UPDATED: Missoula County Public Schools closed because of snow, cold

2010-11-23T06:58:00Z 2010-11-23T08:31:36Z UPDATED: Missoula County Public Schools closed because of snow, coldMissoulian missoulian.com
November 23, 2010 6:58 am  • 

All Missoula County Public Schools will be closed Tuesday, Nov. 23, due to blowing snow, poor visibility and low temperatures. In addition, all school-related activities are cancelled.

Loyola and St. Joseph schools in Missoula are also closed for the day, as is Valley Christian. Beach Transportation reports that Target Range School is also closed.

In the Bitterroot Valley, Victor and Lone Rock schools are closed.

In addition, classes in Corvallis and Stevensville are starting two hours late, and the buses aren't running in Stevensville. Woodman School outside Lolo is also starting two hours later.

Some schools are, however, open: Lolo School, Hellgate District 4, Bonner School, Clinton and Florence schools are reporting that they'll be open as usual.

Finally, the Univesity of Montana reports that classes will be held today. Individual professors can, however, cancel a session if they cannot make it to the office.

Keep watching Missoulian.com for any updates.



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