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BARRINGTON 220 SCHOOL PROFILES 2020-2021

B A R R I N G TO N 220 COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 515 W. Main Street • Barrington, IL 60010 847.381.6300 • www.barrington220.org


2020-2021

B A R R I N G TO N 220

DISTRICT PROFILE

COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 515 W. Main Street | Barrington, IL 60010 | www.barrington220.org

Fast Facts

• Teachers with Master’s Degree +: 87% • National Board Certified Teachers: 37

Dr. Brian Harris Superintendent of Schools

• Total Enrollment: 8,281

“I am proud to lead a nationally recognized school district that inspires all learners to achieve excellence. Our strategic values and innovative programs allow our students to demonstrate strong character, solve problems and collaborate effectively in our global society.”

“Inspiring all learners to achieve excellence.” District Administrative Team Dr. David Bein, Assistant Superintendent Business Services

• Student Attendance: 97% • Student/Teacher Ratio: 16:1

Awards & Recognitions • Niche Ranking: A+, 2nd Best K-12 School District in IL, and 9th Best School District in IL, 6th Best School District in IL for Athletes • National Blue Ribbon Awards: 11

John Bruesch, Assistant Superintendent Teaching & Learning Teresa Reiche, Assistant Superintendent Human Resources, Staffing & Evaluation Dr. Matt Fuller, Assistant Superintendent Technology & Innovation Beth Jones, Assistant Superintendent Student Services

• Named one of nation’s “2020 Best Communities for Music Education” by NAMM Foundation • Named 2019 and 2020 Top Workplace in Chicagoland by Chicago Tribune

Steve McWilliams, Assistant Superintendent/BHS Principal Samantha Ptashkin, Director of Communications Dr. Craig Winkelman, Assistant Superintendent K-12 & Operations

Schools Barrington 220 has one high school, two middle schools, eight elementary schools and one early learning center.

• AAA Bond Rating from Standard & Poor’s

History The Barrington 220 School District is a preK-12 school district, located in the northwest suburbs of Chicago. The first Barrington school was a one-room schoolhouse, which opened in 1835. However, it wasn’t until 1973 that the Barrington 220 School District officially formed. Through the years, Barrington 220 has become a nationally recognized school district, known for its innovative curriculum, rich history and sense of community. As a unit district, Barrington 220 has the unique opportunity to see students’ education from the very beginning, until they graduate from Barrington High School.

Academics CORE CONTENT AREAS Art, English, Health, Mathematics, Music, Science, Social Studies, Physical Education, World Languages (Chinese, French, German, Latin, Spanish)

INNOVATIVE PROGRAMS BHS-TV Blended Learning Business Incubator Chinese Immersion Elementary STEM

Fresh INC Health Sciences Lab Mobile Apps Development One to World Project Lead the Way Spanish Dual Language

@barrington220 @barrington_220 @barrington220


2020-2021

SCHOOL PROFILE 616 W. Main Street | Barrington, IL 60010 | www.barrington220.org/bhs

BHS ADADEMIC PROFILE

Steve McWilliams, Principal

Dr. Ninja Idrizi, Associate Principal Dr. Heath McFaul, Associate Principal Ben Rodriguez, Assistant Principal

“Barrington High School has long been considered an excellent high school. With an artful blend of rich traditions and cutting edge innovation, BHS is a source of pride in our community. Our continued success relies on high quality teachers, modern and positive infrastructure, world-class curriculum and instruction, enthusiastic community support, and a diverse and talented student body.”

School History

Fast Facts

• Niche ranking: A+ and 21st Best Public High School in IL • 2019 College Board AP Honor Roll • Apple Distinguished School • 2018 Democracy School • Blue Ribbon Award: 1993 • 16 National Board Certified Teachers • One-to-World iPad per student • Total Enrollment: 2,960 • Student/Teacher Ratio: 20:1

Fine Arts Recognitions

Barrington High School is the only high school in the Barrington 220 School District. The original BHS was located on Hough Street, in the heart of downtown Barrington. In September 1949 it opened at its current location on West Main Street, intended for 500 students. As the community has grown, several additions have been added to the school. Upon entering the front of the building, visitors will notice the school’s Future President’s Exhibit, which features photos of President John F. Kennedy’s visit in October 1960 and President Barack Obama’s visit in April 2006. Today BHS is recognized as an innovative high school that embraces the future, while still taking pride in its rich history and traditions.

• BHS presents 30 major, unique performance events each year in the areas of theater, dance and music

Academics & Student Support

• Harper College Best in Show* Awards: 3 (one award given to a suburban

CORE CONTENT AREAS English, Health, Mathematics, Physical Education, Science, Social Studies INNOVATIVE & ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS Advanced Placement Courses, Art, BHS-TV, Blended Learning, Business Incubator, Dramatic Arts, Extended Math, Harper Promise, Health Sciences Lab (Certified Nursing Assistant), Mobile Makers, Music, Musical Theater, Project Lead the Way (PLTW), STEM, World Languages (Chinese, French, German, Latin, Spanish) SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING PROGRAMS Adolescent Depression Awareness Program, Advisory, Autism Ambassadors, Barrington Buddies, Best of BHS, Broncos Committed, Erika’s Lighthouse, Latin Roots Dance Team, Latinos Unidos, Lunch Buddies, P.A.C.T., Project Green Dot, QPR, R.O.A.R., Snowball, Student Wellness Team, Trifecta STUDENT SERVICES TEAM 9 Counselors, 2 College Counselors, 2 Social Workers, 1 Career Counselor, 1 Psychologist

• lL All State Musicians: 32* • IL All State Theater Participants: 10*

school for 2D & 3D art each year)

*5 year totals

State Championships

• Girls’ Soccer: 2017, 2018

• Dance Team: 2006, 2010, 2012 • Boys’ Soccer: 2007 • Girls’ Track & Field: 2007 • Girls’ Cross Country: 2003 • Boys’ Lacrosse: 2001 • Girls’ Gymnastics: 2000 • Boys’ Golf: 1992 • Baseball: 1986


2020-2021

SCHOOL PROFILE 616 W. Main Street | Barrington, IL 60010 | www.barrington220.org/bhs

Top 10 Most Attended 4-Year Universities by BHS Graduates (3 year average) 1 | University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 6 | Illinois State University 2 | Indiana University-Bloomington

7 | DePaul University

3 | The University of Iowa

8 | Iowa State University

4 | Loyola University-Chicago

9 | Purdue University

5 | University of Wisconsin-Madison

10 | University of Illinois at Chicago

23% of graduates attend William Rainey Harper College

During junior and senior year, students can earn a Seal of Biliteracy in six different languages. If they do not qualify for the seal, they can be awarded a commendation. Students are able to earn one or more when possible.

Spanish

Seal

Commendation

71

117

German

8

13

French

15

29

Chinese

4

4

Latin

6

10

*Based on 2019-20 data

Class of 2020 Recognitions

Extracurricular Activities

• Illinois State Scholars: 216

BHS offers nearly 100 unique school-sponsored clubs and activities which give students a chance to develop their skills, realize their potential and make a positive impact in their community.

• National Merit Finalists: 10 • National Merit Commended

Students: 38

@BHS220 | @BarringtonHS220

96% 66%

Graduation Rate*

Seal of Biliteracy

Language

97%

Students on Track after 9th Grade

30 IHSA sports - 1,272 student participants - 27% involved in more than one sport - Mid Suburban League Conference

Students will Graduate with at least one AP or Dual Credit Course

95%

Students Enroll in College post High School*

26 1173 96.5% 87% 24

Average Best ACT Composite Score

Average Best SAT Composite Score

Student Attendance

Teachers with Master’s Degree +*

Average Class Size *Based on 2019-20 data


2020-2021

SCHOOL PROFILE 40 E. Dundee Road | Barrington, IL 60010 | www.barrington220.org/prairie

Travis Lobbins, Principal Brad Gillette, Assistant Principal Jen Ellett, Assistant Principal

“ENGAGE. EXPLORE. EMPOWER. Prairie Campus embodies the philosophy of these three words. Prairie is a place where all students engage in their learning and explore all of the educational opportunities available. At Prairie, students will be empowered to be successful. Students can do anything here and our staff will support our students the entire way. ”

School History Barrington Middle School-Prairie Campus is one of two middle schools in the Barrington 220 School District. Prairie Campus opened in 1992 along the southern border of Barrington. When it came to naming the school, many community members commented on how the plot of land looked like a savannah. Savannah almost became the building’s given name, until a board member noted the land was actually a prairie. The halls, walls and staff have embraced learners for nearly 30 years and today Prairie Campus is known for its excellence in education, innovative programs and supportive community.

Academics & Student Support CORE CONTENT AREAS English, Health, History, Mathematics, Physical Education, Science, World Language (French, German, Latin, Mandarin, Spanish) INNOVATIVE & ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS Art, Dramatic Arts, Extended Learning (Art, English, Mathematics, Science), Family Consumer Science, Musical Theater, Orchestra, Band, Choir, Project Lead the Way (PLTW), STEM, Summer School Enrichment SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING PROGRAMS Camp 6th Grade, Colt Time, SEL Curriculum

Fast Facts

• Niche Ranking: A+, 2nd Best Public Middle School among Lake County school districts, and 13th Best Public Middle School in IL • One-to-World iPad per student • Total Enrollment: 1,049 • Student/Teacher Ratio: 16:1

Affiliations & Recognitions • 2020 Illinois Horizon School To Watch (Association of Illinois Middle Grade Schools) • 2020 National School To Watch (National Forum To Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform) • Scholastic Bowl IESA State Champion: 2012 • Member of the Illinois Elementary School Association (IESA) • Suburban Middle School Conference (SMSC)

Academic Competitions

• Latin Competitive Team • Scholastic Bowl • Speech Tournament • Spelling Bee

STUDENT SERVICES TEAM 3 Counselors, 1 Bilingual Counselor, 1 Psychologist, 1 Social Worker @prairie220


2020-2021

SCHOOL PROFILE 40 E. Dundee Road | Barrington, IL 60010 | www.barrington220.org/prairie

Illinois Assessment of Readiness (IAR) Results IAR Mathematics (% Meeting or Exceeding)

96%

IAR English Language Arts (% Meeting or Exceeding)

Prairie Graduates on Track after 9th Grade1

Percentage of Students

Barrington

State Average

BMS-Prairie Campus assesses all students with the IAR in English Language Arts and Mathematics. For every 10 students across the state who meet standards, between 14 and 21 students at BMS-Prairie Campus met standards on IAR.

Local Assessment & Test Scores NWEA MAP READING Winter 2019-20 to Fall 2020-21

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Average RIT Score

Average RIT Score

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Average ACT Score3

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Prairie Graduates Enroll in College post High School2

Prairie Graduates’ Future

NWEA MAP MATHEMATICS Winter 2019-20 to Fall 2020-21

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206

Pass Algebra I by the End of 9th Grade4

194 188

97% 89% 22.6

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Pre-pandemic National Average

Due to the pandemic, students did not participate in state or local assessment in the spring of 2020. Across the district, students participated in winter testing during the 2019-20 school year and fall testing in September 2020. The graphs above show that not only does Barrington 220 continue to show improvement in average scores over time, but the difference between the district average and the pre-pandemic national average has been maintained.

Student Attendance

Teachers with Master’s Degree +

Extracurricular Activities ACTIVITIES - Fall Play, Jazz Band, National Junior Honors Society, Pep Band, Spring Musical, Student Council, Student Ambassadors CLUBS - Art Club, Chess Club, Club Latino, Drama Club, Friends & Company, Gamers Club, I-Squad, Latin Club, Peer Buddies, Planet Heroes, Snowflake, Who Club, Yearbook SPORTS - Bowling, Boys Basketball, Boys Soccer, Boys Volleyball, Cross Country, Girls Basketball, Girls Soccer, Girls Softball, Girls Volleyball, Golf, Spirit Team, Track & Field, Wrestling

Average Class Size Three Year Average 2 Class of 2009 3 Class of 2013 (State Avg. 20.8) 4 2018-19 1


2020-2021

SCHOOL PROFILE 215 Eastern Avenue | Barrington, IL 60010 | www.barrington220.org/station

Fast Facts

Jim Aalfs, Principal Tim Haupt, Assistant Principal Chad May, Assistant Principal

“With our rich, 50 plus year school history, Station Campus continues to inspire all students to maximize their full potential as learners and citizens. Our thoughtful staff considers the whole child and works to create an environment that is challenging and supportive, while providing students with ongoing feedback. We pride ourselves in establishing a welcoming environment for all families and maintaining open lines of communication. Station is a diverse family and we find strength in knowing that we are navigating a new landscape not alone, but rather, together as one.”

School History

Barrington Middle School-Station Campus is one of two middle schools in the Barrington 220 School District. Station Campus opened in 1966, on grounds that were once a chicken farm. Previously named “The Barrington Middle School”, it was one of the nation’s first middle school campuses serving grades 6-8. After the creation of Barrington Middle School-Prairie Campus, “The Barrington Middle School”, was renamed “Barrington Middle School - Station Campus”. The name of the school comes from the proximity to the train station and today Station Campus is known for its excellence in education, innovative programs and supportive community.

Academics & Student Support CORE CONTENT AREAS English, Health, History, Mathematics, Physical Education, Science, World Language (French, German, Latin, Mandarin, Spanish) INNOVATIVE & ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS Art, Chinese Immersion, Dramatic Arts, Executive Functioning, Extended Learning (English, Mathematics, Science, Art), Family Consumer Science, Musical Theater, Orchestra, Band, Choir, Project Lead the Way (PLTW), Spanish Dual Language, STEM, Summer School Enrichment

• Niche Ranking: A+, 3rd Best Public Middle School among Lake County school districts, and 19th Best Public Middle School in IL • One-to-World iPad per student • Total Enrollment: 908 • Student/Teacher Ratio: 16:1

Affiliations & Recognitions • 1 National Board Certified Teacher • Scholastic Bowl IESA State Champion (2013, 2017) • Member of the Illinois Elementary School Association (IESA) • Suburban Middle School Conference (SMSC)

Academic Competitions • Geography Bee • Latin Competitive Team • Scholastic Bowl • Speech Tournament • Spelling Bee

SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING PROGRAMS Camp 6th Grade, Colt Time, SEL Curriculum STUDENT SERVICES TEAM 1 Bilingual Counselor, 4 Counselors, 1 Psychologist, 1 Social Worker

@station220 | @stationms220


2020-2021

SCHOOL PROFILE 215 Eastern Avenue | Barrington, IL 60010 | www.barrington220.org/station

Illinois Assessment of Readiness (IAR) Results IAR Mathematics (% Meeting or Exceeding)

97%

IAR English Language Arts (% Meeting or Exceeding)

Station Graduates on Track after 9th Grade1

Percentage of Students

Barrington

State Average

BMS-Station Campus assesses all students with the IAR in English Language Arts and Mathematics. For every 10 students across the state who meet standards, between 13 and 22 students at BMS-Station Campus met standards on IAR.

Local Assessment & Test Scores NWEA MAP MATHEMATICS Winter 2019-20 to Fall 2020-21

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Average ACT Score3

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Station Graduates Enroll in College post High School2

Station Graduates’ Future

NWEA MAP READING Winter 2019-20 to Fall 2020-21 250

91%

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Barrington 220 - Fall 20-21

150

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206

Pass Algebra I by the End of 9th Grade4

194 188

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Pre-pandemic National Average

Due to the pandemic, students did not participate in state or local assessment in the spring of 2020. Across the district, students participated in winter testing during the 2019-20 school year and fall testing in September 2020. The graphs above show that not only does Barrington 220 continue to show improvement in average scores over time, but the difference between the district average and the pre-pandemic national average has been maintained.

97% 88% 20

Student Attendance

Teachers with Master’s Degree +

Extracurricular Activities ACTIVITIES - Cheerleading, Fall Play, Jazz Band, National Junior Honor Society, National Student Council, Pep Band, Snowflake, Spring Musical CLUBS - Art Club, Club Latino, Computer Club, Drama Club, Engineering Club, Friends & Company, Horticulture Club, Latin Club, Robotics Club, Yearbook SPORTS - Bowling, Boys Basketball, Boys Soccer, Boys Volleyball, Cross Country, Girls Basketball, Girls Soccer, Girls Softball, Girls Volleyball, Golf, Track & Field, Wrestling

Average Class Size Three Year Average 2 Class of 2009 3 Class of 2013 (State Avg. 20.8) 4 2018-19 1


2020-2021

SCHOOL PROFILE 217 Eastern Avenue | Barrington, IL 60010 | www.barrington220.org/lines

Fast Facts Dr. Kenneth Hyllberg, Principal

“Lines Elementary School is a professional learning community that believes in the importance and power of learning by doing. We want our students to be actively engaged in hands-on authentic exercises that promote experiential learning.”

School History 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 school board 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.

Academics & Student Support CORE CONTENT AREAS Art, English Language Arts, Mathematics, Music, Physical Education and Health, Science, Social Studies

• Niche Ranking: A+, 4th Best Public Elementary School among Lake County school districts, and 16th Best Public Elementary School in IL • One-to-World iPad per student • Total Enrollment: 441 • Student/Teacher Ratio: 16:1

Affiliations & Recognitions • Blue Ribbon Award: 1994, 2008 • Let’s Move! Active Schools National Award: 2015, 2016, 2017 • IL Blue Ribbon Award for Physical Education: 2014-2019 • 4 National Board Certified Teachers • Member of IESA - Illinois Elementary School Association

INNOVATIVE & ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS Extended Reading and Math, Fresh INC, Kindergarten Enrichment, Library Literacy and Media, PTO Mini Courses, Spanish Dual Language, STEM SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING PROGRAMS Second Step

@lines220


2020-2021

SCHOOL PROFILE 217 Eastern Avenue | Barrington, IL 60010 | www.barrington220.org/lines

Illinois Assessment of Readiness (IAR) Results IAR Mathematics (% Meeting or Exceeding)

99%

IAR English Language Arts (% Meeting or Exceeding)

Lines Graduates on Track after 9th Grade

Percentage of Students

Barrington

State Average

All students are assessed with the IAR in English Language Arts and Mathematics. Lines students perform well above the state average.

Local Assessment & Test Scores NWEA MAP READING Winter 2019-20 to Fall 2020-21

NWEA MAP MATHEMATICS Winter 2019-20 to Fall 2020-21

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Barrington 220 - Fall 20-21

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Average SAT Score

96%

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Pre-pandemic National Average

Due to the pandemic, students did not participate in state or local assessment in the spring of 2020. Across the district, students participated in winter testing during the 2019-20 school year and fall testing in September 2020. The graphs above show that not only does Barrington 220 continue to show improvement in average scores over time, but the difference between the district average and the pre-pandemic national average has been maintained.

Extracurricular Activities Band Barrington 220 Speech Tournament Boys Basketball Chess Club Choir Cross Country Girls Basketball

Lines Graduates Enroll in College post High School

Lines Graduates’ Future 227

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97%

Green Club Homework Club Lines on the Run Running Club Orchestra Student Council Track & Field

97%

Student Attendance

90%

Teachers with Master’s Degree +

20.5

Average Class Size


2020-2021

SCHOOL PROFILE 61 W. Penny Road | South Barrington, IL 60010 | www.barrington220.org/rose

Fast Facts

Heather Schumacher, Principal

“Rose is committed to providing all students with an enriching, innovative and motivating learning environment, while supporting students’ social and emotional needs. Our staff and parents work collaboratively to inspire each student to have the mindset that they will be a successful and contributing member of our global society.”

School History Barbara B. Rose Elementary is one of eight elementary schools in the Barrington 220 School District, serving grades K-5. The school opened in 1999 in South Barrington. It is named after Barbara Blanchard Rose, who served on the Board of Education from 1977-1981 and as a volunteer for Barrington Youth Services. In 2019 Rose celebrated 20 years of excellence in education.

Academics & Student Support CORE CONTENT AREAS Art, English Language Arts, Mathematics, Music, Physical Education and Health, Science, Social Studies

• Niche Ranking: A+, Best Public Elementary School among Lake County school districts, and 2nd Best Public Elementary School in IL • One-to-World iPad per student • Total Enrollment: 416 • Student/Teacher Ratio: 16:1

Affiliations & Recognitions • Blue Ribbon Award: 2014 • 1 National Board Certified Teacher • Let’s Move! Active Schools National Award: 2016, 2017, 2018 • Member of IESA - Illinois Elementary School Association

INNOVATIVE & ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS Chinese Immersion, Enrichment Summer School, Extended Reading and Math, Fresh INC, Kindergarten Enrichment, Library Literacy and Media, PTO Mini Courses, STEM SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING PROGRAMS CHAMPS, Positive Behavior Systems (PBS), Second Step

@BarbaraBRose220

@BarbaraRose220


2020-2021

SCHOOL PROFILE 61 W. Penny Road | South Barrington, IL 60010 | www.barrington220.org/rose

Illinois Assessment of Readiness (IAR) Results IAR Mathematics (% Meeting or Exceeding)

100%

IAR English Language Arts (% Meeting or Exceeding)

Rose Graduates on Track after 9th Grade

Percentage of Students

Barrington

State Average

All students are assessed with the IAR in English Language Arts and Mathematics. Rose students perform well above the state average.

Local Assessment & Test Scores NWEA MAP READING Winter 2019-20 to Fall 2020-21 250

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Pre-pandemic National Average

Due to the pandemic, students did not participate in state or local assessment in the spring of 2020. Across the district, students participated in winter testing during the 2019-20 school year and fall testing in September 2020. The graphs above show that not only does Barrington 220 continue to show improvement in average scores over time, but the difference between the district average and the pre-pandemic national average has been maintained.

Extracurricular Activities 5th Grade Musical Art Club Band Barrington 220 Speech Tournament Boys Basketball Chess Club Cross Country Drama Club

1264

Average SAT Score

88%

Pass Algebra I by the End of 9th Grade

160

Grade 2 to 3

Rose Graduates Enroll in College post High School*

Rose Graduates’ Future

NWEA MAP MATHEMATICS Winter 2019-20 to Fall 2020-21

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96%

98%

Student Attendance

92.5%

Teachers with Master’s Degree + Girls Basketball Student Support Club Orchestra Running Club Stingray Singers Student Council Track & Field Yearbook

19.8

Average Class Size *Class of 2009


2020-2021

SCHOOL PROFILE 205 W. County Line Road | Barrington, IL 60010 | www.barrington220.org/countryside

Fast Facts

Dr. Micah Korb, Principal

“Countryside inspires all learners to achieve excellence every day. I am so thankful for our outstanding staff and community who support our students to make this a reality.”

School History Countryside Elementary is one of eight elementary schools in the Barrington 220 School District, serving grades K-5. The original Countryside opened as a private school in 1937 called Country Day School. In 1942 it merged with seven one-room schools to form a public school. A new comprehensive building opened in 1950, serving grades K-8. More than 50 years later, a new building was constructed at the same location and in 2002 the current Countryside opened its doors to students. For more than 25 years Countryside has hosted the district’s elementary Foundations program, which delivers individualized instruction for special education students, with a focus on independence, functional skills, and social pragmatics.

Academics & Student Support CORE CONTENT AREAS Art, English Language Arts, Mathematics, Music, Physical Education and Health, Science, Social Studies INNOVATIVE & ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS Chinese Immersion, Extended Reading and Math, Library Literacy and Media, Kindergarten Enrichment, STEM

• Niche Ranking: A+, 8th Best Public Elementary School among Lake County school districts, and 28th Best Public Elementary School in IL • One-to-World iPad per student • Total Enrollment: 427 • Student/Teacher Ratio: 16:1

Affiliations & Recognitions • Blue Ribbon Award: 2016 • 2 National Board Certified Teachers • Let’s Move! Active Schools National Award: 2016, 2017, 2018 • We Compost Partner (Illinois Food Scrap Coalition) • Illinois Food Scrap Coalition • Member of IESA - Illinois Elementary School Association

SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING PROGRAMS Positive Behavior Systems (PBS), Second Step

@Countryside220


2020-2021

SCHOOL PROFILE 205 W. County Line Road | Barrington, IL 60010 | www.barrington220.org/countryside

Illinois Assessment of Readiness (IAR) Results IAR Mathematics (% Meeting or Exceeding)

95%

IAR English Language Arts (% Meeting or Exceeding)

Countryside Graduates on Track after 9th Grade

Percentage of Students

Barrington

State Average

All students are assessed with the IAR in English Language Arts and Mathematics. Countryside students perform well above the state average.

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220

Countryside Graduates’ Future

NWEA MAP MATHEMATICS Winter 2019-20 to Fall 2020-21

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Winter to Fall

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Pre-pandemic National Average

Due to the pandemic, students did not participate in state or local assessment in the spring of 2020. Across the district, students participated in winter testing during the 2019-20 school year and fall testing in September 2020. The graphs above show that not only does Barrington 220 continue to show improvement in average scores over time, but the difference between the district average and the pre-pandemic national average has been maintained.

Extracurricular Activities

89% 96%

Student Attendance

80%

Teachers with Master’s Degree +

Band

Cross Country

Spelling Bee

Barrington 220 Speech Tournament

Girls Basketball

STEM Club

Green Club

Boys Basketball

Homework Club

Sticky Fingers Cooking Class

Bus Buddies

Intramurals

Student Ambassadors

Chess Club

Orchestra

Student Council

Choir Club

Running Club

Track & Field

Countryside Cares

Average SAT Score2

Pass Algebra I by the End of 9th Grade2

160

Grade 2 to 3

Countryside Graduates Enroll in College post High School*

1141

Local Assessment & Test Scores NWEA MAP READING Winter 2019-20 to Fall 2020-21

96%

20.5

Average Class Size *Class of 2009 2 2018-19


2020-2021

SCHOOL PROFILE 900 S. Grove Avenue | Barrington, IL 60010 | www.barrington220.org/grove

Fast Facts

Katie Matthews, Principal Laura Corey, Assistant Principal

• Niche Ranking: A+, 2nd Best Public Elementary School among Lake County school districts, and 3rd Best Public Elementary School in IL • One-to-World iPad per student

“Grove is a community of committed students, staff, and parents who are dedicated to providing a student-centered education for every child. We are focused on creating an environment of high standards that fosters both academically prepared and socially/ emotionally developed citizens. Through the promotion of student passions, Grove supports and develops individuals who will positively participate, lead and impact a global society. Grove is founded in many long-standing traditions of enthusiasm for learning and excellence, paired with innovation and continuous growth, making our school a beloved home to students, staff and families!”

School History Grove Avenue Elementary is one of eight elementary schools in the Barrington 220 School District, serving grades K-5. The school opened in 1954, as the “baby boom” took effect and more schools were needed in the Barrington area to accommodate the growing number of students. The school originally served grades K-6. Since 1992, Grove staff members have made three visits to Washington, DC to accept the national Blue Ribbon Award.

Academics & Student Support CORE CONTENT AREAS Art, English Language Arts, Mathematics, Music, Physical Education and Health, Science, Social Studies INNOVATIVE & ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS Extended Reading and Math, Family Reading Program, Fresh INC, Library Literacy and Media, Spanish Dual Language, STEM SPARK pilot school SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING PROGRAMS Mindfulness, Positive Behavior and Supports (PBS), Second Step

• Total Enrollment: 498 • Student/Teacher Ratio: 16:1

Affiliations & Recognitions • Blue Ribbon Award: 1992, 2007, 2016 • IL PE Blue Ribbon Award: 2019-2024 • 1 National Board Certified Teacher • 2 Golden Apple Teachers of Distinction • Exemplary School Reading Award: 2007, 2013 (International Reading Association) • Let’s Move! Active Schools National Award: 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 • 2017 Best Attendance in Lake County Attendance Week Contest • Rated one of America’s Best Schools by Redbook Magazine • Member of IESA - Illinois Elementary School Association

@Grove220 | @GroveAve220


2020-2021

SCHOOL PROFILE 900 S. Grove Avenue | Barrington, IL 60010 | www.barrington220.org/grove

Illinois Assessment of Readiness (IAR) Results IAR Mathematics (% Meeting or Exceeding)

100%

IAR English Language Arts (% Meeting or Exceeding)

Grove Graduates on Track after 9th Grade

Percentage of Students

Barrington

State Average

All students are assessed with the IAR in English Language Arts and Mathematics. Grove students perform well above the state average.

Local Assessment & Test Scores NWEA MAP READING Winter 2019-20 to Fall 2020-21

NWEA MAP MATHEMATICS Winter 2019-20 to Fall 2020-21

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Barrington 220 - Fall 20-21

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Average SAT Score

89%

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Pass Algebra I by the End of 9th Grade Grade 2 to 3

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Barrington 220 - Winter 19-20

Pre-pandemic National Average

Due to the pandemic, students did not participate in state or local assessment in the spring of 2020. Across the district, students participated in winter testing during the 2019-20 school year and fall testing in September 2020. The graphs above show that not only does Barrington 220 continue to show improvement in average scores over time, but the difference between the district average and the pre-pandemic national average has been maintained. .Extracurricular

Grove Graduates Enroll in College post High School

Grove Graduates’ Future 227

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220

96%

Activities

Art Club

Choir

Running Club

Band

Cross Country

Spirit Squad

Barrington 220 Speech Tournament

Girls Basketball

STEM Club

Student Council

Tae Kwon Do

Book Club

Study Club

Track & Field

Boys Basketball

Maker Breaker Club

Video Club

Chess Club

Orchestra

97%

Student Attendance

86%

Teachers with Master’s Degree +

22.2

Average Class Size


2020-2021

SCHOOL PROFILE 310 S. Hough Street | Barrington, IL 60010 | www.barrington220.org/hough

Fast Facts Zach Ernst, Principal

“At Hough Street School, we strive to create an environment that ensures every family feels welcomed, included, and that they belong. We take great pride in making sure every child feels Hough is an extension of their own home. Our talented team works in partnership with each student to reinforce a common belief that ‘Together We Can!’ Students are taught the importance of remaining resilient during challenges, as we believe struggles set the stage for academic and social emotional success. Together we can make each child successful!”

School History

Hough Street School is one of eight elementary schools in the Barrington 220 School District, serving grades K-5. The original Hough Street School, known as South Side School, opened its doors in 1855, making it the oldest school in the Barrington 220 School District. The old frame schoolhouse stood in the exact spot of the current Hough Street School playground. In 1905 a new building was constructed on Hough Street and it became the original home of Barrington High School, until BHS moved to its current location on Main Street in 1949. Located in the heart of downtown Barrington, the current Hough building was built in 1967 and it is a prominent feature in Barrington’s local history.

• Niche Ranking: A+, 6th Best Public Elementary School among Lake County school districts, and 24th Best Public Elementary School in IL • One-to-World iPad per student • Total Enrollment: 262 • Student/Teacher Ratio: 16:1

Affiliations & Recognitions • Blue Ribbon Award: 2015 • 2 National Board Certified Teachers • 1 Golden Apple Teacher • Let’s Move! Active Schools National Award: 2016, 2017, 2018 • Member of IESA - Illinois Elementary School Association

Academics & Student Support CORE CONTENT AREAS Art, English Language Arts, Mathematics, Music, Physical Education and Health, Science, Social Studies INNOVATIVE & ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS Barrington 220 Extended Resource Self-Contained Program, Fresh INC, Kindergarten Enrichment, Library Literacy and Media, PTO Mini Courses, STEM SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING PROGRAMS Positive Behavior Systems (PBS), Second Step

@houghstreet220


2020-2021

SCHOOL PROFILE 310 S. Hough Street | Barrington, IL 60010 | www.barrington220.org/hough

Illinois Assessment of Readiness (IAR) Results IAR Mathematics (% Meeting or Exceeding)

100%

IAR English Language Arts (% Meeting or Exceeding)

Hough Graduates on Track after 9th Grade

Percentage of Students

Barrington

State Average

All students are assessed with the IAR in English Language Arts and Mathematics. Hough students perform well above the state average.

Local Assessment & Test Scores NWEA MAP READING Winter 2019-20 to Fall 2020-21 250

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Barrington 220 - Fall 20-21

150

Barrington 220 - Winter 19-20

99%

Pass Algebra I by the End of 9th Grade2

160

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Average SAT Score2

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200 190

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215

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Average RIT Score

220

Hough Graduates Enroll in College post High School*

Hough Graduates’ Future

NWEA MAP MATHEMATICS Winter 2019-20 to Fall 2020-21

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90%

Grade 2 to 3

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Winter to Fall

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Pre-pandemic National Average

Due to the pandemic, students did not participate in state or local assessment in the spring of 2020. Across the district, students participated in winter testing during the 2019-20 school year and fall testing in September 2020. The graphs above show that not only does Barrington 220 continue to show improvement in average scores over time, but the difference between the district average and the pre-pandemic national average has been maintained.

97%

Student Attendance

80%

Teachers with Master’s Degree +

Extracurricular Activities Band

Cross Country

Lego Robotics

Barrington 220 Speech Tournament

Drama Club

Mindful Monday Club

Girls Basketball

Orchestra

Boys Basketball

Green Club

Running Club

Chess Club

Helping Hawks Service Club

Student Council Track & Field

17.1

Average Class Size *Class of 2009 2 2018-19


2020-2021

SCHOOL PROFILE 24175 N. Grandview Dr. | North Barrington, IL 60010 | www.barrington220.org/north

Fast Facts

Austin Johnson, Principal

“At North Barrington we are a family. Our community has created a school that is positive, student-centered and welcoming to all. Our amazing staff creates a safe, nurturing environment that provides students the ability to achieve success academically, socially and emotionally. Our students love our teachers and are excited to come to school every day.”

School History North Barrington Elementary is one of eight elementary schools in the Barrington 220 School District, serving grades K-5. The original North Barrington Elementary School opened in 1946, consolidating five one-room schoolhouses in the area. At the time of the school’s dedication, it was heralded as a “school for the motor age” because of special design features that accommodated students arriving by car and bus. Fifty years later, voters approved a referendum to rebuild North Barrington at the same site. The new NBS opened to students in 1998.

• Niche Ranking: A+, 7th Best Public Elementary School among Lake County school districts, and 25th Best Public Elementary School in IL • One-to-World iPad per student • Total Enrollment: 478 • Student/Teacher Ratio: 16:1

Affiliations & Recognitions • 5 National Board Certified Teachers • Let’s Move! Active Schools National Award: 2016, 2017, 2018 • Member of IESA - Illinois Elementary School Association

Academics & Student Support CORE CONTENT AREAS Art, English Language Arts, Mathematics, Music, Physical Education and Health, Science, Social Studies INNOVATIVE & ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS Chinese Immersion, Extended Reading and Math, Fresh INC, Kindergarten Enrichment, Library Literacy and Media, PTO Mini Courses, STEM SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING PROGRAMS Positive Behavior Systems (PBS), Second Step

@NorthBarrington220

@NBarringtonColt


2020-2021

SCHOOL PROFILE 24175 N. Grandview Dr. | North Barrington, IL 60010 | www.barrington220.org/north

Illinois Assessment of Readiness (IAR) Results IAR Mathematics (% Meeting or Exceeding)

98%

IAR English Language Arts (% Meeting or Exceeding)

North Barrington Graduates on Track after 9th Grade

Percentage of Students

Barrington

State Average

All students are assessed with the IAR in English Language Arts and Mathematics. North Barrington students perform well above the state average.

Local Assessment & Test Scores NWEA MAP READING Winter 2019-20 to Fall 2020-21

NWEA MAP MATHEMATICS Winter 2019-20 to Fall 2020-21

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Barrington 220 - Fall 20-21

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Future Average SAT Score

95%

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Pass Algebra I by the End of 9th Grade Grade 2 to 3

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Pre-pandemic National Average

Due to the pandemic, students did not participate in state or local assessment in the spring of 2020. Across the district, students participated in winter testing during the 2019-20 school year and fall testing in September 2020. The graphs above show that not only does Barrington 220 continue to show improvement in average scores over time, but the difference between the district average and the pre-pandemic national average has been maintained.

Extracurricular Activities Band Barrington 220 Speech Tournament Boys Basketball Choir Club Cross Country Drama Club Girls Basketball

North Barrington Graduates Enroll in College post High School

North Barrington Graduates’

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Average RIT Score

Average RIT Score

220

98%

Homework Club Horticulture/Green/Eco Club North Barrington Running Club Orchestra Student Council Track & Field

97%

Student Attendance

85%

Teachers with Master’s Degree +

20.9

Average Class Size


2020-2021

SCHOOL PROFILE 224 Roslyn Road | Barrington, IL 60010 | www.barrington220.org/roslyn

Fast Facts

Paul Kirk, Principal

“At Roslyn Road we inspire all learners to achieve excellence. Our staff is committed to meeting each student on his or her individualized learning path and advancing each forward in personal growth and success.”

School History Roslyn Road Elementary is one of eight elementary schools in the Barrington 220 School District, serving grades K-5. The original Roslyn opened in 1958, north of Roslyn Road and east of Exmoor Avenue. The current building opened in 2002. In 2018 Roslyn celebrated 60 years of excellence in education.

Academics & Student Support CORE CONTENT AREAS Art, English Language Arts, Mathematics, Music, Physical Education and Health, Science, Social Studies INNOVATIVE & ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS Enrichment Summer School, Extended Reading and Math, Fresh INC, Kindergarten Enrichment, Library Literacy and Media, PTO Mini Courses, Spanish Dual Language, STEM

• Niche Ranking: A+, 3rd Best Public Elementary School among Lake County school districts, and 14th Best Public Elementary School in IL • One-to-World iPad per student • Total Enrollment: 426 • Student/Teacher Ratio: 16:1

Affiliations & Recognitions • Blue Ribbon Award: 2013, 2019 • Let’s Move! Active Schools National Award: 2016, 2017, 2018 • 2 National Board Certified Teachers • 1 Golden Apple Teacher of Distinction • Member of IESA - Illinois Elementary School Association

SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING PROGRAMS Positive Behavior Systems (PBS), Second Step

@RoslynRoadSchool

@Roslyn220


2020-2021

SCHOOL PROFILE 224 Roslyn Road | Barrington, IL 60010 | www.barrington220.org/roslyn

Illinois Assessment of Readiness (IAR) Results IAR Mathematics (% Meeting or Exceeding)

98%

IAR English Language Arts (% Meeting or Exceeding)

Roslyn Graduates on Track after 9th Grade

Percentage of Students

Barrington

State Average

All students are assessed with the IAR in English Language Arts and Mathematics. Roslyn students perform well above the state average.

Local Assessment & Test Scores NWEA MAP READING Winter 2019-20 to Fall 2020-21

NWEA MAP MATHEMATICS Winter 2019-20 to Fall 2020-21

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Barrington 220 - Fall 20-21

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Barrington 220 - Winter 19-20

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Average SAT Score

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Pre-pandemic National Average

Due to the pandemic, students did not participate in state or local assessment in the spring of 2020. Across the district, students participated in winter testing during the 2019-20 school year and fall testing in September 2020. The graphs above show that not only does Barrington 220 continue to show improvement in average scores over time, but the difference between the district average and the pre-pandemic national average has been maintained.

Extracurricular Activities Band Barrington 220 Speech Tournament Boys Basketball Chess Club Choir Club Cross Country Girls Basketball

Roslyn Graduates Enroll in College post High School

Roslyn Graduates’ Future 227

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Average RIT Score

Average RIT Score

220

93%

Homework Club Jump Rope Club Orchestra Peer Mediation Club Rotary Early Act Track & Field Walking Club

97%

Student Attendance

95%

Teachers with Master’s Degree +

21

Average Class Size


2020-2021

SCHOOL PROFILE 2500 Helm Road | Carpentersville, IL 60110 | www.barrington220.org/sunnyhill

Dr. Cynthia Armendariz-Maxwell, Principal Edgar De La Mora, Assistant Principal

“Our passionate and dedicated staff is committed to all students’ academic and linguistic growth, while supporting social-emotional development within a safe and caring school environment. Students’ wrap-around support is strengthened by comprehensive parent and community connections.”

School History

Fast Facts • Niche ranking: B and top 40% of Best Public Elementary Schools in IL • One-to-World iPad per student • Total Enrollment: 322 • Student/Teacher Ratio: 16:1

Affiliations & Recognitions

Sunny Hill Elementary is one of eight elementary schools in the Barrington 220 School District, serving grades K-5. The school opened in 1954 as a K-8 school. At that time, the building sat on a hill surrounded by farms to the north, east and south. It is said Sunny Hill received its name from a family who was walking up the hill to school on a sunny day. Today, Sunny Hill serves as a hub in the Carpentersville community. Barrington 220’s Bilingual Parents Advisory Council (BPAC) holds its monthly meetings and events at Sunny Hill. It is also a club site for the Boys and Girls Club of Dundee Township.

• 2016 White House Commitment to Action Award for Educational Excellence for Hispanics (STEM)

Academics & Student Support

• 2017, 2018, 2019 National Energy Star Award

CORE CONTENT AREAS Art, English Language Arts, Mathematics, Music, Physical Education and Health, Science, Social Studies, Spanish Language Arts

• Let’s Move! Active Schools National Award: 2016, 2017, 2018 • 2 National Board Certified Teachers

• Member of IESA - Illinois Elementary School Association

INNOVATIVE & ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS Bilingual Spanish Immersion, Extended English and Spanish, Fresh INC, H.I.P. (High-Potential Intervention Program), Jump Start Summer School, Library Literacy and Media, P.E.T.S. (Primary Education Thinking Skills), SPARK220, STEM SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING PROGRAMS Positive Behavior Systems (PBS), Second Step

@SunnyHill220


2020-2021

SCHOOL PROFILE 2500 Helm Road | Carpentersville, IL 60110 | www.barrington220.org/sunnyhill

Illinois Assessment of Readiness (IAR) Results IAR Mathematics (% Meeting or Exceeding)

84%

IAR English Language Arts (% Meeting or Exceeding)

Sunny Hill Graduates on Track after 9th Grade

Percentage of Students

Barrington

State Average

To evaluate Sunny Hill students on IAR, scores from students in schools with similar economic disadvantage were compared. Sunny Hill students performed 50% better in mathematics, compared to students in a similar demographic. Sunny Hill students’ performance on the English Language Arts test is consistent with the performance of students in a similar demographic. English is the second language for the majority of Sunny Hill students.

Local Assessment & Test Scores NWEA MAP MATHEMATICS Winter 2019-20 to Fall 2020-21 250

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Average RIT Score

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Barrington 220 - Fall 20-21

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Barrington 220 - Winter 19-20

Grade 2 to 3

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Winter to Fall

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Pre-pandemic National Average

Due to the pandemic, students did not participate in state or local assessment in the spring of 2020. Across the district, students participated in winter testing during the 2019-20 school year and fall testing in September 2020. The graphs above show that not only does Barrington 220 continue to show improvement in average scores over time, but the difference between the district average and the pre-pandemic national average has been maintained.

Extracurricular Activities Art Club Band Barrington 220 Speech Tournament Boys & Girls Club Boys Basketball Choir Club Couch to 3K Family Run Creative Drama Club

900

Sunny Hill Graduates’ Future

Cribbage Club GEMS/Mindful Waste Club Girls Basketball Hispanic Heritage Dance Club Homework Club Million Pollinator GardenMonarch Waystation Music Blocks Piano Lessons

80%

Pass Algebra I by the End of 9th Grade2

215

160

Grade 2 to 3

Sunny Hill Graduates Enroll in College post High School*

Average SAT Score2

NWEA MAP READING Winter 2019-20 to Fall 2020-21 250

69%

Orchestra Ping-Pong Club Student Council Student Yoga Techno-Tigers Robotics & Makerspace Club Tigers on the Run Running Club Track & Field

97%

Student Attendance

80%

Teachers with Master’s Degree +

13.8

Average Class Size *According to Pew Research Center, on average, 35% of like demographics enroll in college. 2 2018-19


2020-2021

SCHOOL PROFILE 40 E. Dundee Road | Barrington, IL 60010 | www.barrington220.org/elc

Fast Facts • One-to-World iPad per student

Michelle Acosta, Principal

• Total Enrollment: 303

“The Early Learning Center believes in a nurturing, safe and respectful learning environment to support our youngest learners. We enrich, engage, encourage, nurture and treasure each child in our school.”

School History

The Barrington Early Learning Center serves at-risk preschool students in the Barrington 220 School District, in addition to kindergarten students enrolled in the district’s Spanish Dual Language program. When the original Early Learning Center opened in 1986, it was located at the former Woodland Elementary School in Carpentersville. The current state of the art ELC building opened in Barrington in 2010, sharing a campus with BMS-Prairie. This proximity allows for a unique partnership between the two schools, in which the ELC benefits from service projects by BMS-Prairie students.

Academics & Student Support CORE CONTENT AREAS The Arts, Cognitive, English Language Acquisition, Language, Literacy, Mathematics, Physical, Science and Technology, Social-Emotional, Social Studies INNOVATIVE & ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS Spanish Dual Language

• Average Class Size: 21 • Teachers with Master’s degree +: 96% • Student/Teacher Ratio: 16:1 • Student Attendance: 96%

Affiliations & Recognitions • Gold Circle of Quality Rating from IL State Board of Education: 2017, 2020 • Silver Circle of Quality Rating from IL State Board of Education: 2014 • Preschool For All Program since 1986

SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING PROGRAMS Positive Behavior Systems (PBS)

@ELC220 | @BarringtonELC


B A R R I N G TO N 220 COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 515 W. Main Street • Barrington, IL 60010 847.381.6300 • www.barrington220.org

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