Board of Education
An update from Barrington 220: December 18, 2019
Barrington 220 named to AP Honor Roll for 5th time
Creativity is key in One to World program
- 2019 iPad rollout at Barrington High School
- New iPad learning accessories
- Professional development for staff, focusing on creativity
- Blended Learning
- Digital Citizenship
Click the video link below to view the Department of Technology and Innovation's "One-Minute Spotlight" series, which shows how BMS-Prairie students in Sarah Ogan's art class use iPad and Adobe Photoshop to create stunning dreamcast visuals.
Board approves updated policies related to legalization of cannabis
The Board of Education regularly updates school policies in order to provide the best learning environment for students and staff. As the state’s legalization of recreational cannabis is set to go into effect on January 1, 2020, Barrington 220 would like to make the community aware of expectations for students, staff and visitors.
Barrington 220 prohibits the use of alcohol and drugs on all district premises. This includes all forms of tobacco, cannabis and e-cigarettes. The term “district premises” encompasses district and school buildings, grounds, and parking areas; vehicles used for school purposes; and any location used for a Board of Education meeting, school athletic event, or other school-sponsored or school-sanctioned events or activities.
Board approves new administrative hire
Board approves Kindergarten Enrichment fee for 20-21
Board approves 2019 tax levy request
Register to vote in the presidential primary election
Are you registered to vote in Illinois? The Board of Education is placing a $147 million school district referendum question on the March 17, 2020 ballot. A successful referendum would fund many important facility upgrades in all of our schools. Click here to begin the voter registration process today! You can also stop in the front office of any of our school buildings or District Administrative Center to register.
Please note: You can register to vote in the March 2020 primary election if you're turning 18-years-old on or before the date of the presidential election on November 3, 2020.