School Closures Feb. 7-8, Late Starts Feb. 9
The safety of students and school staff is of the utmost importance to San Diego County school districts.
Following two snow day closures, schools in the following districts are open on Friday, Feb. 9. To ensure safe travel for buses and staff, the start of the school day is delayed and bus stops will run 90 minutes later than the regular time.
- 9 a.m. Spencer Valley School District
- 9:10 a.m. Julian Union High School District
- 9:20 a.m. Julian Union Elementary School District
- 9:30 a.m. Warner Unified School District
Schools in the Mountain Empire Unified School District are also open on Feb. 9, operating on a regular schedule.
Due to inclement weather and icy road conditions, the following districts called for snow days for their schools on Wednesday, Feb. 7 and Thursday, Feb. 8:
- Julian Union Elementary School District
- Julian Union High School District
- Mountain Empire Unified School District
- Spencer Valley School District
- Warner Unified School District
We will share additional updates as they are available. Follow @SanDiegoCOE on X (formerly known as Twitter) for real-time updates.
** Updated Feb. 9 at 6:13 a.m. **
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