2 hours late.

Puyallup School District: 2 hours late.

Rainier Christian Schools: 10 a.m. start, no a.m. bus service

Sumner School District: Closed.

St. Frances Cabrini School: Closed.

Tacoma Community College: Opening at 10 a.m. because of the snow.

Vashon Island School District: 2.5 hours late, No a.m. kindergarten.

White River School District: Closed, no preschool, buses on snow routes.

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