Adults: $10 Admission
This school year Barrington 220 is celebrating its 50th anniversary and we want to make this a parade to remember!
We strongly encourage the entire community to get involved by designing and decorating a float for this year's parade. The theme is "Rock and Roll" so think of some fun, unique ways of creating your float to help incorporate the theme. Remember to show your pride in Barrington!
The parade will begin promptly at 10:15 a.m. on Saturday, September 23, 2023
The parade will follow the traditional route from past years from Wool Street to Main Street, and west on Main Street toward BHS.
Please join us for a ribbon-cutting ceremony immediately following the Homecoming parade, to celebrate several completed Build 220 construction projects at Barrington High School!
The ceremony will begin at approximately 11:15am, right after the parade down Main Street. Please meet at the Main Entrance (Door 45), which faces Main Street.
Following the ribbon cutting, you will have an opportunity to tour the new spaces at Barrington High School including the new dedicated Student Services area and the new Athletic/P.E. wing! Pending construction, there may also be an opportunity to explore the new Culinary Arts Lab.
Please join us for a Build 220 Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to celebrate the end of construction at the Barrington Early Learning Center!
The ceremony will begin at 3:00pm. Following the ceremony you can check out some of the new features that were added during construction including the new front office transaction window, the new phone system, and more!
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The purpose of the Facilities Committee is to review facility work across the district, provide guidance on strategic facility initiatives, and ensure community involvement in the district's facilities processes.
Please join us for a Build 220 Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to celebrate the end of construction at Arnett C. Lines Elementary School!
The ceremony will begin at 3:30pm. Following the ceremony there will be a tour through the new spaces including: the new STEM Lab, the new Art Room, the new Sensory Room, and more!
Being able to teach at Lines Elementary is truly a blessing. The students and staff are passionate about learning and the best part is we do it while having fun!Kevin KienzlePhysical Education Teacher
Lines school is like a second home to me. I never want to leave. Our teachers are kind and our principal is so funny. Teachers never give up on us if we are having a hard time learning something new. They always make extra time to make sure I know it.
When you walk into Lines, you can't help but feel welcomed and happy. The smiles every day, from both the students and the staff, show that this is a place we all love to be!Julie Stott5th Grade Teacher
Lines is a wonderful place to learn and the teachers are nice. There are so many fun friends to play with at Lines.Logan O'HaraStudent
Seeing how happy our kids are coming to school and engaging in learning makes me so proud to be a Lines teacher!Kim GillengertenReading Resource Teacher
Lines is better than all the other schools because of the principal and teachers!Sammy HudsonStudent