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Page 19 text:
DR. ROBERT FINLEY, Superintendent of Schools DAVID W. BEGGS, Assistant Superintendent
B.S.J., Ohio University B.S., Millikin University
B.S. in Ed., Ohio University M.S., University of Ill-inois
M.Ed., Ohio University
Ph.D., Northwestern University
AIMING WITH ADMINISTRATORS FOR FINER EDUCATION
The administrative office is a vital center of
Barrington education. As the executive officer of
the Board of Education, Dr. Finley advises the
board, while keeping in mind the over-all picture
of our school system. Mr. Beggs concerns himself
with curriculum work and advises both Dr. Fin-
ley and the board on educational issues. In ad-
dition, they both help with the selection of per-
sonnel. Mr. Mlaite, as business manager, is respon-
sible for collecting and spending funds and has
to handle the budget for building plans as well.
Despite their vast responsibilities and busy sched-
ules, these administrators are never too busy to
meet with teachers or members of the community
to further the cause of education or just converse.
Together with the board, they are largely responsi-
ble for the ever rising standards of our school
ARLYN E. WAITE
B.S. in Ed., Northern Illinois University
Page 18 text:
Studying blueprints is an everyday occurrence for school board mem-
bers Mrs. J. Meyer, Mr. E. Schwemm, and Mr. T. Fletter.
The story of a new school year begins in the
spring of the year before and is in full swing by
summer. The school board, together with admin-
istrators, makes plans, discusses budgets, and gen-
erally keeps an eye on the necessities of education
such as building and hiring staff members, while
at the same time theyskeep up with educational
trends and determine what will best fulnll Bar-
rington's specific needs. By summer, they are
often watching their plans being put into action:
this year, they made available for student use a
large library addition with its own classroom and
a new reading lab. Scarcely is one thing done be-
fore they are well into another project. At present,
they are working on the possible building of a
Middle School, to include grades 7, 8, and 9, in
cooperation with an elementary district.
THE BOARD PRCMISES BARRINGTON A BRIGHT FUTURE
Seen here working on the District 45,5224 budget are board members Mr. J. Dow, Mr. P.
Bash, Mr. T. Hanchett, and board president, Mr. M. Cassell.
Page 20 text:
Mr. Gillis checks the plans for the extension of the library.
ENLARGEMENTS AND ADDITIONS
' HELP CULTIVATE READING HABITS
Progress on the new addition to the library is developing well.
Getting the library in order for fall use is quite a tedious job.
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