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The Barrington District 220 Board of Education will be holding two meetings today.  Both notices were posted to the district website sometime after noon yesterday (those familiar with the Illinois Open Meetings Act take note).

A special meeting of the Board will be held starting at noon at the District Administrative Center, 515 W. Main St.  beginning with closed session.  A copy of the agenda can be viewed here.

The Board then meets again at 7 PM at the same location for their second regular monthly meeting. A copy of that agenda can be viewed here. This meeting will be live-streamed on YouTube.

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220 Admin

The District 220 Board of Education meets this evening at 7 PM at the District Administrative Center. A copy of their agenda can be viewed here.

The livestream of the meeting is viewable via the Board’s YouTube channel.

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BMS

The next regularly scheduled Board of Education meeting is Tuesday, May 18 at 7 PM. The meeting will be held in person at Station Middle School. Their agenda can be viewed here.

This evening’s meeting includes a public hearing at 8 PM to discuss the 2020-2021 tentative amended budget.

The number of people in the room will be limited to 60% capacity, as the state of Illinois is now in “Bridge to Phase 5” under the state’s Restore Illinois Plan.

The livestream of all meetings are viewable via the Board’s YouTube channel.

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BMS

The 220 Board of Education meets this evening at 7:00 PM at the Station Campus.  A copy of their agenda can be found here.

The meeting will be livestreamed on the district YouTube channel.

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Harris

District 220’s Brian Harris ranks fifth on the list of the top 10 of 2020 Illinois Public School salary and pension earners according to the Teachers Retirement System of Illinois.

Illinois public employees and retirees with $100,000+ paychecks grew from 109,881 (2019) to an all-time high of 122,258 in 2020 – costing taxpayers $15.8 billion.

Congressional “bailouts” made it possible. The recent $1.9 trillion American Rescue Act provided an additional $13.5 billion to Illinois state and local governments. (Look up your hometown here — $350 billion flowed to states and 30,000 communities.)

Our auditors at OpenTheBooks.com compiled the list of six-figure earners from Freedom of Information Act requests.

Barbers at State Corrections trimmed off $115,000; janitors at the State Toll Highway Authority cleaned up $123,000; bus drivers in Chicago made $174,000; line workers on the Chicago Transit Authority earned $222,278; community college presidents made $418,677; university doctors earned up to $2 million; and 171 small town managers out-earned the Illinois governor ($181,670).

Our interactive mapping tool allows users to quickly review the 122,258 public employees and retirees across Illinois making more than $100,000 (by ZIP code). Just click a pin and scroll down to see the results in your neighborhood rendered in the chart beneath the map.

Read more from Forbes here.

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BOE

The District 220 Board of Education meets tonight at 7 PM. The meeting will be held in person at the District Administrative Center. A copy of their agenda can be viewed here.

The number of people in the room will be limited to 50, as suburban Cook County and Lake County are in Phase 4 under the State’s Restore Illinois Plan. The livestream of all meetings are viewable via the Board’s YouTube channel found here.

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BOE

The next regularly scheduled Board of Education meeting is tomorrow night, April 6th right after the polls close at 7 PM. The meeting will be held in person at the District Administrative Center.  A copy of the agenda can be viewed here.

The number of people in the room will be limited to 50, as suburban Cook County and Lake County are in Phase 4 under the State’s Restore Illinois Plan. The livestream of all meetings are viewable via the Board’s YouTube channel.

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The next regularly scheduled Board of Education meeting is tonight, March 16th at 7 PM. The meeting will be held in person at Station Middle School. Click here to view the agenda.

The meeting will include a public hearing at 7:45 regarding, “The Honorable Dismissal of Probationary Teachers pursuant to Section 24.12 of the Illinois School Code.”

The number of people in the room will be limited to 50, as suburban Cook County and Lake County are in Phase 4 under the State’s Restore Illinois Plan. The livestream of all meetings are viewable via the Board’s YouTube channel.

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The next regularly scheduled Board of Education meeting is Tuesday, March 2 at 7 PM. Click here to view the agenda. The meeting will be held in person at Station Middle School.

The number of people in the room will be limited to 50, as suburban Cook County and Lake County are in Phase 4 under the State’s Restore Illinois Plan. The livestream of all meetings are viewable via the Board’s YouTube channel here.

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The next regularly scheduled Board of Education meeting is Tuesday, Feb. 16 at 7pm. The meeting will be held in person at Station Middle School. Click here to view the agenda.

The number of people in the room will be limited to 50, as suburban Cook County and Lake County have moved from Tier 1 mitigations to Phase 4 under the State’s Restore Illinois Plan. The livestream of all meetings is viewable via the Board’s YouTube channel.

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