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Sydney Allen receives her diploma at the Drive-through Graduation on Friday, July 17, 2020. Drive-through Graduations were held in place of traditional in-person graduations which were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
North holds virtual graduation
Tom Hernandez, Director of Community Relations • July 23, 2020

  Photo 1:  Plainfield North High School 2020 graduate twins Chase Budzinski (left) and Logan Budzinski pose for a photo together after receiving their diplomas at the Drive-through Graduation on Friday, July...

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Superlatives
June 17, 2020

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Prowler Staff Wins Top Honors
June 17, 2020

For the second time in three years, North's student newspaper The Prowler won top honors, the Golden Eagle Award, from the Northern Illinois Scholastic Press Association (NISPA) for overall journalistic excellence.  This...

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Boys’ swimming dominates conference

Boys’ swimming dominates conference

February 20, 2020

Reigning Southwest Prairie Conference Champions, North boys’ swim and dive is ready for another season...

Cheer jumps into Season

Cheer jumps into Season

February 20, 2020

Competitive cheer flips into action as they wrap up their season. Although cheer is year-round, the...

Badminton rallies through season

Badminton rallies through season

May 22, 2019

North’s badminton season is under way. The Tigers hope they can get a quad team to the state qualifiers...

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Plainfield – Members of the District 202 Community Relations Department were recognized on September 11, 2020 as part of the Illinois Chapter of the National School Public Relations Association’s 2020 Annual Communications Contest. Director of Community Relations Tom Hernandez and Community Relations Coordinators Linda Taylor and Alyssa Groh received these awards: · Hernandez, Taylor and Groh received an Award of Excellence for the D202 Talks podcast episode: A Conversation with D202’s First Director of Digital Learning and Innovation, · Groh received two Awards of Excellence for videos about flexible seating and a look at the district’s early childhood education programs, · Groh and Taylor received an Award of Merit for the video series introducing new school building administrators to the community. Out-of-state public relations professionals judged 133 entries in 13 categories were judged by out‐of‐state public relations professionals. Each entry was evaluated by three judges against a rubric of excellence, with awards given to those that scored within the established ranges for merit and excellence. “The entries in this year’s communication contest not only showcase the ability of our members to thoughtfully and accurately communicate with constituents on a regular basis, but also shined a spotlight on the importance of having professionals in these positions to manage communication during a crisis such as the one we have experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic,” said INSPRA President Carol Smith, Director of Communications and Community Relations for St. Charles CUSD 303. INSPRA works to strengthen support for Illinois public schools and improve education for students through responsible public relations.

September 16, 2020

D. 202 high school students 16 and older can be election judges

September 16, 2020

District 202 to again serve free meals to all students up to age 18

September 8, 2020

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