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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 31, 2015, Arlington Heights, Illinois Skirting in let is. 220 by Doug t. Graham dgyahurn9dnib brr Aid Tom five to or 20 years Down the Road a 32-acre tract of undeveloped land West of bar ringtone High school could be a parking lot a new stadium playing Fields a new school or something else entirely. But for now officials in Barrington area unit school District 220, which acquired the land Over the past two years say planning for its future is just getting under Way and could continue for years. There was no plan in place when the District bought the Southern 20.75-acre portion of the site on new year s eve 2014 for $2.35 million. The Northern 11.25-acre portion was donated to the District on new years eve 2013. So what will become of the land a that s a great question Quot superintendent Brian Harris said recently while standing in Waist High Prairie grass on the land. Quot we re going to be spending a significant amount of time Over the next couple years at the Board of education level having discussions about District needs. As Well As also engaging the Community off and on Over the next several years to put together a master plan for this the topic will come before the school Board at their oct. 6 meeting when they will discuss the mature of the District s facilities. School Board president Brian Battle said he does t know How that conversation will go but noted that the Board has looked at the newly acquired land As an Opportunity to rethink the Barrington High Campus. A Aback when we had a few Hundred More students at the High school we were busting at the seams for space Quot Battle said. Quot in 10-20 years the District May have mat Many students again. If the District is a see on Kho i of by Daniel Vav h i i t u ton Hill la the director of Kline Creek farm s farmhands Camp where he shares his passion for victorian Era farm life time children a games. Above he juggles bean bags before teaching students about the his-1890s. Wayne Hill is the director of kill with a special emphasis on old tory of photography in the late How Kline Creek farms farmhands Leader teaches children about history by Daniel White Tom when asked How they spent their summer vacation not Many kids can say they did farm chores from the victorian Era. The teens in wine Creek farm s farmhands program Are the exception. Under die direction of Wayne Hill of Lombard the Kline Creek farm summer Kitchen in West Chicago becomes a Central Hub of education for Hill s farmhands program which he has coordinated for the past to years. Hill provides children Ages 7 to 12, a firsthand experience to learn How their Peers in the 1890s worked and played on hums in Dupage county. Quot i be got a Little bit of a kid in myself so i can relate to where these kids Are going and what they want to learn Quot Hill said. The Day Camp now in its 20th year offers seven weekly see history on Fabe 13 watch video Lite in the victorian Era it Toto w to \ �.4 i at 0ailyheral0.com/m0re Wayne Hill has a passion for victorian Era games like strings above at top right and talks to students about gathering and identifying herbs in the Kline Creek farm Herb Garden Here with from left Katie Rath and Daniela Currie both from Glen Ellyn and Adeline of Neill and Marin Marcionetti both of Naperville. Haylie win Lewocz Linden Host urn father killed in nosh by Lauren Rohr i Toh cattails brr Ahi Tom no matter where she went Haylie Winiewicz could befriend anyone. In an outpouring of Community support on social Media and elsewhere sunday friends described the 15-year-old As a great teammate and a wonderful Friend. Quot she was one of those people who could lift you up when you were Down a said Dana Booker a close Friend of Hay lie s family. Quot for someone so Young she was a really Good Haylie and her father Chris Winiewicz 50, died saturday after their car collided with a pickup truck at routes 45 and 132 near Lindenhurst where they lived authorities said. Quot Haylie and Chris were wonderful people and Are loved by so Many Quot said Booker who has known the family since she started working with Chris wife Gina Winiewicz at Millburn elementary school six years ago Booker said Chris Winiewicz was a hardworking Man who would do anything for Haylie and her 16-year-old sister Ashley. Quot his kids were his life Quot she said. Quot and he was a very Good husband to Ashley was driving the family s car when the crash occurred saturday said family attorney Kim Popovich. 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