Schools in Incline Village will be closed Monday, Oct. 25 due to inclement weather, said Washoe County School District in an early morning statement. Reno High School will also be closed due to “significant water damage.”
All other schools in the district are open with no delays.
A winter storm warning remains in effect for the greater Lake Tahoe area until 11 p.m. tonight. The heaviest snowfall is expected Monday morning, turning to rain in the afternoon, forcing the closure of Incline schools.
The closure comes on the same day the district was slated to host a media event at it begins preparations for winter weather transportation and school closure notifications.
At Reno High School weekend rain caused damage to multiple classrooms. District officials said they’ll take today to assess the damage and make repairs.
“We will keep you updated as this situation evolves,” the district said in an announcement to parents and students, indicating the closure may last more than one day.
Update: This story has been updated to include closure of Reno High School.
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