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Cedar Grove Supervisor Left Hanging After Fundraiser

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'Play It Again, Toms River!' Takes Another Test Drive

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Academy Students Attend Aviation STEM Day

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  • Academy Students Attend Aviation STEM Day

    May 24, 2019 -- On May 13, sophomore engineering & environmental science students from the STEAM Academy attended Aviation STEM Day at the FAA Center in Atlantic City.
  • 'Play It Again, Toms River!' Takes Another Test Drive

    Third and fourth grade Toms River Regional Schools students, along with their parents, once again participated in the music department’s Instrument Test Drive on Monday, May 20 at High School East.
  • Cedar Grove Supervisor Left Hanging After Fundraiser

    May 23, 2019--  Cedar Grove Elementary School's PTO ran a fundraiser where students were able to purchase strips of duct tape. Why? To tape Thomas Lanza, Supervisor of Instruction, to the wall, of course.
  • Silver Bay Students Leap Into Learning

    May 22, 2019-- Dancing is one of the ways Silver Bay Elementary School has infused the arts into curriculum as part of its YA Arts Lab, a grant program funded by the Jay and Linda Grunin Foundation in partnership with Young Audiences Arts for Learning.
  • HSN's Jenna Paul Recognized as NJSIAA Scholar Athlete

    May 21, 2019 -- Congratulations to High School North's Jenna Paul who was recognized as an outstanding scholar athlete by the NJSIAA. Jenna is the leading point scorer for the Lady Mariner basketball team and received a full scholarship to attend Colgate University in the fall where she will continue her basketball career and major in biology.
  • Silver Bay Peer Leaders Introduce Digital World to Residents

    The Peer Leadership Ambassadors from Silver Bay Elementary hosted a digital technology event for Brandywine Assisted Living in Toms River. On Monday, May 20th some very enthusiastic fifth graders put together this event for the residents from Brandywine to see the new world of digital learning.
  • Academic Hall of Fame Holds Induction Ceremony

    Toms River Regional Schools alumni were inducted into the Academic Hall of Fame on Sunday, May 19, 2019. Congratulations to all who were honored!
  • Exploring Nursing as a Career Path

    May 20, 2019 -- Students from High School East recently attended a tour and interactive workshop at the Ocean County College Nursing School. Students were able to tour the brand new facility with state-of-the-art equipment utilized by nursing students to prepare them for a rewarding profession.
  • TR:TechReady Students Work With Always Supporting Our Military

    May 16, 2019-- Students who participated in last summer’s Office of Naval Research (ONR)-funded TR:TechReady summer programming camp met to continue collaborating with the leadership team of  Toms River-based Always Supporting Our Military, helping the organization reimagine its website.
  • HSE Showcases Student Artwork

    May 16, 2019 -- An art showcase at High School East opened on May 15th, the same night as the school's National Art Honor Society (NAHS) induction ceremony.
  • BioBlitz Conducted at High School North

    Earlier this year, High School North was awarded one of eleven $10,000-level grants as part of the Sustainable Jersey for Schools Small Grants Cycle, which is funded by the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA).
  • Scholars Literacy Lab Unveiled at Citta School

    May 14, 2019-- This past fall Joseph A. Citta Elementary School became one of 144 applicants (and one of five winners from Toms River Regional Schools) to receive a grant worth $10,000 from OceanFirst Foundation to fund a model classroom.
  • Spring Is in the Air at Pine Beach!

    May 14, 2019 -- Families of Pine Beach Elementary School enjoyed an afternoon of fun activities during the school's Spring Fling event. Students climbed a rock wall, danced, and participated in a variety of STEAM activities.
  • Holzapfel, McGuckin, Wolfe Call on Murphy to Use Extra Funds to Stop School Cuts

    Senator Jim Holzapfel, Assemblyman Greg McGuckin, and Assemblyman Dave Wolfe (all R-Ocean) said any unexpected State tax revenues should be dedicated to fully funding school districts like Brick and Toms River that have been hit with massive cuts in aid under Governor Phil Murphy’s proposed FY 2020 State Budget.
  • TRPD Hosts Fun, Family-Friendly Event This Weeekend

    The 2019 Community Open House will feature police, fire and EMS equipment on display; K-9 and motorcycle demonstrations; police headquarters and animal shelter tours; free bicycle helmets (while supplies last); and more.
  • Ocean County Prosecutor Supports District in Funding Fight

    May 3, 2019-- In a letter to Governor Phil Murphy, Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley Billhimer came to the defense of Toms River Regional Schools in its fight to restore millions in lost state aid as a result of Bill S2.
  • A Night of Broadway Featuring Constantine Maroulis

    Tony Award nominee and American Idol finalist Constantine Maroulis (Rock of Ages, Jekyll and Hyde) will be coming to High School North this Thursday, May 2 to hold a masters class and concert with Arts Academy students and NJ Thespians. The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the HSN auditorium. For tickets, please visit https://friendspac.booktix.com.
  • Ciba-Geigy Acts as Classroom for AP Science Students

    AP Environmental Science students from High School North and High School East had an incredible experience as they visited the Ciba-Geigy Superfund Site.
  • District Returns to Trenton for Press Conference, Rally

    April 30, 2019-- Teachers, board members, administrators, and 11 buses full of students from Toms River Regional Schools returned to Trenton today to voice opposition to the state aid cuts in Bill S2.
  • Superintendent Healy Invites State Leaders to Toms River

    A formal letter encourages Governor Murphy, Senate President Steve Sweeney, Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin, and Commissioner of Education Lamont Repollet to Toms River to discuss Bill S2.
  • Register for Summer TR STEM Camps

    Toms River Regional Schools is a Cold Spring Harbor DNALC affiliated site, and the district is proud to offer a series of summer STEM Camps that are led by TRRS STEM instructors trained by Cold Spring Harbor scientists, and which follow the same curriculum as the Long Island-based camps.
  • Office of Naval Research Funds Year 2 of Coding Initiative

    April 18, 2019-- One year ago, Toms River Regional Schools won the largest single competitive grant in its history. The Office of Naval Research (ONR), which promotes science and technology applications for the United States Navy and Marine Corps, awarded the district over $760k to support TR:TechReady, a computer coding initiative addressing district, industry, and naval goals.
  • East Staff Make Connections

    High School East staff members participated in a team building workshop where they had the opportunity to get to know their colleagues a little better, build each other up, and recharge their batteries through different games and team building activities.
  • Raiders Helping Raiders Have Eggs-tra Special Day

    April 16, 2019 -- Members of Raiders Helping Raiders met recently to dye eggs as part of the student-centered mentoring program. The students, who are matched with volunteer staff members, meet informally with the mentors throughout the year as a form of support and guidance.
  • Hovnanian Foundation Spurs Innovation With Two Multi-Year Grants

    April 16, 2019-- This past winter Edele Hovnanian, president of the Hirair and Anna Hovnanian Foundation, visited the Toms River Regional School District for a tour of two newly renovated spaces and programs the foundation funded in the 2018-2019 school year.
  • Students Have a Blast, Earn Awards at Rowan Rocketry Competition

    April 15, 2019-- Two busloads of students from Toms River Regional Schools competed at Rowan University’s School of Engineering American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 4th Annual Rowan Blast Off Rocketry Competition Saturday, April 13.
  • Best Trip Ever for ASR Students at Delaware Valley Science Fair

    High School North junior ASR student Isabella Onofrietti won a $30,000 scholarship from the University of the Sciences during the Delaware Valley Science Fair, which was one of many significant and historic achievements by district students.
  • HSE Completes NEA Big Read With Military Donations

    April 12, 2019-- For for its final NEA Big Read activity in honor of the novel The Things They Carried, High School East handed over donations to the local non-profit group Always Supporting Our Military.
  • NJAEYC Presents Ocean County Children's Festival April 13

    FREE family-friendly event at Ocean County Library is STEAM themed.
  • What is Juul? What is Flair?

    Join the DART Prevention Coalition for an informative session 6-7 p.m. Monday April 15 at High School East. There has been an increase among teens in the use of devices and products used for consuming nicotine and other drugs, and the district feels it is important to share accurate information and resources on this health concern.
  • INSPIRE TR Event April 3

    The special education advisory group will meet at High School East about transitioning grades and post graduation.
  • Social and Emotional Learning Parent Academy Night - Register now!

    There is still time to register for the district's first annual Parent Academy Night! The academy will be held Wednesday, March 27 from 6-8 p.m. at Hooper Avenue Elementary School.
  • OCC's Beyond the Classroom Series Will Focus on Autism

    Through this series, of which TRRS is a proud partner, Ocean County College seeks to promote awareness of autism and ignite a conversation between diverse populations in New Jersey. View the full list of events, including an April 1 workshop at East Dover Elementary School. (Temple Grandin photo courtesy of Rosalie Windard)
  • Can't Make it to Trenton? You Can Still Be Involved!

    We understand that the March 5 Trenton rally occurs during work hours for our community members, and on the heels of an early dismissal for parents and students, leaving many who cannot attend to ask: How can I help? Here's how.
  • 'Pippin' Set to Hit the Stage at High School North

    The Toms River High School North Nautical Star Theatre Company will proudly present their post-apocalyptic version of Pippin. Shows are Thursday, March 7, Friday, March 8 (ASL interpreted), and Saturday, March 9. All shows at 7 p.m. Order tickets at www.trnhs.booktix.com.
  • Cardiac and Concussion Screenings for Young Athletes

    A free event at RWJBarnabas Health Arena April 13
  • Eastside Theater Company Set to Perform 'Oklahoma!'

    Oklahoma! bursts onto the Toms River East stage March 14-16th. The Eastside Theater Company is thrilled to create an exciting new production of this beloved classic as part of its 75th anniversary since first opening on Broadway. For ticket information, email syajcaji@trschools.com or call 732-505-5665 ext. 210080.
  • HSS Theatre Guild to Present Cinderella

    The Toms River High School South Theatre Guild will present Rodgers and Hammerstein's beloved fairy tale musical, Cinderella, in the school’s cafetorium on Feb 28th - March 2nd. Showtime is 7 p.m. and tickets are $10.
  • Toms River Green Team Poseidon Speaker Series to Feature TRRS's Own Dr. Natangara

    The Toms River Green Team in partnership with Toms River Regional Schools is continuing the Poseidon Academy TRUST Speaker Series in 2019. Dr. Marc Natanagara will speak 7 p.m. Feb. 19 on “What Sustainability Means in Our Schools."
  • District Joins Lawsuit to Oppose Bill S2

    Toms River Regional Schools has joined an alliance of school districts, municipalities, and tax payers to actively oppose the devastating financial impact caused by the reduction of state aid resulting from P.L. 2018, Chapter 67, otherwise known as S2.
  • Toms River Voters Approve Rebuilding Our Schools Initiative

    Referendum passes by more than 2,100 votes.
  • Toms River Regional Robotics Teams Host Competition

    ROBOTICS EVENT POSTPONED TO JAN 27 DUE TO WEATHER FORECAST! Our four Toms River Robotics Teams from High Schools East, North, and South and Intermediate North will both host and compete at the FIRST Robotics event at the RWJBarnabas Health Arena. The public is invited! For more information, go to newjerseyftc.com or click below.
  • Elementary Report Card & Progress Report Calendar - Updated!

    January 14, 2019 -- Please click to view the updated elementary report card & progress report calendar for 2018-2019.
  • Elementary Report Card & Progress Report Calendar

    January 2, 2019 -- Please click to view the elementary report card & progress report calendar for 2018-2019.
  • Ocean County Prosecutor's Office Hosts Anti-Bullying Forum Nov. 15

    "UNBREAKABLE" is a forum against bullying featuring Marie Unanue, Richie Sambora, and others presented by the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office. The event takes place Nov. 15 at RWJBarnabas Health Arena, and FREE tickets are available at www.rwjbarnabashealtharena.com. For more information, view the attached flyer.
  • Hooper Ave Celebrates Unity Day

    Unity Day celebrates kindness, acceptance, and inclusion, and is a unified stance against bullying.
  • Schools Celebrate Respect Week

    Variety of themes and activities Oct. 1-5
  • Nominations Now Open for the 2019 Academic Hall of Fame

    The Academic Hall of Fame is a prestigious honor for those showing academic, personal, and social success as a graduate of Toms River Regional Schools.

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Our Story

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