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School district closings

School district closings

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KGMI News Reporting
By Tysen Allumbaugh

The Bellingham, Blaine, Ferndale, Lynden, Meridian, Mount Baker, and Nooksack Valley school districts have canceled class on Monday, February 24.

Bellingham Christian school, the Lynden Christian schools, Cornerstone Christian school, Whatcom Community College, Charter College and Bellingham Technical College have also cancelled class.

However, BTC will make a decision regarding their evening classes at 2 p.m. on Monday.

Other schools and colleges could decide on cancellations overnight and into early Monday morning.

For all closures click “closing” under the news tab or follow this linkĀ http://kgmi.com/closings/

 

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