DENVER -- It's not a snow day, but it's a start, right, kids? Here's the latest on school closures and delays following April's blizzard in Colorado.
NOTE: This list will be updated throughout Wednesday evening and Thursday morning. To keep up with the latest school closings and delays, head to our School Closings and Delays page.
A handful of school districts around the state have closed schools Thursday in the wake of Wednesday's blizzard.
Most of the districts that issued closures Thursday are in north and east Colorado. They include:
- Bennett School District 29J
- Briggsdale Schools Weld RE 10J
- Byers School District 32-J
- Deer Trail School District 26J
- Strasburg District 31-J
Several local schools and school districts said they have issued delays Thursday morning.
Denver Public Schools is on a one-hour delay for schools that start after 8:30 a.m. Douglas County School District schools have a 90-minute delay due to the road conditions, and morning preschool and morning kindergarten classes are canceled. Littleton Public Schools, Aurora Public Schools and Weld Re-8 schools are on a one-hour delay.
Mullen High School is opening at 9:30 a.m. and Regis Jesuit High School is on a two-hour delay.
Cherry Creek Schools has announced delayed starts as well. See their tweet below for details:
CCSD will be on a delayed start today. Elementary school bus pick-up and start times will be delayed 60 minutes. High and middle school bus pick-up and start times will be delayed 90 minutes. Before-school child care schedule won't change. More info: https://t.co/UXtQdfTE73 pic.twitter.com/9BTNlvmPdC— Cherry Creek Schools (@CCSDK12) April 11, 2019
NOTE: This list will be updated throughout the evening. To keep up with the latest school closings and delays, head to our School Closings and Delays page.