Our final week of the Family Reading Program concluded today!! Wow, the last five weeks flew by so quickly!! We certainly had a blast highlighting reading at school and hope that it was an enjoyable experience for all of our families at home as well! The announcement and details regarding the BIG EVENT will be coming soon! Thank you to all of our families for making reading a priority by spending time increasing students amount of time reading at home and reading together!
We continue to assess and adjust our safety practice on an ongoing basis. Be sure to check out the new window decals and images that have been added to front entrance of the school in order to limit an outside view directly into the building. Not only are they an added safety measure, but they show off our Grizzly Pride!!
SAVE THE DATES – Parent/Teacher Conferences
We will be holding out spring parent/teacher conferences on Wednesday, March 18th from 4-7 p.m. and Thursday, March 19th from 3-7 p.m. I will be sending an official letter with details regarding conferences to parents next week but wanted to make sure that parents are able to plan accordingly in order to schedule conferences during the conference days designated by the District.
3rd Grade Folk Dance Night
Our third graders have been hard at work learning dances for our Third Grade Folk Dance Night, and this event is quickly approaching! Please make sure that you have marked your calendars for Thursday evening, March 12th. The students have been learning a variety of folk dances in their music class, and this event will be a way for them to share their learning with their families. Please note that there are different arrival times and locations for different classes. Our third graders will be performing a dance for family members in the Multipurpose Room as well as participating in the main event in the gym. Some classes will arrive a little early for this, and some will stay a few minutes later for this. Please click the link to the information letter with all of the details for the evening in both English and Spanish!!!
Kindergarten Pre-Registration Closes Monday!!
Pre-Registration for any kindergarteners who will be starting in the fall is getting ready to close! For children who turn five-years-old on or before Sept. 1, Barrington 220 offers a standard half-day kindergarten (am, pm as needed) as well as four optional programs:
Kindergarten Spanish Dual Language Program
Kindergarten Chinese Immersion Program
Kindergarten Chinese Immersion + Enrichment Program
For important dates regarding kindergarten registration, detailed information about our programs, and resources and videos about kindergarten and the registration process please go to: https://www.barrington220.org/kindergarten
Early Voting Begins March 2nd!
If you can't head to the polls on March 17, early voting runs March 2-March 16. To view early voting locations, times and more details for the county you live in, click the corresponding link:
Monday, March 2nd – Early Voting Begins
Monday, March 2nd – Kindergarten Pre-Registration Closes
Wednesday, March 4th - Referendum Community Open House (School Tours) @ Prairie, 7 p.m.
Wednesday, March 4th – Tae Kwon Do starts after school, 2:40-3:30 p.m. – must be registered
Thursday, March 5th - Referendum Community Open House (School Tours) @ BHS, 7 p.m.
Friday, March 6th – 4th Grade Feed My Starving Field Trip
Friday, March 6th – 2nd Trimester Report Cards Available to Parents
Saturday, March 7th – K-8 Speech Tournament, a.m. @ Station Middle School
Sunday, March 8th – Daylight Savings Time, Clocks Spring Forward
Monday, March 9th – Parent/Teacher Conference Sign-Up Opens
Monday, March 9th – PTO Meeting in the MPR, 9:15 a.m.
Thursday, March 12th – 3rd Grade Folk Dance Night, 6:30 p.m.
Saturday, March 14th – Orchestra Solo and Ensemble @BHS
Tuesday, March 17th – Election Day
Wednesday, March 18th - Parent Teacher Conferences, 4-8p.m.
Thursday, March 19th – Parent Teacher Conferences, 3-7 p.m.
Friday, March 20th – Spring Break Begins, NO SCHOOL
Monday, March 23rd – Friday, March 27th – SPRING BREAK, NO SCHOOL
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