Arnett C. Lines Elementary is one of eight elementary schools in the Barrington 220 School District, serving grades K-5. The school opened in 1969 and is named after a lifelong Barrington resident. Mr. Lines was a local historian who served on the Board of Education from 1932-1957. His father, Fred Lines, was a master carpenter who built the Barrington White House, which today serves as a historical venue for cultural and community events. It is said that Arnett C. Lines often enjoyed coming to the school that bears his name and visiting with students. In 2019 Arnett C. Lines Elementary celebrated 50 years of excellence in education. The school has earned the prestigious National Blue Ribbon Award three times, in 1994, 2008, and 2023.
For absences, please call the office prior to 9:00 a.m. to report the reason for your child's absence. If you know of an absence in advance or an extended absence, contact the attendance office with the date(s).
In our district’s continued effort to keep our students and staff safe, remember to bring your driver’s license or state ID when you come to visit/volunteer at Lines. The reason for this is we run your ID through our background check system. After your ID is scanned, you will be issued a visitor lanyard and visitor sticker before being admitted into the building.
On Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday the school day begins at 8am and runs until 2:40pm. Every Wednesday there is an early release at 2:10pm. Hours for kindergarten students are as follows:
- AM: 8:00am - 10:40am
- PM: 12:05pm - 2:40pm (Wednesday early release at 2:10pm)
Arnett C. Lines Elementary
217 Eastern Avenue
Barrington, IL 60010