Central Kitsap schools closed, North Kitsap on two hour delay Thursday

Central Kitsap schools closed, North Kitsap on two hour delay Thursday

The Central Kitsap School District canceled school on Thursday, February 14 due to dangerous road conditions, the district announced Wedesday.

“We know these snow days are not always easy for families,” a statement from the district reads. “But our main concern is always student safety.”

The Bremerton School District was still determining whether to cancel classes as of 3:10 p.m. District representatives were seeking input from families, and were asking for photos showing road conditions acrosss the region.

Up-to-date information can be found on the Bremerton School District’s Facebook page.

The North Kitsap School District announced it would be operating on a two hour delay Thursday, with school buses operating on snow routes.

“We will be reassessing conditions in the AM and any changes will be communited by 6:00 a.m.,” a statement from the district reads.

The South Kitsap School District canceled classes Thursday citing poor road conditions.

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