Young Hearts for Life YH4L
The BHS PTO and Barrington High School are pleased to bring the YH4L Cardiac Screening Program to BHS on December 7, 2017. This screening is free and available to all BHS students. In order to offer this free heart screening, we need 250 volunteers from the community! Volunteer shifts are from 7:45 am to 11:45 am, 11:00 am to 3:20 pm, or all day (7:45 am to 3:20 pm). In addition, all volunteers must attend a brief training session the evening of December 6. Volunteers are vital to our ability to offer this program, as well as to the lives of the young adults who will be screened. No medical knowledge is required to volunteer! It is simple and you will always have a partner! Sign up to volunteer using this link: http://signup.com/go/Hdct1v.
The Parent Teacher Organization of Barrington High School offers programs and services that foster communication between home and school. We provide an on-line student directory, sponsor relevant and informative Parent Points programs, and with your help, contribute to BHS through our Academic Boosters fundraiser. The best way for you to find out more is to come join us and attend our monthly meetings.Selinda CoonBHS PTO President
PTO Meetings 2017-2018
Meetings begin at 9:15am at BHS in Room C271September 11, 2017October 2November 6December 4January 9, 2018February 5March 5April 9May 7
Academic Boosters ~ No Stress Fundraiser
On behalf of the BHS PTO Academic Boosters we are excited to kick off the school year with our big GOAL for a new library and to raise $75,000 towards this wonderful project. This will benefit all our students in the years to come. We are doing a special limited promotion for all business' or families that donate $250 or more. You will receive a very fun cooler bag to show your "BARRINGTON" pride. You can donate by clicking here. Remember, any and all donations are welcome. Every dollar counts towards the goal. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to our team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jill Budinger, Doreen Colletti-Muhs, Maria Dahnke and Kathleen Schmidt