The Barrington 220 Educational Foundation has announced the recipients of the Helping Hand Grants for the 2013-2014 school year. Helping Hand Grants are offered once a year and are limited to $500.
Barrington 220’s youngest learners now have a 35-foot-long nature mural to greet them at school each day, thanks to the hard work by local painter Susan Hanson. Hanson’s one-of-a-kind painting depicts the
We all watched on national TV last week as Station Middle School 8th grader, Pranav Sivakumar, sailed his way to the top, placing second in this year’s Scripps National Spelling Bee in
If you’ve been reading our posts here at 365Barrington.com for a while, you know we love to write about upcoming events and the people behind the many things to do in Barrington.
We’re always working on projects behind-the-scenes here at 365Barrington.com to keep things fresh and new. And we’ve had something special up our sleeves for the past few months. We’ve decided to carve
It’s Tasty Tuesday time again at District 220 schools, and the ingredient of the month for February is grapefruit. Tasty Tuesday is a new healthy eating initiative in our elementary schools where
Mark your calendars for a brand new music festival happening at Wool Street in Barrington this February. It’s called the Band Together Music Fest and will feature performances by six bands which
Security at Barrington’s schools has been at the forefront of conversations among District 220 administrators this week. The District sent an email on Wednesday, urging families to “keep calm” as you notice
Have you heard about Tasty Tuesday? Wondering what’s going on that tastes so good? It’s the latest initiative in Barrington School District 220’s effort to better educate our students on healthy eating.
When we recently polled our readers in the “Best of Barrington Survey” about who they’d most like to have lunch with, one of the people who received the most votes was Barrington
Today is graduation day for seniors at Barrington High School. The graduating class of 2012 will walk across the stage and be honored in a ceremony at Willow Creek Church tonight with
For the first time since publishing her children’s book, Princess Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift 15 years ago, Tower Lakes author, Sheila Glazov, will have the honor of watching a musical rendition of
Fourth and fifth graders at Countryside Elementary School have organized a community 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run this weekend and they’re asking us to lace up our running shoes to join
Dust off your derby hats and spruce up your seersucker suits, Barrington Children’s Charities’ second annual Run for the Roses Kentucky Derby party is coming up this Saturday and we’re all invited.
Isn’t it always great to have the best seat in the house? Wouldn’t it be even better if that seat wasn’t 63 years old and “…re-stuffed, re-sprung and re-upholstered too many times