Schools Announce Remote Learning for Thursday

Joliet Public Schools District 86 has announced that due to the weather forecast, there will be no school Thursday, February 17. The school day will be made up on June 6, 2022.

Joliet Township High School District 204 has announced an Emergency E-Learning Day for students and staff.  This means that students complete assignments online and staff work from home.

Plainfield District 202 will use an E-Learning Day, Thursday, February 17, 2022 in an abundance of caution based on the unfavorable forecast.

Valley View School District 365U will be closed today, due to the weather, students at all levels will participate in E-Learning.  All after school activities and programs are canceled.

Channahon School District 17 will have an e-learning day on Thursday, February 17. All after-school activities including clubs, games, and practices will be canceled.

All University of St. Francis campuses in Joliet are closed on Thursday, February 17, 2022. As a result, all on-campus classes will shift to an e-learning and/or alternative modality at the instructors’ discretion.

Lincoln School in Joliet not in session today but back in school on Friday.

Wilmington School District 209U canceled today.


Meanwhile, due to the severe weather that has been forecasted, the Will County Health
Department at 501 Ella Avenue, Joliet, and the Will County Community Health Center at
1106 Neal Avenue, Joliet, will be closed tomorrow, Thursday, February 17th
All Will County Health Department branches will be closed as well. These include the
Bolingbrook branch at 323 Quadrangle Drive and the Monee branch at 5601 W.
Monee-Manhattan Road.
Weather permitting, all Will County Health Department offices and the Will County
Community Health Center plan to open as regularly scheduled on Friday, February 18.