Parent Resources and Guidance Pre-School

Student Service Resources for Families

Family resources
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Family Workers Supporting Preschool Families During COVID-19 Pandemic

Upon entering Plainfield Public Schools Early Childhood Program, all preschool families are assigned to a Family Worker at their respective childcare centers.  Family Workers serve as a source of support to families, particularly during difficult times like these.  Family Workers will continue to keep the lines of communication open with parents, assist with accessing resources where needed, work with the classroom teachers, staff, and the community to provide a continuum of care during the COVID-19 pandemic.     

Content Area Resources



Preparación para el Kinder


Social Emotional Development

Desarrolló Social y Emocional

Creative Arts

                        Artes Creativas                                                                              





English Language

Artes del Lenguaje Inglés





English as 

High Scope Curriculum Resources

Recursos curriculares

Physical Development and Health

Desarrollo Físico y Salud

 Virtual Field Trips Virtual Field Trips 

Plainfield Public Library



Your Public LIbrary Online Access English/Spanish

Pre-school Resources from the Library

Brainfuse is an online tutoring center.

Plainfield Public Library also has an online homework service
called MEET, which parents and students can access for FREE with their Plainfield Public Library card that might be of use to students and parents during this challenging time.

Also, the Library has a wide variety of electronic resources available to all residents
for FREE with their library card, 
including eLibraryNJ (ebooks & audiobook), Hoopla (ebooks, audiobooks, comics, movies, music), 


Kanopy (documentaries and educational programming including Sesame Street and the Great Courses), RBDigital (digital magazines), TumbleBooks (animated, talking picture books), ebscoHost databases (journal, magazine, and newspaper articles) and much more.

The full list is available at

The Library has adjusted the card blocks so that patrons who have fines can still access the online resources.

Students or parents that don't have a Library card or don't remember their number
should contact the Library at 908-757-1111 at x111 or x129.

If they have a card but don't remember their PIN (required for some services)
they can update their PIN on our consortia's website at