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220 Initiatives

2022-2023 Theme 

Each school year Superintendent of Schools Dr. Robert Hunt launches a theme for the district. The theme for the 2022-23 school year is #WeBelong220. 

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"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."

Travis LobbinsPrincipal
Prairie Middle School

Innovation 220

The Barrington 220 School District is a nationally recognized school district known for its rich history, sense of community and innovative curriculum.

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    Prairie Campus

    Photo of Brad Choate

    It's an honor to work in such a great school community. Prairie Campus is full of wonderful high achieving students. I'm so proud to be a part of a school community where the students aspire to support our school and our community. Brad ChoateTeacher

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    I think we have a great staff here at Prairie and they're very accepting to every student that comes into the school.Emerson WulbeckerStudent

    Photo of Kim Barlow

    Prairie promotes a caring and engaging community for visible learners to excel and for creativity to prosper.Kim BarlowTeacher

    Photo of Mary Kallenbach

    The Prairie community is inspiring in that we all share a common goal of working as hard as we can to make sure all of our students have an opportunity for success.Mary KallenbachTeacher

    Photo of Will Bentley

    The outstanding students and wonderful staff of Prairie make this school an amazing place to visit each day. The creativity and exploration happening day-to-day is truly inspiring.Will BentleyTeacher

    Photo of Anne Schmitt

    At Prairie we value relationships with the students. We want students to feel empowered to explore their interests in a supportive environment.Anne SchmittTeacher