Snow Routes

No Announcement means schools are on a normal schedule!

School schedule changes due to emergency situations are available on the La Conner School Website and at the Public Schools Emergency Communication System Web site:  

EMERGENCY/SNOW ROUTE PLAN - An announcement of “Emergency Routes Only”  means that bus service will not be provided for roads included in the Emergency/ Snow Route Plan. 

1.   Shelter Bay Drive past Shoshone Drive:  Meet at the Shelter Bay Clubhouse

2.   Tallawhalt Lane and Squi Qui Lane:  Meet at the bottom of Squi Qui Lane and Snee-oosh Road 

3.   Indian Road and Pull and Be Damned Road: Must provide your own transportation

If you have questions or concerns, please call or email the Transportation Supervisor at 360-466-3171.

Flash Alert Sign-up Information

Dear Families:

With the warning of severe weather in the next few days, please take this opportunity to remind yourselves of school procedures should it become necessary to begin late or cancel school due to weather conditions. In the event that we close the school, we will alert FLASH ALERT first (see instructions below on how to subscribe to Flash Alert).    

In addition, we will send a REMIND message, update the district Facebook page, and website, and notify Seattle–based television stations, including KIRO, KING, and KOMO; radio stations KBRC (AM 1430) and KAPS (AM 660) via Flash Alert.

Flash Alert Sign-up:

To receive the most up-to-date emergency information about our district, I encourage you to sign up for an automatic Emergency Flash Alert text or email from our school district by doing the following:

1)             Go to our school website;

2)             Click on School Closure Information from the menu on the left;

3)             Click on Seattle on the map;

4)             Click on North Puget Sound Schools;

4)             Click on La Conner School District;

5)             Follow the subscription prompt to receive a Flash Alert Message from our school district.

If you do not hear that school is closed or late, assume that the district will operate on schedule. Schools will be dismissed early only when a severe safety or health factor is involved. As long as we are warm and have water, we usually try to finish our regular school day. If it is determined that students must be sent home early, an announcement is sent via REMIND, the district's Facebook page, and website, and sent out over the Flash Alert System. The elementary school will contact as many parents as possible by telephone.

The safety of La Conner students will be at the heart of any decision made.