FREEDOM, WI- The cold snap affecting everyone across northeast Wisconsin especially students. School districts are tracking the conditions carefully outside tonight to make sure everyone is safe. Wind chills expected to dip below zero for the next week or so here in northeast Wisconsin and it's the kind of weather that grabs the attention of every school superintendent.
In Wisconsin people know temperatures can turn on a dime. Dropping into the teens tonight and possibly below zero next week. You don't have to tell that to Freedom School Superintendent Kevin Kilstofte in charge of keeping 1,700 students safe.
"We have to make decisions for the safety of the kids throughout the district," says Kilstofte.