Plainfield Public Library District

Community Partnerships

Plainfield Community Consolidated School District 202 serves one of the fastest growing communities in the country. Encompassing a 64-square mile area, the District serves all or segments of Bolingbrook, Crest Hill, Joliet, Lockport, Naperville, Plainfield, and Romeoville as well as unincorporated Will and Kendall counties. The District’s approximately 30,000 students attend 30 schools and are served by nearly 3,700 staff members.

The mission of Plainfield Community Consolidated School District 202 – the primary source of comprehensive, high quality education in a trusting, supportive environment – is to develop, at all levels, responsible, successful citizens by providing an education, in cooperation with home and community, which fosters each individual’s value, uniqueness, and importance and promotes lifelong learning in an ever-changing society. Find out more at http://psd202.org/.


All Our Kids

The “All Our Kids” Organization, also known as AOK, is run by the Will County Department of Health. Consisting of over forty agencies, AOK offers services to Will County’s children and their families.   The mission of AOK is to ensure that families with young children receive the services they need to live healthy lives.

AOK is located at:
501 Ella Avenue | Joliet, Illinois 60433
(815) 774-7328
Contact: Rebecca Deang — AOK Coordinator
rdeang@willcountyhealth.org

AOK meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month at 9:30 AM at Marycrest Elementary School located at: 303 Purdue Court, Joliet, Illinois 60436, telephone number to the school is (815) 725-1100.


 

The Great Read

The Great Read is proudly presented by Plainfield School District 202; the Plainfield Public Library; the Joliet Public Library; the Fountaindale Public Library; the Shorewood-Troy Public Library; Joliet Junior College; Plainfield Township; and the Joliet-area Barnes and Noble stores. The Great Read is also supported by generous grants from the Plainfield Foundation for Excellence (www.d202foundation.org); the Friends of the Plainfield Public Library; and additional funding from participating member organizations.

For more information, check out The Great Read website, http://www.greatread.org/.