- Acceptable Use of Technology Policy
- Athletic Interest Survey
- Bad Weather Information
- Before/After School Care
- Bullying Information
- Curriculum Guides
- District Wellness Policy
- Erin's Law
- E-Learning Days
- Summer School
- Higher Ed/Military Information Waiver
- Middle School Grading and Assessment Guidance
- New to D.202
- Non-Discrimination Commitment
- Offender Community Notification Laws
- Office 365 Guides
- Parent Resource Links
- Pay to Participate
- Plainfield Parent Community Network
- Residency Hotline
- School Handbooks
- School Safety Information
- Social Emotional Learning and Resources
- Student Laptop/Computer Help
- Virtual Backpack
- Website Guide for Parents
Welcome to Plainfield Community Consolidated School District 202!
District 202 is a progressive, large, culturally and socioeconomically diverse suburban school district. We are dedicated to helping all of our 26,000 students learn, grow, achieve and succeed. Click here to learn more about District 202.
This page includes the essential information to help our new families make your District 202 journey as smooth and successful as possible. However, you are always welcome and encouraged to call your home school(s) or Director of Community Relations Tom Hernandez directly for more information or help.
GOING TO SCHOOL
District 202 students attend schools based on their home address, enrollment and other logistical considerations, not necessarily their proximity to a particular school.
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- How do I register my children for school?
Illinois requires certain health information and immunizations in order for students to attend public school.
CLICK HERE FOR HEALTH REQUIREMENTS
Like most Illinois school districts, District 202 charges families a small fee to help offset the cost of each child's education. Fees depend on the student's grade level and activities.
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Some students may qualify for fee waivers and/or free or reduced price breakfast and lunch based on their family's financial status.
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Families can pay school-related fees (registration, lunch, etc.) either at their school(s) or online.
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District 202 schools operate from mid-August to late May, unless snow days are used.
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School times vary by grade level.
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District 202 partners with the C.W. Avery YMCA to provide before and after-school childcare through the Y's "KidZone" program in all 17 of our elementary schools.
District 202 District 202 creates its own curriculum through a multi-year process aligned to local, state and national learning standards.
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District 202 provides a wide range of special education services, in compliance with state and federal law to support and ensure that all students have every chance to succeed in and out of the classroom.
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District 202 students do well overall on state standardized tests.
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District 202 families can keep track of their students' school activities online through the Home Access Center.
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Bus route information is included in each student's Home Access Center account.
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Generally speaking, per state guidelines District 202 provides transportation to students living more than 1.5 miles from their home school.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW WALKING SUBDIVISIONS
District 202 families can download an app onto their smart phones to track their student's bus in real time.
CLICK HERE TO FOR BUS MOBILE APP
District 202 students can participate in a wide range of athletics, and non-athletic, club and social activities. Please contact your school's main office and/or the Athletic Office directly for more information.
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