A Barrington High School administrator on leave since April while district officials and police investigate financial and operational aspects of her position has retired, Barrington Unit District 220 officials said Wednesday.
The administrator, who is not being named by the Daily Herald because she has not been formally charged with wrongdoing, will receive no additional benefits or severance pay from District 220, district spokesman Jeff Arnett said.
Barrington police are continuing their own investigation of the matter that led to the administrator's leave, and District 220 will continue to assist that investigation, Arnett added.
Barrington police did not return a call seeking comment on the investigation Wednesday.
School officials intend to fill the administrator's position before the start of the next school year.