1/19 UPDATE:

Due to the wind and some snow drifts, Laramie County School District 1 says it is anticipating some bus delays this morning.

"We encourage you to keep checking your bus locator app, Stopfinder, for the latest information," LCSD1 said in a phone call and email to families.

LCSD1 says parents who do not feel comfortable sending their children to school may keep them home and their absence will be excused, as is always the case during a weather event.

"Please know that our staff members are doing the best that they can to provide for your students during inclement weather," LCSD1 said.


Due to predicted winds and hazardous road conditions, Laramie County School District 1 will start on a two-hour delay tomorrow, Jan. 19.

LCSD1 spokeswoman Mary Quast says students and staff are to arrive two hours after their normal start time and bus routes will run two hours later than normal.

"Breakfast service is canceled," said Quast. "Only lunch service will be offered."

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Quast says classes will run with shortened periods and dismissal will occur at the regular time.

"We will continue to monitor conditions and will communicate any updates as necessary," said Quast.

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