Many students across Greater Victoria spent Monday taking advantage of a day off to play in the snow. (Jesse Laufer/News Staff)

Another snow day for Greater Victoria students

SD62 announces Tuesday closures with a video tweet

All of the school districts in Greater Victoria will be closed Tuesday.

In the words of Sooke School District superintendent Scott Stinson, “woohoo, snow day!”

Stinson announced SD62 will be closed with a short video, playing in the snow.

The Saanich School District (SD63) also confirmed Monday evening that none of its schools will be open on Tuesday, Feb. 12 due to snow. For more information, go to sd63.bc.ca.

Shortly after, the Greater Victoria School District (SD61) also announced it be closed Tuesday. The district is asking parents and guardians to review its incremental weather protocol.


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