The Snowline Joint Unified School District announced that they will finally be reopening schools on Monday, March 6th after seven school days of being closed due to the winter storm. The significant snowfall left many school campuses in need of clean-up. Staff, students and volunteers came together to work on snow removal throughout last week in order to prepare for the anticipated reopening. Snowline JUSD issued a statement on Thursday afternoon saying, “The Snowline Team has been working hard to get our campuses back open […] This week has been a true testament to the resiliency of the Snowline Community.”
On Friday, March 3rd students from the Serrano High School Fire CTE volunteered to help remove snow for an updated school bus route in Wrightwood that will be transporting students in front of the Wrightwood Community Building as opposed to the regular bus route along Hwy 2. The Serrano Fire CTE also assisted in removing snow at Wrightwood Elementary and worked with San Bernardino County Fire to help locate and clear fire hydrants around town.
This weekend, Wrightwood Elementary served as a Commodity Point of Distribution and worked in partnership with San Bernardino County, Wrightwood CERT, and Wrightwood CSD to help distribute food, water, and baby supplies to mountain residents who have been impacted by the storm. The distribution will continue on Monday, March 6th from 10am-4pm at the Wrightwood Community Building.
Snowline JUSD is requesting photos or videos from last weeks snow storm in order to archive this historic weather event that took place around the district. Please send pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org