Snow day for Lake Tahoe colleges, schools in South Lake Tahoe and Incline Village
Designated stopsThe following are the main bus stops for the designated bus stops for Whittell High School (WHS) and Zephyr Cove Elementary School (ZCES): The corner of Tina Court and Ski Court for students living in the Tramway and Kingsbury Village area: WHS - Bus will arrive at 6:40 a.m. and depart at 7:05 a.m. ZCES - Bus will arrive at 7:57 a.m. and depart at 8:20 a.m. Glenbrook area will board at the entrance to Glenbrook: WHS - Bus will arrive at 6:32 a.m. ZCES - Bus will arrive at 7:36 a.m. Parents are responsible for delivering students to the main bus stops in the morning and picking them up from the same stop in the afternoon.
With snow falling and a blizzard warning set to take effect Thursday morning, schools around Lake Tahoe are closing for the day.
Douglas County schools at the lake are open but buses will only be stopping at main bus stops (see factbox for designated stops).
Lake Tahoe Community College in South Lake Tahoe and Sierra Nevada College in Incline Village are both closed Thursday.
❄️Campus is CLOSED today for the safety of our students and staff. Conditions are expected to worsen throughout the day with blizzard conditions. We will continue to post updates on our website, Facebook, & Twitter ❄️ Be safe! pic.twitter.com/2xoogVLTit
— LakeTahoe CoCollege (@LakeTahoeCC) March 1, 2018
The National Weather Service has issued a blizzard warning for the Lake Tahoe region Thursday. A storm is expected to linger through Saturday morning and dump multiple feet of snow at higher elevations.
This post will be updated when more closure information becomes available.
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