Sacramento Storm: Sacramento city unified cancels classes

At least six schools are still without power and have no timeline for restoration.

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The return from winter break for Sacramento City Unified School District will be one day longer now.

SCUSD canceled classes districtwide due to impacts from the winter storm Sunday morning and potential impacts that could still come. At least six schools are still without power and they don’t have a timeline for full power restoration.

“We have been in close contact with SMUD throughout the day and do not have a timeline for the full restoration of power,” officials said in a message to parents.

Officials said they’ll be closing all campuses for the safety of students and staff Monday. School officials said they hope to resume classes on Tuesday.

Other impacts include a downed tree that is impacting the school telephone system. It might result in some families not being able to contact the school directly until the issue is fixed.

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