Plainfield, IL – Local Schools Shift to E-Learning Amid Weather Concerns

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Plainfield, IL – In response to inclement weather, Plainfield School District 202 has announced a transition to remote learning for January 12. According to the district’s Facebook update, students are instructed not to attend in-person classes and will instead utilize Google Classrooms via district-issued laptops to continue their education for the day. 

The district assures that this attendance day will not require compensation later in the school year. The announcement also highlighted the suspension of athletics, after-school activities, and the YMCA Kid Zone, with decisions pending for Saturday’s events. 

The district’s website provides additional details on their E-Learning Day protocols and inclement weather plans. Students are expected to return to in-person classes on January 16, following the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.

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