Freeport School District offices will close at 12 pm today (January 22, 2019) due to anticipated inclement weather conditions. There is already no school for students today (January 22, 2019) because of a District Staff Institute. All Freeport High School after school activities, including practices and games/events, are also cancelled today (January 22, 2019).
There are no other current closings in Freeport School District at this time.
Below are the main ways that you can get news about weather-related school closures when they occur:
an automated phone call will be sent to parents/guardians and staff. Make sure your school's main office has your most recent contact information on file.
check local media for closing announcements: TV - 13WREX, 23WIFR, 17WTVO/FOX39; Radio - WFRL AM 1570, WFPS FM 92.1, WEKZ FM 93.7, WQLF FM 102.1
visit our website at www.fsd145.org. Closings will be posted at the top of this page.
Process: The decision to close schools during extreme weather is made as early as possible, often very early in the morning. The decision is based on the best weather information available and how that weather will affect students, staff, and parents during travel times. Canceling school because of inclement weather is the Superintendent's decision, and he communicates with his leadership team to make the best decision for our students. Factors considered include road conditions, air temperatures of negative 20 or lower, and wind chills of negative 20 to negative 30.