Community Unit School District 8
- Letter to Parents 05-19-20 Important Dates
- Letter to Parents 04-17-20 School Closure
- Letter to Parents 04-12-20
- Letter to Parents 04-02-20
- Remote Learning Letter to Parents 03-30-20
- Letter to Parents: COVID-19 (free meals for all students) Letter 03-19-20
- Letter to Parents: Career Fair Letter 03-16-20
- Letter to Parents: COVID-19 Letter 03-16-20
- School Closing Announcement 03-13-20
- Letter to Parents: COVID-19 Letter 03-13-20
- Letter to Parents: PPCUSD8 Cleaning Procedures
- Letter to Parents: COVID-19 Letter 03-10-20
Kindergarten Screening to be held on April 20, 2020. Please call Farmingdale Elementary to schedule an appointment. 217-626-1221
Pre School Screening to be held on May 20, 2020. Please call Farmingdale Elementary to schedule an appointment. 217-626-1221
Pleasant Plains School District is seeking applicants for school bus drivers. Applicants who have a CDL Class B, School Bus Driver Permit and Passenger Endorsement are a plus. If not we will train you, and help you obtain all endorsements.
Pleasant Plains School District is currently looking to employ school bus drivers. This is a wonderful opportunity to work with amazing students, staff and families! The starting salary is $18.85 per hour with summers off, no nights, weekends or holidays. There is also the possibility of increasing income and being involved in school trip activities. The district will provide paid training and help new hires obtain a CDL-B drivers license. Anyone interested may fill out an application online (Here) or in person (315 W. Church St. Pleasant Plains, IL 62677). Please contact Cassie Kimes at the Transportation Office 217-626-1300 if you have any questions.
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is to provide the education, skills, and authentic learning experiences designed to prepare students to be productive, contributing members of a global community.
In order to be successful, responsible members of society, the students at Pleasant Plains District #8 will be prepared mentally, socially, and emotionally through the development of their creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills.
Questions? Comments? Concerns?
If you notice anything wrong or missing from the District website, please contact the Unit Office by email at email@example.com, and we will fix it as soon as possible.
Website questions and concerns may be addressed to John Langley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
District questions and concerns may be addressed to Superintendent Matt Runge at email@example.com.
School Board questions and concerns may be addressed to Board President Gregg Humphrey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Homeless Liaison for high school students: Darren Lucas at email@example.com.
Homeless Liaison for middle school and elementary school students: Susan Ferrero sferrero@ppcusd8.