Winter weather led to some closures and delays for area schools on Tuesday.
Incline Village schools will be closed on Jan. 10 and students will engage in online learning. The following message was sent to families is below.
Hello, Incline Village families—
This is an important message from the Washoe County School District for Tuesday, January 10. Students will engage in online learning from home. All classes, events and activities at all Incline Village schools are cancelled due to hazardous weather and road conditions.
Again, all students will engage in online learning from home on Tuesday, January 10, because schools are closed due to hazardous weather and road conditions.
Teachers at Incline Village schools have provided devices, links, and materials to students for online learning.
Once again, schools are closed on Tuesday, January 10 because of hazardous conditions. All students will engage in online learning and should have the materials they need to work with their classes from home.
All Lake Tahoe Unified School District schools are closed.
Additionally, Carson City School District schools are canceled on Jan. 10 due to lack of bus drivers and continued treacherous driving conditions. Schools were originally going to be delayed.
All Storey County School District schools are canceled.
All Lyon County schools are on a 2-hour delay on Tuesday. Officials say school dismissal remains unchanged and morning and afternoon classes are canceled for students in specialized Early Childhood Education (ECE).
All Truckee Meadows Community College web and web-live classes and remote operations will continue as scheduled. However, TMCC physical locations will open at 10 a.m. due to expected hazardous driving conditions. All face-to-face classes and on campus operations before 10 a.m. are canceled.