Surrey School District building. (File photo)

Ten Surrey schools will be closed today due to power outages

Surrey Superintendent Jordan Tinney made the announcement Friday morning

Ten schools in Surrey will be closed today due to power outages.

In an announcement posted to Twitter, Surrey Superintendent Jordan Tinney said that these schools would be closed:

  • Elgin Park
  • Chantrell Creek
  • Crescent Park
  • Ocean Cliff
  • Ray Shepherd
  • Laronde
  • Adams Road
  • Walnut Road
  • East Kensington
  • North Surrey

All other schools will be open and fully operational, he said.



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