Education

Ice Cream Social, Information Session at Plainfield High School

PLAINFIELD, NJ - Summer is winding down, and it's almost time for students to head back to school.  In preparation, members of the Plainfield community are invited to an Ice Cream Social to learn more about services that are available to help children succeed throughout the 2017-2018 school year.

Attendees will hear more about the variety of educational tools and programs of which families can take advantage, including:

  • Curriculum
  • STEM programs
  • Girl Scouts
  • Registering for free/reduced lunch
  • Genesis parent portal
  • Activities at the Plainfield Public Library
  • And more!

Face painting, a bike rodeo (bring your own bike), and more, the night will include fun for the whole family.

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Stop by Plainfield High School at 950 Park Avenue from 5:00 to 7:00 pm on Thursday, Aug. 24th.  A free gift (one per family) will be provided to the first 200 in attendance! 

So what will it be... vanilla, mint chocolate chip, butter pecan, or cookies 'n cream?  See you at the Ice Cream Social!

For more information, call 908-731-4333 or visit www.plainfieldnjk12.org.

Download flier herepdf.

 

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