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June 25, 2020
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Plainfield North High School juniors Dylan Rasmason and Calvin Sharp, and senior Jack Kiefer took part in football drills this week. State health guidelines allowed football practice to resume as long as players wear masks or maintain appropriate social distancing.
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MESSAGE FROM DISTRICT 202
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Hello, District 202 Education Partners,

We hope you are well!

Here is this week’s selection of D. 202 news and information:

This Week's Highlights

SPECIAL MESSAGES:

RETURNING TO SCHOOL THIS FALL

  • The State Board of Education released new guidance and directives for local school districts to return to school this fall. District 202 will share its own plan, based on this new guidance, as soon as possible.

STUDENT REGISTRATION

CENSUS 2020

  • There is still time to complete your 2020 Census, and it is more important than ever. The Census determines Will County’s share of federal funds. Please complete the 2020 Census. It’s very simple!

Households should have received a letter with a personalized, 12-digit Census ID code.

Go to http://my2020census.gov, use that code to sign in, and you’re all set!

Census data help determine our legislative representation in Congress and our share of $675 billion in federal funding.

Remember, COUNT EVERYONE, BECAUSE EVERYONE COUNTS.

Thank you in advance for doing your part!

REGULAR INFORMATION

  • The Student Services Department, in conjunction with Hartgrove Counseling Center, hosted a "Virtual Parent Night" on June 17 and 18, 2020 to share information with parents about childhood mental health, coping tools and parenting resources. Click here for videos in English and Spanish.

 

District 202 will create five-year strategic plan this fall
Jun 25, 2020
COVID-19 creates $5M hole in D. 202 proposed FY ‘21 operating budget
Jun 23, 2020
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JUL 15
Board of Education Committee meetings
JUL 20
Board of Education regular meeting
JUL 22
Plainfield Foundation for Excellence
AUG 12
Board of Education Committee meetings
AUG 17
Board of Education regular meeting
SEP 14
Board of Education regular meeting
Week in Review

TOP SOCIAL MEDIA POSTS

These District 202 social media posts got the most attention and feedback this week:
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High school football players returned to the field with specific pandemic guidelines to keep everyone safe.

Plainfield High School-Central Campus and Plainfield North High School spent a few days this week in small groups conditioning outside.

Coaches must follow state-mandated guidelines to keep athletes safe during the pandemic.

Athletes must wear masks or be at least six feet apart during workouts, temperatures and symptom checks are conducted and recorded. 
#202proud



facebook image from facebook A statement from District 202 Superintendent on plans for returning to school: Dear District 202 Families and Staff, I hope you are all well and enjoying your summer break so far. As you know, the State Board of Education yesterday released new guidance and direction for local school districts to return to school this fall. As you might expect, this guidance is very complex and will take some time to fully sort out. However, it essentially boils down to three key points: 1. In-person learning (that is, going “back to school") is the priority 2. Essential safety measures must be followed, including wearing masks, washing hands, etc. 3. Plans must anticipate the possibility of more remote learning if/as needed The good news is, District 202 administration, teachers and parents have been working on plans along these general lines since late April, so we are already moving in this direction and much of our planning is already done or in process. Visit www.psd202.org/documents/1593014804.pdf to read more of Dr. Lane Abrell's statement. #202proud

twitter image from twitter A total of 190,409 meals have been given out since the start of the free meal program. @d202schools, @Aramark began offering free meals on March 17 when school buildings were closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Details: visit Click Here #202proud

PHOTOS/VIDEOS

The District 202 Community Relations Department is traveling around the district taking pictures and videos. Check out what our students have been up to!

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Bags of Hope food drive, 06.18.2020
Bags of Hope food drive, 06.18.2020
Thank You

…for your continued support of our students and staff.

Please do everything you can to be safe and stay well.

 

Have a good weekend.

Tom Hernandez

Plainfield District 202

Director of Community Relations

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Officer

(815) 577-4008

(815) 514-5409 (cell)

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Twitter: @d202schools

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