School cancelled in SD62

Due to heavy snow, school is cancelled in the Sooke School District for Wednesay, Jan. 18. Check out for updates.

Due to heavy snow and dangerous driving conditions, school is cancelled in the Sooke School District for Wednesday, Jan. 18. Check out for updates.

Closed schools:

Colwood Elementary School

Crystal View Elementary School

David Cameron Elementary

Hans Helgesen Elementary School

Happy Valley Elementary School

John Muir Elementary School

École John Stubbs Memorial School

Lakewood Elementary School

Millstream Elementary School

Poirier Elementary School

Port Renfrew Elementary School

Ruth King Elementary School

Sangster Elementary School

Saseenos Elementary School

Savory Elementary School

Sooke Elementary School

Willway Elementary School

Wishart Elementary School


Dunsmuir Middle School

Journey Middle School

Spencer Middle School


Belmont Secondary School

Edward Milne Community School

Westshore Learning Centre

Pacific Secondary School


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