Late start for Sequim schools on Friday

With the projected icy road report for tomorrow morning and out of what school district officials call “an overabundance of caution,” Sequim schools will be open and operating on a two-hour delay for Friday, Jan. 7, officials announced Thursday.

Classes Helen Haller Elementary, Sequim Middle School, Sequim High School, Olympic Peninsula Academy and Dungeness Virtual School will begin at 10:15 a.m.

Greywolf Elementary classes will begin at 10:30 a.m.

Buses will operate on snow routes.

There will be no preschool programs.

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