Barrington 220 School District
An update from Barrington 220: Nov. 13, 2019
Barrington 220 Inclement Weather Protocol
As we head into winter, we would like to remind families of Barrington 220’s inclement weather protocol. In the event of inclement weather, the Superintendent of Schools will implement one of the following three scenarios:
Distance Learning (new for 2019-20 school year)
All school buildings will be closed, however students and staff will complete the school day from home. This would eliminate the need to make up days at the end of the school year. Teachers will check their usual electronic communication methods throughout the day during regular school hours, to support students. Students will have five (5) school days to complete their assigned work for the day and receive additional assistance from their teacher as needed.
Elementary Schools/ELC: First through fifth grade children will have access to their assignments through their teacher’s usual electronic communication method of See-Saw or Schoology, and/or will follow their IEP eLearning plan. They will have two core assignments. Additionally, they will need to choose two assignments from the posted “Specials Options” (art, library, music, STEM, or physical education) to complete in Google Docs or Drive, to which your child has access. Kindergarten/ELC students will have their “Blizzard Bags” of activities, which were sent home earlier this year.
Middle School/High School: Students will have access to their assignments through the normal electronic method of Schoology, and will follow their IEP eLearning plan. They should have an assignment/learning experience for each class.
If you have any questions, please review our PARENT FAQ.