Ucluelet’s first snowfall of the year had local kids seeking frosty fun on Feb. 3. From left, Grace Henry, 6, Tianna Henry, 9, Mackenzee Moore, 11, and Chloe Moore, 9, had sleds in hand as they stomped through the snow around Ucluelet Secondary School. Local kids have another opportunity to enjoy their winter wonderland as school has been cancelled in both Tofino and Ucluelet on Feb. 12. (Photo - Andrew Bailey)

Tofino and Ucluelet schools closed on Tuesday due to icy roads

“Although there was not as much snow as predicted, the roads are still very slippery in some areas.”

Jack Frost worked just hard enough overnight to score a day off school for West Coast kids.

School has been cancelled in both Tofino and Ucluelet on Tuesday, Feb. 12, due to icy road conditions.

“Although there was not as much snow as predicted, the roads are still very slippery in some areas so we are not running the busses just to be safe,” reads an announcement on Ucluelet Secondary School’s website.



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