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LOCATION: BHS Front Atrium (Lower Level) 

The Barrington 220 Board of Education's 2024 Referendum Advisory Committee will assist the Board in identifying key components to be included in a referendum question proposed for the November 5, 2024 election ballot. The 2024 Referendum Advisory Committee will make a final recommendation to the Board of Education by the June 4, 2024 Board of Education meeting. The final decision of what will be asked on a potential referendum question rests with the Board. If the Board decides to place a referendum question on the November 2024 ballot, it must approve the question in August 2024.

The committee consists of approximately 60 members representing all district attendance areas and grade levels, as well as members of local Barrington community organizations. 

Meetings are open to the public, however, only committee members may participate and vote. 

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All regular Board of Education meetings are held on Tuesday evenings, beginning with a Closed Session at 5:30 p.m., immediately followed by Open Session at 6:30 p.m. Unless otherwise noted, the meetings will take place at the District Administrative Center, 515 West Main Street, Barrington, Illinois. All Board meetings are live-streamed on the Board's YouTube channel

Click here for meeting agendas.
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Join Barrington 220 and the Barrington 220 Educational Foundation at the annual Innovation Showcase at Barrington High School on May 22 from 5pm-6pm! BHS students enrolled in Career Technical Education (CTE) courses will feature their portfolios, and attendees will learn more about the innovative spaces and career programs at BHS.

Following the showcase, head to the BHS auditorium, where the 11th annual Business INCubator Pitch Night will begin at 6pm. Student groups will pitch their companies to investors during a "Shark Tank"-style presentation. Believed to be the first of its kind in the nation, the Business INCubator program was started at Barrington High School during the 2013-14 school year. Since the program's inception, it has grown nationally and internationally. 

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Join us for the 11th annual Business INCubator Pitch Night in the BHS auditorium at 6pm! Student groups from the Business INCubator program at BHS will pitch their companies to investors during a "Shark Tank"-style presentation. Team finalists for Pith Night include:

  • Stitched Case
  • Body Work Bids
  • Paw-Fect
  • Blaze Board
  • Cornucopia
Guest Speakers: Sikandar Kazi, George Baldassano and Armand Sarkisian

Believed to be the first of its kind in the nation, the Business INCubator program was started at Barrington High School during the 2013-14 school year. Since the program's inception, it has grown nationally and internationally. 

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Cap and gown orders are placed through Jostens. To participate in graduation, the Basic Package is required. Click here to order!

220 Initiatives

2023-2024 Theme 

The theme in Barrington 220 for the 2023-24 school year is a celebration of our 50th anniversary!

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Principal 

"Lines Elementary School is a professional learning community that believes in the importance and power of learning by doing. Our students are actively engaged in hands-on authentic exercises that promote experiential learning."

Dr. Ken HyllbergPrincipalArnett C. Lines Elementary

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Innovation 220

The Barrington 220 School District is a nationally recognized school district known for its rich history, sense of community and innovative curriculum.

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    Lines Elementary

     
    Photo of Kevin Kienzle

    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

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    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.

     

    Eliana CollinsStudent

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    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

    Photo of Logan O'Hara

    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

    Photo of Kim Gillengerten

    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

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    Lines is better than all the other schools because of the principal and teachers!Sammy HudsonStudent