Join Barrington 220 for an information meeting about the Build 220 design plans at Arnett C. Lines Elementary! An estimated $5.7 million out of the $147 million referendum will be spent at Arnett C. Lines Elementary School, which includes all construction costs and non-construction items such as safety and security, furniture and technology. Key projects include:
- Renovating the upstairs level where the art room is currently located to include a STEM space. (Art and Extended will remain upstairs as well)
- Creating a new sensory space for students with special needs
Construction at Lines is anticipated to begin in Summer 2023.
Join Barrington 220 for an informational meeting about the Build 220 design plans at Barbara B. Rose Elementary! An estimated $8.7 million out of the $147 million referendum will be spent at Barbara B. Rose Elementary School, which includes all construction costs and non-construction items such as safety and security, furniture and technology. Key projects include:
- Building a STEM addition in the current courtyard
- Building a sensory room in the library for students with special needs
Construction at Barbara B. Rose is anticipated to begin in Summer 2023.
The parade will follow the traditional route from Wool Street to Main Street, and west on Main Street toward BHS. The homecoming theme this year is "Garden Party". Click here to register for a float in the parade.
The purpose of the Policy Committee is to review existing policies, recommend changes where necessary, and propose new policies for consideration by the Board.
The first CommUNITY Conversations will be held on Oct. 18 at 7pm in the new classroom addition at Station Middle School. It will focus on the following topics:
- Framework 220 Strategic Priorities (Personalized Learning & Future Readiness) and how the new classroom additions at Station and Prairie Middle Schools are positively impacting teaching and learning
- District update on Safety and Security Measures
I feel like Barrington High School has really prepared me for the next level. Whenever I have a question, every single one of my teachers always helps me in class. They're always kind and respectful and no matter how long it takes for me to understand something, they wait and help me learn it. Garvin St. JohnBHS Student
Barrington 220 is a place where students establish the fundamentals to forge their own paths. We read, write, think, discuss, and create. As a current faculty member and proud graduate of Countryside, Prairie, and BHS, I look forward to working with students every day to create the next generation of thinkers, learners, and creators. There's nowhere else I'd rather teach. I'm proud to work in Barrington 220 and I'm glad you're here.Cary WaxlerBHS Social Studies Teacher
Barrington 220 is an innovative school district that provides a breadth of offerings which prepare students to successfully pursue their passions. The support of our community is second to none. I am proud to serve on the Barrington 220 Board of Education! Sandra Ficke-BradfordBoard of Education President
Barrington 220 has done a great job with building avenues for us to explore. For example, there's choir, band and orchestra to explore the fine arts. There's robotics club, scholastic bowl, speech tournament, spelling bee. You can learn about languages, you can learn about cultures, you can learn about different types of people in general. Zar RomanStation Student
I really like the Barrington 220 School District because I think it's an enjoyable place and I feel like when you walk into any building it's a positive environment. Cami FordBHS Student
I love how Barrington 220 schools offer a bunch of unique opportunities such as the Spanish Dual Language Program, which I am fortunate to be a part of. It's such an eye-opening experience and when you get older it's almost a sense of biculturalism, which I think is a very awesome to be a part of.Emerson WulbeckerPrairie student