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Cool Moose Party
75 Sowams Rd, Barrington, RI 02806
The Cool Moose Party is a political party headed by Attorney Robert J. Healy, Jr. It is based out of his home inMore Barrington. Mr. Healy has represented the Cool Moose Party as candidate for Lieutenant Governor in the last several gubernatorial elections. His platform is that the position of Lieutenant Governor should be abolished and the state can save $1,000,000. He is once again a candidate for the same office.
Town of Barrington Town Clerk
283 County Rd, Barrington, RI 02806
Linda H. James serves as town clerk. James is in her 28th year as either deputy town clerk or town clerk. She wasMore appointed by the town manager and also serves as clerk of the town council, annual financial town meeting, probate court and board of canvassers and is the recorder of deeds. Her department is responsible for all vital public records, including birth, marriage and death certificates: agendas and minutes for the town council and other boards and commissions; voter registration lists; elections and candidates forms; property records; hunting, fishing and animal licenses; permits for liquor, victualling and entertainment. Three other clerks assist James. The office also serves as the primary information center and traffic cop for visitors to Town Hall.
Town of Barrington, School Department Administration
283 County Rd, Barrington, RI 02806

Parents move to Barrington for the schools. It's a reality, not a perception. "There is a culture of advocacy forMore children," says Dr. Robert O. McIntyre, Superintendent of Schools. "There is a genuine interest in helping children grow." A high school, a middle school and four elementary schools serve the 3,500 students in this district. Each school is recognized for quality instruction and teachers who receive cutting-edge professional development. Hampden Meadows serves pupils in grades 4 to 5. Neighborhood schools Nayatt, Primrose Hill and Sowams serve pupils in grades K to 3. The middle school serves students from grades 6 to 8. The high school serves students in grades 9 to 12.

The school department has two assistant superintendents, Betty A. Calise, responsible for curriculum and instruction, and Ronald D. Tarro, responsible for administration and finance. A five-member School Committee is elected for four-year terms. It meets twice each month during the school year usually on the first and third Thursdays.

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