Unseasonally late snowfall throughout the Portland region early Monday has prompted Beaverton, Hillsboro, North Clackamas, Tigard-Tualatin, Portland, Sherwood and quite a few other university districts to delay opening by two hrs.
Some other districts, including Banking companies, Corbett, Evergreen, Forest Grove, Reynolds and Vancouver, are shut for the whole working day.
Portland Community Colleges has explained most colleges will open up two hours late but two are shut totally thanks to electricity outages.
Below is the record of districts with delays or closures:
Banking companies: closed
Beaverton: 2-hour delay
Canby: 2-hour hold off
Centennial: 2-hour hold off
Colton: 2-hour hold off
David Douglas: 2-hour delay
Estacada: 2-hour hold off
Forest Grove: shut
Gaston: 2-hour delay
Hillsboro: 2-hour hold off
Lake Oswego: 2-hour delay
Molalla: 2-hour hold off
North Clackamas: 2-hour hold off
Oregon City: 2-hour hold off
Oregon Trail: 2-hour delay except 1-hour hold off only at Sandy Substantial
Parkrose 2-hour delay
Portland: 2-hour hold off for all schools, other than Skyline and Forest Park shut all day because of to downed trees and energy outages no just before-college youngster treatment or morning preschool.
Riverdale: 2-hour delay
Sherwood: 2-hour delay
Tigard-Tualatin: 2-hour hold off
West Linn-Wilsonville: 2-hour hold off, no morning preschool
Clackamas Community Faculty and Portland Community Higher education have also postponed early morning courses Monday.