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Plainfield school social workers receive grant

Creekside Elementary School social worker Anya Herlien (left); Tom Tully, secretary/treasurer for the Illinois Education Association; Mendy Blake, social worker at Drauden Point Middle School; and Josh Bloodgood, social worker at Plainfield High School-Central Campus, accept a $987 Schools and Community Outreach by Educators or SCORE grant on Sept.10 to help expand the Systemic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP) program to District 202 middle and elementary schools.
Creekside Elementary School social worker Anya Herlien (left); Tom Tully, secretary/treasurer for the Illinois Education Association; Mendy Blake, social worker at Drauden Point Middle School; and Josh Bloodgood, social worker at Plainfield High School-Central Campus, accept a $987 Schools and Community Outreach by Educators or SCORE grant on Sept.10 to help expand the Systemic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP) program to District 202 middle and elementary schools.

Creekside Elementary School social worker Anya Herlien (left); Tom Tully, secretary/treasurer for the Illinois Education Association; Mendy Blake, social worker at Drauden Point Middle School; and Josh Bloodgood, social worker at Plainfield High School-Central Campus, accept a $987 Schools and Community Outreach by Educators or SCORE grant on Sept.10 to help expand the Systemic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP) program to District 202 middle and elementary schools.

District 202 previously has offered STEP training in its high schools only, Bloodgood said. The goal is to offer the programs for elementary and middle school parents in early 2020.
 
District 202 previously has offered STEP training in its high schools only, Bloodgood said. The goal is to offer the programs for elementary and middle school parents in early 2020.

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