Savory Elementary Grade 3 student Silas Gesslein (left) and Grade 5 students Hannah Little and Isaiah Gesslein enjoy the first significant snowfall of 2020. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)

Schools open for session across Greater Victoria

Some bus routes may be delayed, altered due to slippery conditions

Schools across Greater Victoria are open for session Tuesday.

Despite snow still falling in some areas of the Capital Region, schools in the Saanich School District (SD63) will be open.

The Sooke School District (SD62) advised students to bundle up as temperatures are expected to remain below freezing. The District also noted some bus routes may be delayed or altered due to slippery conditions.

The Greater Victoria School District (SD61) also advised parents, guardians and students alike to bundle up for the trip to and from school.

Greater Victoria’s post-seconday institutions were open Monday. Camosun College has confirmed on its website that classes are running again Tuesday.

READ ALSO: Greater Victoria drivers, cyclists warned of low visibility, slippery road conditions


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