Two hour late start for schools

Both the Tahoma and Kent School Districts will be having a two hour late start on Tuesday, Feb. 5.

  • Tuesday, February 5, 2019 11:08am
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Due to weather conditions, both the Tahoma and Kent School District will have a two hour late start tomorrow, Tuesday Feb. 5.

In the Tahoma School District there will be no a.m. preschool and busses are on limited routes.

There will be no out of district transportation.

For more information on the Tahoma School District, go to www.tahomasd.us/.

As for the Kent School District, there will be no preschool and no out of district transportation.

For more information on the Kent School District, go to www.kent.k12.wa.us/.

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