Some school districts have used all their budgeted snow days, and a number of schools will likely be closed again Tuesday due to another snowstorm.
Area school districts said students will have to make some of the days up, even if it means coming in on a weekend.
DeForest is one of the districts in the area that has run out of planned-for snow days. The DeForest School District has canceled school three times so far this winter and brought students in late another three times.
"We have to make sure we're in compliance with (the Department of Public Instruction) and the expectations for numbers of minutes kids are in schools at each of the levels, so you're always trying to balance how to make sure you can accommodate those days," said Jon Bales, DeForest superintendent.
State law requires schools to schedule 180 days, and five of those days can be used for parent-teacher conferences or inclement weather.