University of Utah, some school districts delay Monday schedule anticipating snow

University of Utah, some school districts delay Monday schedule anticipating snow

SALT LAKE CITY — Multiple schools in Utah have announced that they will have delayed start times or are considering canceling school completely as a winter storm hits the state Sunday night through Monday.

The University of Utah has canceled all classes that start before 12:30 p.m. and will announce any changes to afternoon and evening classes by 11 a.m.

Box Elder, Davis, Weber and Provo City school districts will start two hours late on Monday, with no kindergarten or preschool. View the posts below for full details and information on how the districts will announce further closures.

The Alpine School District will not delay start times as they have an early release schedule Monday, but said parents will be notified of any decision to close school by 5:30 a.m.

The Salt Lake City, Granite and Murray school districts announced that their schools will plan to open and operate as normal until further notice, but added that parents can choose to keep their children home if they deem it unsafe.

This article will be updated as more information is made available.

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