Due to windy and snowy road conditions forecasted for Thursday morning, several school districts in San Diego County have announced closures and delays. The San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) announced that all schools in the Mountain Empire Unified School District will be closed due to inclement weather. Additionally, late starts are planned for Julian Union High School District, Julian Union Elementary School District, and Warner Unified School District.
The safety of students and school staff is the top priority for San Diego County school districts, as stated by SDCOE. The inclement weather has led to closures on Wednesday for several school districts as well, including the Julian Union High School and Elementary School District, Warner Unified School District, and Spencer Valley School District. A Winter Storm Warning is in effect until noon on Thursday for mountain communities in San Diego County.
The impact of the inclement weather on school closures and delays highlights the importance of ensuring the safety of students and staff during adverse weather conditions. As the situation continues to develop, updates will be provided on the status of school closures and delays in San Diego County.
Overall, the local school closures and delays in response to the expected inclement weather serves as a reminder of the importance of prioritizing the safety of students and staff in adverse weather conditions, and underscores the need for ongoing monitoring and communication of weather-related updates.