Wisconsin School Districts Lead the Nation in Being StormReady

There are moments every year in Wisconsin that life threatening impacts communities. Life threatening weather, according to the National Weather Service, includes but is not limited to extreme heat, cold, wind, snow, ice, lightning, tornadoes, and tropical weather. More and more Wisconsin school districts are being proactive by incorporating federal standards of weather safety into their emergency operations plan. StormReady is a federal plan of best practices to increase safety and resiliency to extreme weather events. This page is dedicated to the growing list of school districts that are StormReady designated, through the work of Fair Skies Consulting, by the National Weather Service. If you are interested in learning more about how your school district can benefit from StormReady, reach out Mark McGinnis, CCM at