What's happening

JAN 17

Board of Education Committee Meeting
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
District Administrative Center, 15732 Howard Street, Plainfield
Committee Agendas

JAN 19

CAPE meeting
9:30 am - 11:00 am
District 202 Administrative Center, 15732 Howard Street, Plainfield

JAN 22

Board of Education regular meeting
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
District Administrative Center, 15732 Howard Street, Plainfield
The Board meeting convenes in Public Session at 6:30 p.m. The Board goes immediately into...

JAN 23

Foundation for Excellence
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
District Administrative Center, 15732 Howard Street, Plainfield
The Plainfield Foundation for Excellence will hold its monthly meeting. The public is...

FEB 08

Special Education PTO meeting
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
15732 Howard Street, Plainfield, IL 60544
Everyone with a special education student or who is interested in special education is...

FEB 12

Board of Education regular meeting
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Meadow View Elementary School, 2501 Mirage Ave, Plainfield, IL 60586
The Board meeting convenes in Public Session at 6:30 p.m. The Board goes immediately into...

FEB 16

CAPE meeting
9:30 am - 11:00 am
District 202 Administrative Center, 15732 Howard Street, Plainfield

Announcements

St. Baldrick's Charity Event - All-School Assembly - March 12, 2018

St. Baldrick's Charity Fundraiser – March 12th  Attention Heritage Grove Students and Families!     It’s that time of year again; our St. Baldrick’s Assembly is just around the corner! If you are interested in getting your head shaved at the all-school [...]

Bad Weather Information (posted 12-18-17)

Generally speaking, District 202 Schools are always open unless hazardous road or other emergency conditions (including utility problems - electricity or natural gas outages) make it too difficult or dangerous to transport students and/or operate buildings safely. Families should plan [...]

5 Essentials Parent Survey - See below.

Parents:  To receive parent data, a school must achieve a response rate of 20 percent from parents. The total number of parents eligible to take the survey at a school will be the equivalent to a school’s total student body.  If parents have more than one (1) child and they attend [...]

Middle School Bully Survey Link - See below.

Middle School Bully Survey Link:   https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RXZ9MC3

5 Essentials Student Survey -- See below.

Students:  Student participants will be required to log-in using their state student ID and birth date in order to complete the survey. It may be helpful to print and have these rosters handy when administering the survey, in case the state student IDs are not commonly known.  A student [...]

5 Essentials Survey

The 5 Essentials survey provides a unique opportunity for students, teachers and parents to have a voice in improving their schools. Through January 31, 2018, students, teachers and parents will be asked to take a 25 -minute research-based survey to help identify strengths and weaknesses in their [...]

Report Attendance Here - Phone # and E-mail Address Below

Attendance:  815-439-4810 or hg-attendance@psd202.org

Online Book Fair @ Anderson's Book Fair Company - Website Directions - Year-Round Earn $ for our School!

Website Instructions Your school earns 20% of your purchase! Here is how… 1. Go to www.abcfairs.com 2. Click (SHOP NOW). 3. Click on any category 4. Click (add to cart) for each item you would like to purchase. 5. When you are done shopping, click [...]

Battle of the Books Information for 2018

The 10 titles chosen for this year’s battle are: The Book Scavenger by Jennifer Bertman I Will Always Write Back by Martin Ganda House Arrest by K.A. Holt Listen, Slowly by Thanhaa Lai A Night Divided by Jennifer Nielsen The Seventh Most Important Thing by Shelley [...]

Sign-Up for the HG Daily Newsblast!

Subscribing to the daily "HG News" - E-blast Digital Newsletter Every day Heritage Grove publishes a daily digital newsletter of current events and news through a listserv.  This is a great way to stay on top of things at HG, and hear about all the great things going on here at [...]

Box Tops and Labels for Education

Student Council would like to remind our students and families that we collect boxtops for education and labels for education. The drop-off location is in front of the main office. Please have your child turn in the boxtops and labels you collected over the summer. Thank you for helping Heritage [...]

PTO Membership

This amazing group of people work hard all year to help raise funds for school needs in academics, technology, sports and more.  They help out with dances, selling concessions at sporting events, sell spiritwear, organize family dinner nights and more.  Come on out and join this integral [...]

School and District News

2018 Great Read program honors Dr. King’s life, legacy

Jan 12, 2018

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. died April 4, 1968. Yet even 50 years later, it is nearly impossible to calculate the immense impact of Dr. King’s Civil Rights activism, social and cultural [...]

Fourth D. 202 “Next Steps” training about student independence

Jan 11, 2018

J. Michael Parvis, a Transition Advisor with the Illinois Department of Human Services will present a program titled, “Moving on: Life in the Community” at the fourth of District [...]

2018 Great Read art contest honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Jan 11, 2018

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. died on April 4, 1968. Fifty years later, his activism and leadership with the Civil Rights movement and his commitment to peace continue to inspire and shape the [...]

Second Plainfield Parent Community Network program addresses student drug abuse, addiction, opioid epidemic

Jan 10, 2018

District 202 families are encouraged to learn about marijuana, the opioid epidemic and substance use and abuse issues at a special program at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, January 18, 2018 at Plainfield High [...]

D. 202 attendance plan moves about 280 elementary students

Dec 14, 2017

District 202’s first major attendance zone boundary change in nearly 10 years would move only about 280 current elementary students starting next school year. The Board of Education’s [...]