More delays for Kenai Peninsula Schools
Moose Pass School will be the lone school closure on Friday
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) - Continued winter weather and hazardous road conditions have prompted another round of delayed starts Friday for some schools on the southern and eastern Kenai Peninsula, along with one school closure.
In a Friday morning release, the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District announced that Moose Pass School will cancel classes for the day Friday, due to heavy snowfall.
Other schools in the Seward area and from Ninilchik south will have a two-hour delay on Friday, the district announced in a press release. This means that morning buses will run two hours later than normal, school times will begin two hours later than normal and all Pre-K sessions are canceled.
Two-hour delays are in effect for the following southern Peninsula Schools:
- Chapman School
- Connections Homeschool
- Fireweed Academy
- Homer Flex School
- Homer High School
- Homer Middle School
- Kachemak Selo School
- McNeil Canyon Elementary School
- Nikolaevsk School
- Ninilchik School
- Paul Banks Elementary School
- Razdolna School
- Voznesenka School
- West Homer Elementary School
Across Kachemak Bay, Nanwalek School, Port Graham School and Susan B. English School will start on a normal schedule.
In the Seward area, the following schools also have a two-hour delay on Friday:
- Seward Elementary School
- Seward High School
- Seward Middle School
Additionally, the district announced later Thursday evening, Hope School and Cooper Landing School will also be delayed by two hours on Friday.
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