Auburn schools on 2-hour delayed start Thursday | UPDATE

  • Wednesday, February 13, 2019 9:49pm
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Auburn schools will open two hours later Thursday because of road conditions.

District offices are open.

According to the Auburn School District, a.m. and p.m. buses are on snow routes. There will be no out-of-district transportation.

There are no a.m. or p.m. early childhood education and assistance programs (ECEAP), no a.m. early childhood education (ECE) classes, no community lab and no a.m. transportation for extended-day ECE, and no transportation for extended-day programs. Full-day ECEAP is two hours late.

No breakfast. Lunches will be served.

For updates, visit the district’s home page.

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