Barrington Community Unit School District 220 offers a full continuum of special education and related services to children ages 3-21, who meet specific eligibility requirements. We are committed to providing services in the least restrictive environment. We offer the following services:
Barrington District 220 provides consultative services, resource services and instructional level services at all age levels. We have Instructional Cross-Categorical classrooms that focus on students with academic needs, social-emotional needs, multiple needs, and needs that may fall on the Autism Spectrum. These services are available to students at all levels if it is needed. All service decisions are team driven.
|*Speech and Language|
*Psychological/Social Work Services
|*Assistive Technology (AT)|
*Adaptive Physical Education
The goal of special education and related services is to support each child and address their individual needs. An Individualized Education Program (IEP) is developed in collaboration with parents, general education teachers, and special service staff on a yearly basis minimally.
If you, as a parent, have concerns about your student's progress or information about an IEP, please contact either your student's school team or the Special Services Department at 847-842-3507.
Below are some links that may be helpful. The Special Education Department provides links to other websites only as a convenience for persons who visit our website. Our agency does not guarantee the accuracy or propriety of any information, offered services, or products contained in any website linked directly or indirectly to ours. Therefore, reasonable efforts should be made to verify information and check out services or product offerings contained in any website.
SPECIAL EVENT INFORMATION
2013-2014 School Year
February 20, 2014
Barrington High School
Outside Conference Room-Special Services Department
Come and learn about the options for transportation when a student with a disability transitions out of the public school system. Representatives from Pace and Metra will be present to answer questions and help emerging adults with disabilities and their families navigate the confusing world of transportation. Please contact Lyndsay Palach at 847-842-3498 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Parent Transition Meeting
February 19, 2014
BMS-Prairie Media Center
Come and listen to 220 staff describe the process of transitioning students with special needs from the elementary setting to the middle school setting and from the middle school setting to the high school setting. This event is for parents only. Please RSVP tp Laura Pawlak at email@example.com
Early Childhood Parent Transition Meeting
Janurary 22, 2014
Early Learning Center
Come and listen to 220 staff describe the process of transitioning students with special needs from the Early Childhood program to the elementary setting. This event is for parents only. Please RSVP to Laura Pawlak at firstname.lastname@example.org
Directions Post-seconday Fair
October 1, 2013
6-8:30pm at Forest View Educational Center in Arlington Heights.
Assistive Technology WorkshopsParents are welcome to attend! Please e-mail Kelly Key, email@example.com , to RSVP to any of the trainings below
.(Please continue to re-visit our website for an updated list of workshops)September 23rd - SOLO Write Outloud and Co:Writer 4:00-6:00 @ Countryside SchoolSeptember 30th - SOLO Draftbuilder and Readoutloud 4:00-6:00 @ Countryside School
TEACCH In the Home
The TEACCH In the Home Program has been cancelled due to lack of RSVPs
Come and here Dr. Gary Mesibov discuss ways to use the structured teaching process in the home with student who fall on the autism spectrum. This informal problem solving session is a great way to learn about the TEACCH methods. For more information or to RSVP, please email Laura Pawlak at firstname.lastname@example.org