CALIFORNIA, USA — The aftermath of recent winter storms is keeping some schools in Northern California closed, but others are still finding a way to keep the school day going.
However, some schools are still dealing with impacts to power and roads as snow continues to fall in the Sierra. With unpredictable weather still ahead, some schools are calling Monday a snow day.
Here's what the plans are for Northern California schools.
El Dorado County
The following schools have canceled classes Monday.
- Camino Union School District - all sites
- El Dorado HS, Independence HS, and Union Mine HS (EDUHSD)
- Gold Oak Union School District - all sites
- Indian Diggings School District
- Lake Tahoe Unified School District - all sites
- Pioneer Schools District - all sites
- Pollock Pines School District - all sites
The following schools have a two-hour delayed start:
- Gold Trail, all sites - 1-hour delayed start
- Pioneer Union School District, all sites - Potential 2-hour delayed start (will be re-evaluated in the early morning)
The Amador County Unified School District has canceled classes for Monday due to safety concerns for staff and students.
Colfax Elementary School District is planning for a late start on March 6. School will start at 10 a.m.
Tahoe Truckee Unified School District has canceled all classes due to the impacts on neighborhood roads and hazards related to operating their busses.
Both Colfax High School and Foresthill High School will have a late start. School begins at 10 a.m. and will be out at 3:39 p.m.