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  • OurStory
    Toms River Regional Publishes Booklet of District Feats, Goals
    The document is entitled “Our Story,” and it provides a first-hand account of district happenings over recent years in the context of its storied history, and is structured in chapters with a K-12 theme.
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    New Space at High School North to Be Unveiled Sept. 27
    The furniture for the new Active Learning Center at High School North was installed by dancker over the summer, the teachers utilizing the new the space were trained in its use, and since the beginning of the 2017-18 school year, students have been utilizing and learning in the new space. Now, we’re ready for the big reveal!
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  • TR4TX
    District to Lend Support to Hurricane Harvey Victims
    With a theme of “From one community to another,” Toms River Regional Schools has enacted plans to assist victims of Hurricane Harvey, the storm that has ravaged Southeast Texas and the surrounding areas.
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  • B2S
    Back to School!
    Toms River Regional students returned to school September 5, well rested after summer and ready to take on the 2017-2018 school year.
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  • DCO
    District Teams with Maser, DCO and CDI for Infrastructure Upgrades
    On behalf of the Toms River Board of Education, Superintendent of Schools David Healy is pleased to announce that Toms River Regional School District has approved the team of Maser, DCO Energy and CDI to implement a self-funding, budget-neutral, capital improvement Energy Savings Improvement Project (ESIP) to upgrade infrastructure in the district.
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  • SusNJ
    District Awarded Sustainable Jersey for Schools Grant
    Toms River Regional is one of thirty schools and districts in New Jersey to receive a Sustainable Jersey for Schools Small Grant funded by the New Jersey Department of Health in this funding cycle. Funding in the amount of $4k will support the purchase of mobile food carts in line with the district’s proposed Mobile Breakfast Academy, which will bring grab-and-go breakfast options directly to high school students getting off the bus and arriving from the parking lot.
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    Best High Schools in America
    Congratulations to Toms River High School North for being awarded a Silver Medal in US News and World Report's ranking of the Best High Schools in America. The Best High Schools rankings compared schools using a number of factors including enrollment, graduation rates, diversity, participation in free and reduced-price lunch programs, and the results of state assessments and Advanced Placement tests.
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    Toms River High School East Robotics Club Receives $1000 Grant from Staples
    Toms River High School East’s Robotics Club has been awarded $1000 by Staples Foundation, the private charitable arm of Staples, Inc., through a program called 2 Million & Change that provides more than $2 million in donations each year.
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    Active Learning Center Installed at High School North
    After months of planning and preparation, Toms River Regional Schools welcomed crews from dancker to the campus of High School North for the highly anticipated installation of furniture and learning tools that will transform a classroom at the school into a new Active Learning Center.
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    Congratulations!
    Congratulations to HS South students who placed 19th in the Introduction to Business National FBLA Competition in California.
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    Trains to Become a Citizen Scientist
    HS South ASR student Rory Hogan identifies macro invertebrates from Long Swamp Creek as he trains to become a citizen scientist for the Barnegat Bay Partnership.
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    Toms River School Board Issues Editorial
    The following editorial issued by Toms River Regional Schools Board of Education was released as a letter to the editor June 27, 2017 in reference to the state's recently proposed funding plan, and in response to a commentary in support of that plan.
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    2017 TRRS Retirees
    Congratulations to all 81 Toms River Regional Schools retirees.
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    Boy Scouts of America
    The Board recognized High School North students, Robert Crawford and Devin Leadbeater for attaining the rank of EAGLE SCOUT. The Board commends their dedication to the scouting program and to the community they serve. They have successfully completed all the requirements for Scouting's highest rank.
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  • Full Day Kinderagrten
    Important Reminder To Parents/guardians Of Incoming Kindergarten Students
    If you have a child who will be turning 5 by October 1, 2017 and are planning to enroll in our full day kindergarten program, you must register by July 17, 2017. Any students registered after July 17, 2017 will not be guaranteed placement in their home school.
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    Indianific! 
    High School South AP Physics students designed and built a canoe. The students successfully made their way down the river!
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  • Empty desks
    Rally in Trenton June 22 postponed
    Senate President Steve Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto announced a budget plan last week that will cut $3.3 million from Toms River Regional Schools. This budget would be catastrophic to our students, families, and taxpayers. Click Read More for information.
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    Toms River's 250th Anniversary
    Cedar Grove, Walnut Street and Washington Street Elementary schools visited Town Hall to participate in the Semiquincentennial Celebration.
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    "Stop the Drama"
    Students from Intermediate East presented their anti-bullying program: "Stop the Drama" to members of the District's Super Safe Schools committee. Math teacher and advisor, Ms. Kristen Krusieski, said the group writes their own plays that reduce the physical, cyber and verbal aspects of bullying in schools.
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  • ISS Patch Winner
    Stockton University ISS Patch Winner
    Congratulations to Achilles Emnace, his design was selected from over 100 designs submitted in the K-12 category at Stockton University. The patch design will accompany the scientific payload of student experiments from Stockton, for Mission 11 of the SSEP to the International Space Station. After spending 4-6 weeks orbiting the earth, the patch will be returned to Intermediate North for display.
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  • Intermediate Teachers of the Year
    Intermediate Teachers of the Year
    All 3 teachers of the year this year at the intermediate level were from the Science Department! A Science Trifecta! Pictured are Dr. Sylvia Piznik (IE), Mrs. Susan George-Horn (IS), and Mrs. Toni Hirschfeld (IN) ."
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    Big Read
    High School North students are getting a jump on their summer reading. Toms River Regional Schools is one of 75 not-for-profit organizations to receive a grant to host a "Big Read" project between September 2017 and June 2018.
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    Teen Arts Festival
    High School East Junior Tyler Sacko was awarded a $1,000 scholarship for his participation in the Teen Arts Festival. He is proficient in both viola and piano. Pictured is Tyler playing at the Festival.
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    Fantastic!
    Special congratulations to senior Christine Apostolico! Christine recently achieved a perfect score of 36 on the ACT. She was also named as a candidate to be a United States Presidential Scholar. Christine will be attending Stevens Institute of Technology in the fall as a member of the Pinnacle Scholars Program. She will be majoring in Chemical Engineering.
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    WOBM $1,000 Scholarship
    TRN Senior Joseph Elmo was randomly selected as this year's recipient of the WOBM/Gateway Toyota Student of the Week $1000 scholarship. Joseph's name was drawn live on 92.7 WOBM this morning from the 38 weekly honorees. 
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    Congratulations!
    Two High School North juniors were honored for their outstanding achievement in science and math. Phoebe Payba (right) earned the Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science award and Scholarship presented by the University of Rochester. Olivia Scro earned the Rensselaer Medal and Scholorship presented by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
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    Hoops for Hannah
    After having an outstanding basketball season when the TRN boys and girls team combined for over 50 wins, the players took to the court one last time before graduation to play in a charity fundraiser, "Hoops for Hannah", at the Pine Belt Arena. Mike Nyistor, Mike Husni, Sean O'Donnell and Ashley Tutzauer said they were happy to participate for such a worthy cause to help a fellow student.
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    Indianific!
    Toms River HS South congratulates James Geresy and Sean Ryan as they prepare to attend NJ Boys State 2017.
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    Field Day @ HSE
    High School East celebrated our National School of Character recognition on Friday with a Field Day hosted by our Character Club. Special guests of the celebration were Julie Peterson, aide to Congressman Tom Mac'Arthur, State Assemblyman Gregory McGuckin, State Senator James Holzapfel, Councilman Moe Hill, Superintendent David Healy and Asst. Superintendent John Coleman.
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    NYC Genome Center
    Authentic Science Research Students from High Schools South & North attended a talk at the NYC Genome center.
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    Black Hawk Lands @ HSN
    Ms. Danielle Stolz, the advisor for the Toms River North military club, made a arrangements for a Blackhawk helicopter to land on the front lawn of High School North.
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    Congratulations!
    Matt DeRiggi, who received the "Above and Beyond Award", was one of 118 recipients at the 2017 Senior Scholarship Award Ceremony at the Pine Belt Arena. One-Hundred and ninety one scholarships totaling $211,270.00 were awarded to the Toms River North seniors.
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    Career Day @ STRE
    South Toms River Elementary held a Career Day on May 10, 2017 and June 8, 2017.
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    Sign Letter of Intent
    Congratulations to TRN's Jaden Rhoden on signing his letter of intent to Assumption College in Massachusetts.
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    Jar of Hope
    Mr. Jim Raffone from the "Jar of Hope" charity fund came to Toms River North and spoke to the freshman class to raise awareness about Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.
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    Rutgers Waksman Student Scholars Forum
    Janelle Jean-Louis presented her poster Apartic Proteinase Nepehthesin-1 at Rutgers University's Waksman Student Scholars Forum. Janelle isolated DNA from Landoltia Punctata (Duckweed). The DNA she isolated coded for Apartic Proteinase Nepehthesin-1 which speeds up nitrogen up take for plants.
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    East Honors Athletes
    High School East honors 3-sport athletes for the 2016-2017 school year. A special congratulations to Josh Leprise for winning 12 consecutive varsity letters.
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    Super Jazz Band
    Band directors: Mr. George Powers (North), Ms. Nichole Delnero (South) and Ms. Jessica Sanford (East) collaborated and assembled a "Super Jazz Band" that performed at the Toms River Schools Jazz concert.
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    Summer Read @ HSE
    Thank you to the Ocean County Library Teen Services for hosting a "Summer Read" lecture at High School East.
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    HSE Band Festival
    High School East hosted a Band Festival on June 2, 2017. HSE welcomed student musicians from Intermediate East, Cedar Grove, and East Dover. Approximately 240 future Raiders were present and performed songs, participated in carnival games, and had concessions.
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    HSN Students of the Month
    Congratulations to Mariner seniors, Matthew Glassoff and Madyson Reilly for being selected as "Students of the Month" for June!
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    HSE National Honor Society
    Congratulations to the forty-six students inducted into the National Honor Society at High School East on June 1, 2017.
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    Go Mariners!
    Congratulations to the High School North Mariners on capturing the Shore Conference tournament baseball championship with a 5-0 victory over RBC at FirstEnergy Park.
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    Summer Reading
    High School South students meet with representatives from the Ocean County Library to assist in selecting the perfect summer read selections.
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    Senior Scholarship Awards
    Congratulations to all the High School East recipients who were recognized at the Senior Scholarship Awards Ceremony on May 31, 2017.
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    HSN Spring Chorus Concert
    Mr. Loeffler conducts the High School North Chorus in last night's spring chorus concert featuring senior soloists.
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    HSS Robotics Team
    High School South's Robotics Team, Voltron, celebrated a successful first year. We would like to thank The Grunin Foundation for their support of this program.
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    Indianific!
    High School South celebrated the class of 2017 with our Annual Senior Scholarship Awards Ceremony. 107 seniors received scholarships from the community.
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    HSN Prom
    The HSN Class of 2017 held their prom over the weekend at the Pines Manor in Edison NJ. Class Advisors, Ms. Dana Oleske and Valerie Mackin orchestrated a magnificent evening with everyone looking their very best.
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    Peer Leadership Training
    High School East peer leaders planned and facilitated activities that promoted team building, problem solving, and communication throughout the training.
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    Prom Night
    Congratulations to HSE advisers Jenn Fazzini and Matt Cicalese for all their efforts coordinating the Senior Prom and ensuring the evening was special for all the attendees.
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    SAT Honor Roll Breakfast
    An awards ceremony was held to commend those students who made the SAT Honor Roll at HSE. Principal Pat Thomas hosted the ceremony with special guest, Board Member Robert Onofrietti, Jr.
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    STRE New Garden
    Mr. Phander's STRE 3rd grade class began growing their plants in their classroom. BOE Member Mrs. Esparza and students transplanted the plants outside in "STRE New Garden".
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    Project Child Find
    An informational open house for families of children, ages 3 to 5, who are concerned about their child’s development or suspect that their child might have problem learning.
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    Good Luck in the States!
    Congratulations to girls track team members, Jade Tricomy (1st place 3200), Madyson Reilly (6th place 3200), and Michelle Greenstein (3rd place 200, 4th place 400) for their performances last weekend at the Shore Conference Championships.
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    Congratulations!
    High School South celebrated their Valedictorian Hannah Morgan, Salutatorian Kristen Parks, and Teacher of the Year Ms. Candy Blake as they are honored at the 29th Annual Superintendents' Roundtable Recognition Breakfast.
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    Indianific!
    Congratulations to the 408 HS South students who have been recognized for academic excellence at the 34th annual Academic Awards Program.
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    HSS National Honor Society
    The HS South Indian Chapter of the National Honor Society celebrated the 71st year by inducting 40 new members into the society.
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    Memorial Day Parade
    Memorial Day Parade is on Monday, May 29 at 9:30 AM on Main Street to Town Hall.
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    Beach Safety
    Dr. Hession, President of the local USLA Chapter presented a beach safety program to HS South students.
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    Field of Dreams Fundraiser
    Gavin Kane threw out the first pitch at the Blue Claws game to kick off the the Field of Dreams fundraiser. There was an outpouring of community support to help raise money to build a baseball field in Toms River for all the children with special needs.
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    Academic Hall of Fame
    The Toms River Regional Schools Hall of Fame inducted the following alumni on Sunday, May 21, 2017.
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    Shore Conference Sportsmanship Breakfast
    On Sunday, May 21, 90 athletes from Ocean and Monmouth County participated in the Shore Conference Sportsmanship Breakfast held at the Pine Belt Arena.
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    HSE Community Service Breakfast
    High School East students were honored at an awards breakfast for their efforts in helping our community. Principal Pat Thomas hosted the event with special guest Board Member, Robert Onofrietti, Jr. The students combined total for the 2016-2017 school year was over 2,788 hours of community service.
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  • Iron Mariners outside Hangar 1 at NAVAIR Lakehurst
    Iron Mariners Experience Past, Present, and Future
    Winning HSN Iron Mariners robotics team toured NAVAIR in Lakehurst (site of the Hindenburg hangar), learning about history, the mission, high tech, and STEM careers. Thanks to mentor Gino Sciorilli for creating the opportunity, and teacher advisors Kyle Seiverd and Nicole Rapolla for their leadership.
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    Field of Dreams
    High School North International Thespian Society Troupe #7455 recently hosted a paper Baseball Sale for the Kane Family's . In one week, they were able to raise $400 for this great cause!
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    Roots & Shoots
    "Roots & Shoots, HSN'S conservation club, hosted a lecture to staff and students by Dr.Eric Dinerstein, a HSS alumnus. Dr. Dinerstein is a former chief scientist with the World Wildlife Fund, has conducted studies of tigers and continues to lead conservation projects with "RESOLVE", a biodiversity and wildlife solutions program for large mammals. His current research focuses on greater-one horned rhinos and elephants. He has published numerous books, of which "What Elephants Know" and "The Kingdom of Rarities".
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    Literary Festival @ HSN
    Mr. Reynolds, an AP English teacher at High School North, hosted the annual literary festival where the students donned the apparel and personalities of their favorite characters in English literature. A banquet, performances and musical entertainment was enjoyed by all in attendance.
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    Go Raiders!
    Congratulations to High School East for being recognized as a National School of Character.
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    Students Learning About Various Reptiles
    Ocean County Parks and Recreation staff from Cattus Island County Park brought various reptiles including several turtles and a snake to visit Mr. Vernachio's classes at High School North. Students were able to learn about the adaptations that characterize these animals and how they survive in their environments.
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    Rising Star Award
    Congratulations to sophomore Yna Tresvalles for her honorable mention for Best Supporting Actress as "Ava" in HS North's musical, Bring It On! This is the first ever student award from Papermill Playhouse’s Rising Star Awards for High School North.
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    Go Mariners!
    Congratulations to the High School North Boys Track Team on capturing the 2017 Ocean County Team Championship.
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    Bring Your Child To Work Day
    Mrs. Janine Hatton, Teacher at High School East, celebrates "Bring Your Child To Work Day" with her daughters.
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    Bring Your Child To School Day
    High School North Coaches Mahon, Frazier and Gillen had enough to assemble a complete basketball team on "Bring Your Child To School Day."
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    HSN Staff Member of the Month
    The Junior class at High School North were thrilled to learn that their Assistant Principal, Mr. Kevin Raylman, was selected as "Staff Member of the Month".
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  • Teacher Appreciation Day at HSE
    Teacher Appreciation Day at HSE
    Toms River High School East celebrated the wonderful efforts of our teachers as part of our Teacher Appreciation Day. Thank you to Thompson Health Care for providing food and support of our staff!
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    Deaf Awareness Month
    The students and staff at High School North are busy promoting "Deaf Awareness Month" with bulletin boards and creative displays throughout the month.
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    Signed Letter of Intent
    Congratulations to High School North senior, Madyson Reilly for being accepted to George Mason University in the fall. She signed a letter of intent to run cross country and track for the Patriots on a scholarship. Madyson had an outstanding four years academically and set the school record for the indoor 1600 meters!
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    Congratulations!
    Cam Dineen, a senior at High School North, has just signed a contract to play professional hockey. Cam was drafted by the Arizona Coyotes in the third round (68th overall) in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft. It should be noted that he was named to the OHL's first all-rookie team and finished tied for second in voting for OHL rookie of the year!
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    School Lunch Hero Day
    Principal Keller had a good reason to honor our cafeteria workers on School Lunch Hero Day (May 5th). During the weeks of PARCC testing in the cafeteria, the "Lunch Ladies" were able to perform all of their duties preparing lunch while maintaining absolute silence to ensure the student test takers were not distracted. Thank you to all our cafeteria workers for doing an outstanding job throughout the entire school year.
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    Teacher Appreciation Week
    It was a fun week at High School North where students showed their appreciation to all their favorite teachers.
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  • Football
    Pros vs Heroes Charity Flag Football Game
    Mark you calendar, invite your friends and family, this is a game you don't want to miss! Watch as our Toms River police officers battle the NFL Pros in a family fun, flag football game on the beach. The field is just north of Casino Pier on the beach in Seaside Heights.
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  • Opiate and Heroin Forum
    Opiate and Heroin Forum - Thursday, May 4th
    Resource fair from over 25 organizations beginning at 6:00 pm at the Toms River Branch of the Ocean County library. Panel discussion starts at 6:30 pm. followed by a Q & A.
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    Rising Stars
    Congratulations to the cast and crew of High School North's musical production of "Bring It On" who received 51 nominations and 11 perfect scores from Papermill Playhouse's Rising Star Awards! The director, Ms. Carolyn Little, would like to thank everyone who came out to see the show.
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    HSE Academic Challenge Team
    Congratulations to the High School East Academic Challenge Team for winning the finals of the Dan Kochis History Invitational at Donovan Catholic.
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    Deaf Awareness Week
    High School North HS recognized Ms. Leslie Scott on "Interpreter Appreciation Day." Pictured with Ms. Scott is American Sign Language (ASL) club member Angelica Perez signing "I love you" while they prepare the bulletin board to promote "Deaf Awareness Week".
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    HSS Senior Parent Night
    HS South Assistant Principal, Mr. Oberti met with Senior Parents to explain senior events and the importance of prom safety.
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    Signed Letter on Intent
    HS South congratulates Taylor Roncin as she signs to attend the University of Tampa. Taylor is the recipient of a generous academic and athletic scholarship.
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    Congratulations!
    TRHS North ASR student Nicolette Carbonetto was 1 of 226 students nationwide to present in the National Junior Science and Humanities Symposium in San Diego, CA last week.
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    Autism Awareness Month
    In honor of autism awareness month the students of STRE each colored a puzzle piece. They created a tree to show autism awareness is growing in our school. Special thanks to Mr. Cox and Ms. Waller for helping put the tree together.
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    Happy Teachers Appreciation Week
    North Dover celebrates their Superhero Teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week!
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    HSN Arbor Day
    The "Roots and Shoots" club at High School North celebrated Arbor Day by planting four trees in front of the school. Trees that were felled by Super-storm Sandy were replaced with Crape Myrtles and Dogwood.
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    "Spirit of the Indian"
    High School South "Spirit of the Indian" Award Ceremony was held on Thursday evening to honor students who have demonstrated Indianific character traits throughout the school year.
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    Congratulations!
    Congratulations to HSE Junior Gianna Perez for being the 2017 Delegate for American Legion Girl's State being held at Georgian Court University.
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    Indianific!
    High School South is proud to celebrate Willow Wahlers as she signs to attend The Ohio State University to continue her rowing career.
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    Congratulations!
    High School South AP Calculus students congratulate Mrs. Mary Highton who has been selected by students to be the HS South C&G Country Café Teacher of the Month for April.
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    College Kick-Off Fair
    The Captain's crew from Toms River North HS were on hand to help host the 3rd annual Spring College Kick-Off Fair at the Pine Belt Arena. Sponsored by the Ocean County Personnel and Guidance Association (OCPGA), parents were invited to meet with up to 100 colleges, tech schools and the Military. Also included was a financial Aid workshop.
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    HSN Senior Parent Night
    Principal Edward Keller hosted a "Senior Parent Night" at Toms River North H.S. and emphasized all the major points to ensure a dignified graduation and wonderful prom. You could feel the excitement in the air as we are now only eight weeks away from when the seniors will embark on their new journey.
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    Mariner Science Students
    Ally Winters placed 3rd in the 12th grade Medicine and Health category. Joe Signorelli placed 3rd in the 12th-grade Computer Science category and Isabella Onofrietti placed 2nd in the 9th-grade Microbiology. Congratulations!
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    "Science Matters"
    High School South Authentic Science Research Students attended the "Science Matters" Symposium at Iona College in NY to support the March for Science and Earth Day. Students dissected Cow eyeballs and made nylon.
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    Indianific!
    Congratulations to HS South's Jazz Band, Maroon Fusion on their performance in the Jackson Liberty Jazz Festival this past Saturday! Hayden Lovinfosse took home the Soloist Award for Toms River South, and Mackenzie Meyh won an Overall Outstanding Soloist Award. You can see Maroon Fusion perform this Friday night at their alumni concert at 7pm in the cafeteria at HS South.
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    Earth Day Clean-Up
    Fifth grade students at West Dover participated in their annual Earth Day Clean-Up on the school grounds.
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    Congratulations!
    High School South celebrates Kristen Parks as she signs to attend Cornell University to continue her studies of Government.
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    Ocean County Girl's Golf Championship
    Congratulations to Toms River North HS Girl’s Golf team on winning their 3rd consecutive Ocean County Championship! Junior Michaila Cheung finished 1st with an 83. Junior Amanda Perez shot an 85 and finished 2nd. Senior Ali Winters finished 3rd with a 97.
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    HSS Student Signs Letter of Intent
    High School South congratulates Todd Stueber as he signs to continue his education and track career at the University of Connecticut.
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    Congratulations!
    High School South congratulates Ethan Lucas as he signs his letter of intent to attend Monmouth University. Ethan received a generous scholarship to study business and continue his swimming career.
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  • USA Today Community Thrives
    Students Compete for $100k to Combat Addiction
    HSE staff and students worked with non-profit Hope Sheds Light, the Ocean County Prosecutors Office, RWJ/Barnabas, Community Medical Center,Toms River Police, central admin, and the Mayor’s Office to create a video entry to win $100k from USA Today. Now we need to get out the votes! Put the link on your calendar for every day until May 12—and tell all your colleagues, classmates, friends, and acquaintances.
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    HSN Alumni In the Big Leagues
    Mark Leiter, Jr., a 2009 Toms River High School North graduate was called up by the Philadelphia Phillies on April 18, 2017.
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    Congratulations!
    Ryan Roger, a senior at Toms River North HS, signed a letter of intent to attend the University of Rhode Island in the fall. After having an outstanding four years both academically and athletically, Ryan received a scholarship to be a member of the Ram's track and field team. Ryan is the Shore Conference champion in the shot put and plans on majoring in business.
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    A Colorful Adventure
    HSN is having an interactive staged reading on April 20-22, 2017.
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    Go Mariners!
    Congratulations High School North Girls Golf Team for winning the 2017 Ocean County Tournament Champions.
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    Indianific!
    Congratulations High School South Indians for winning the Best Mascot on the Jersey Shore Contest.
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    IgniteSTEM 2017
    High School South students Dan Gural and Caroline Fairhurst attended the IgniteSTEM 2017 conference at New York University.
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    The Commemoration Event
    Toms River High School South World Affairs, Political and Legal Education and Work Civilization Students enthusiastically attended Ocean County's commemoration of the United States' entry into World War I on Thursday, April 6, at the Ocean County Courthouse in downtown Toms River. The Commemoration event was organized by the Ocean County Freeholders and County Historical Commission and marked the Centennial of this momentous historic event. South Students joined local historians, musicians and civil leaders to honor and commemorate the occasion.
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    HSS Welcomed MSU
    HS South welcomed the Montclair State University Wind Symphony to perform for students. MSU was selected to perform at the Eastern States Music Conference in Atlantic City.
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    World Premiere of "Animal Tales"
    This was a first time ever performance; a world premiere! It featured thirty-six Toms River Schools students. The student singers were accompanied by the professionals of the Garden State Philharmonic orchestra. The concert was held at the Jay and Linda Grunin Center for the Arts at Ocean County College.
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    Most Outstanding Soloist Award
    Congratulations to HS South Chorus for their performances in the Music City Classic Competition in Nashville, Tennessee. South's Women's Choir and Madrigal Choir brought home first places and our Concert Choir brought home a second place. Jade Kehr was awarded the most Outstanding Soloist award.
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    Indianific!
    Congratulations to HS South Band for their Indianific performances in the Music City Classic Competition in Nashville, Tennessee. The Wind Ensemble took home a First Place in the Category 3 Concert Band Competition and Lea Carballo, flute player, was selected as the Outstanding Soloist in the instrumental soloist competition. Pictured is director Ms. Delnero and drum majors.
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  • Sacko
    Congratulations!
    Congratulations to High School East's Tyler Sacko for being accepted into the All State Honors Chamber Ensemble!
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    Music for Change Concert 
    Laela Butow, a sophomore at Toms River North HS, rocks the electric violin at last night's "Music For Change" concert. This annual chorus fundraiser donates the money to the Frances Foundation for Kids fighting cancer. Chorus director, Mr. Loeffler would like to thank everyone for attending and making this year's concert a spectacular success!
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    Outstanding!
    HS South ASR senior Caroline Fairhurst placed 2nd in the Medicine and Health category in the General Poster Session of the South Jersey Junior Science Symposium at OCC today. Her research is titled: Nicotinamide Riboside, an NAD+ precursor, shown to decrease paralysis in transgenic C. elegans modeling Alzheimer’s Disease.
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    Congratulations!
    Congratulations to HSN ASR student Ethan Liou for placing 3rd in the American Water Works Association NJ State Water Filter Contest in Atlantic City. Ethan competed against college undergraduates and designed a filter to take sediment out of water samples.
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    Field of Dreams
    Lauren Fluck, a senior at Toms River North, shows Mr. Chris Kane the conceptual model she created to help realize Mr. Kane's dream. That is, to create an experience for every special needs child and their family to enjoy a day in the park. The field will be utilized throughout the year by YMCA programs, community events and for the spring and fall special needs baseball seasons.
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    FBLA Intro to Business Presentations 
    Congratulations to HS South FBLA students Vivian Touch and Lauren Pellegrino. This team placed 4th in the NJFBLA Intro to Business Presentations Competition in Atlantic City. They will represent South at the National Competition in Anaheim, California.
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    ASFA Students Read to Elementary Schools
    HS South's Association of Students for Africa (ASFA) read African Folktales to West Dover and Beachwood Elementary K-2nd grade students last week.
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    Girls State Program
    Congratulations to Lauren Murphy, a junior at High School North, who has been selected to represent the Mariners in the Girls State Program sponsored by the American Legion Auxillary. ALA Girls State is a unique and exciting government-in-action learning program in which American Legion Auxiliary members guide young women to become knowledgeable stewards of freedom, democracy and patriotic citizens. Pictured with Lauren is her American History teacher, Ms. Ashley Cranston.
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    Indianific!
    HS South congratulates FBLA Advisor, Ms. Drackwicz and our FBLA Team for representing South at the 75th NJFBLA Convention in Atlantic City.
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    Congratulations!
    HS South congratulates Alexander DeGoey, bass player who has been accepted into the New Jersey State Honors Chamber Orchestra.
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    Congratulations!
    Daniel Benishti, a senior at Toms River North HS signed a letter of intent to attend Montclair State University in the Fall. Dan, a two year starter for the Mariner football team, was part of an offensive line that set a school record for total yards rushing. He will continue his football career playing offensive and defensive line for the Red Hawks.
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    Makerfest Activities at HSS
    Students at High School South participated in Maker Fest activities with Emily Mazzoni from the OC Library, Mrs. Walsh, Media Specialist, and Mrs. Krupinski, Art Teacher.
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    HSS Makerfest Celebration
    Members of the Toms River South Robotics Team displayed their robot at our Maker Fest celebration.
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  • Thompson Healthcare
    Stress Management
    Thompson Healthcare visited Beachwood Elementary to teach students about managing stress. Students learned how healthy eating, adequate exercise, proper posture, some laughter, and various breathing techniques can help reduce stress levels and help kids lead healthier lives. Thank you, Thompson Healthcare!
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    2017 MVP Shore Basketball
    Congratulations to Jaden Rhoden, a senior at Toms River North HS for being selected as the Most Valuable Player of the Shore Basketball Coaches Senior All Star Game.
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    Congratulations!
    George Psaradakis, a senior at Toms River North High School, signed a letter of intent to attend Ursinus College in the fall. George is a standout on the Mariner Track and Field team and received a large stipend to throw shot put and hammer for the Grizzly Bears. George earned outstanding grades throughout his four years and North and would like to pursue his education by majoring in finance with a minor in business.
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    Jersey Shore Science Fair
    Congratulations to all the high school students who participated in the Jersey Shore Science Fair.
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    Indianific!
    Congratulations to High School South student, Meghan Blonder for being selected as the delegate to NJ Girls State 2017.
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    Students Visit the ACUA
    AP Environmental students from Mr. Vernachio's classes at HS North and HS East braved the cold as they saw first hand alternative energy resources at work in a recent trip to the Atlantic County Utilities Authority Wind Farm, the only commercial wind farm currently in NJ. They also learned how our wastewater and solid waste are taken care of.
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  • LATIC
    Career Academies
    Teachers from all three high schools are preparing for the Career Academies by training in LATIC: learner-active, technology infused classrooms. They are creating Authentic Learning Units. These interdisciplinary units will provide students with choice as they learn course content from a real-world problem related to the Career Academy they are attending.
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    Great Job!
    Congratulations to the Political and Legal Education students for their outstanding performance at New Jersey Model Congress on March 16-17 at Rider University. Students passed 6 bills in committee and 3 bills in overall session. They also earned 2 party leadership positions, 2 committee chair positions and the overall Speaker of the House.
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    Congratulations!
    Toms River North won Stockton's Computer Programming Competition. Seniors Kate Kennelly, Joe Signorelli, and Matt Signorelli placed 1st out of 44 teams. The team finished all 7 problems with 40 minutes left in the competition. North's computer programming teacher, Camille Anne Corrado was particularly thrilled with the win.
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    HSE Student Signs Letter of Intent
    Congratulations to High School East senior softball player Nicole August for her acceptance to compete at Alvernia University in the fall.
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    T.E.A.M Students
    T.E.A.M. students from TRNHS partnered with West Dover Elementary School on the traditional class trip to Shop-Rite Supermarket. Stationed throughout the store, T.E.A.M. provided the elementary students with nutritional tips and taught them problem solving skills. Junior Matthew Koerner rated it a big success, "We do it for the kids". Special thanks to West Dover Principal, Michael Pallen for organizing this fun event.
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    NJEA School Spirit Award
    Intermediate South teacher, Mrs. Maureen Moriarity was awarded the B98.5 NJEA School Spirit Award. Mrs. Moriarity is an exceptionally dedicated and enthusiastic paraprofessional who is always positive, energetic, and inspirational to her students. Congratulations!
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  • Raiders on the Rise
    Raiders on the Rise
    This month's Raiders on the Rise program has graduate Nicole Vernachio talking about her time at High School East and her career as a naturalist at Cattus Island Park.
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    "Charming Chic"
    Congratulations to HSN junior Marissa Yoo for winning a regional award in the 2017 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards presented by the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers. Marissa received a Gold Key Award for her story, "Charming Chic" in the Science Fiction/Fantasy category. In receiving this award, Marissa qualified for national review. Pictured with Marissa is her English teacher, Mrs. Vargas.
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  • AJ Meyers
    Wrestling Championships
    Congratulations to A.J. Meyers for winning the District Wrestling Championships, 3rd place in the Regionals and 5th place overall in States. This High School East senior will be going to Columbia University in the Fall on an athletic/academic scholarship. We are proud of you A.J.
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    STRE Receives a Donation 
    The CEO and President of First Financial Bank, Issa Stephan, presents South Toms River Elementary School with a check for $500. The funds will be used to support programs for Children in Arts, as well as, College and Career Planning.
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    "Coming Up for AIR"
    For the second year in a row High School South's freshman class attended a presentation called "Coming up for AIR", which aims to educate students about mental health disorders and suicide prevention.
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    HSN Musical "Bring It On"
    High School North's musical opens Thursday night at 7:00 pm. This year's production of "Bring It On" promises to be one of the all time best performances hosted by the Mariners. Additional shows are scheduled for Friday and Saturday at 7:00 pm. Tickets will be available at the box office located in the main lobby at HSN.
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    Congratulations!
    Principal Ed Keller congratulates Calleigh McGinley and Darrion Carrington for being recognized as "Students of the Month" at High School North.
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    Indianific!
    High School South is proud to recognize Matthew Buccella and Lauren Zelenak for being the March Seniors of the Month.
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    Thank You!
    High School South appreciates the donation from Jersey Mikes Subs in the Toms River Plaza.
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  • Toms River Regional School District
    NJ Department of Education Single Accountability Continuum (NJQSAC)
    Congratulations to the Toms River Regional School District for being designated by the New Jersey Department of Education as a high performing school district and certified as providing a thorough and efficient system of education.
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  • SJCDA Elementary Choral Festival
    34th Annual SJCDA Elementary Choral Festival
    On Saturday, March 4, 2017, 12 students from Hooper Ave and Walnut Street participated in the 34th Annual SJCDA Elementary Choral Festival. The students were chosen by their choral teachers, Mrs. Simone and Mrs. Coe, because of their musical skill and enthusiasm in chorus. Mrs. Simone, Mrs. Coe and the students rehearsed before school and during recess time to prepare for this event. They all had a great time and gave a fantastic performance with over 150 other students from all over South Jersey!
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    Good Luck!
    High School North Boys and Girls basketball teams both advanced to the Group IV State Sectional Finals. The Girls will play Cherokee High School at 5 pm tonight in the old gym and the boys will go up against Shawnee High School on Tuesday (3/7) in the Pine Belt Arena. Advanced and limited tickets can be purchased through HSN Athletic Office.
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    Green Eggs and Ham!
    Mrs. Guzzi's class at South Toms River Elementary celebrated "Read Across America" by making Green Eggs and Ham.
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    HSN Blood Drive
    The National Honor Society hosted a blood drive in response to the critically low blood supplies in our hospitals. TRN senior, Douglas Pentifallo was one of the many students who donated blood. Douglas will be shipping out after graduation to Paris Island as an elite member of our Marine Corp. Semper Fi!
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    Congratulations!
    Congratulations to HSN ASR student Ethan Liou for placing 2nd in the American Water Works Association Water Filter Contest. Ethan designed a filter to take sediment out of water samples. He has won $200 and now moves onto the regional competition in Atlantic City.
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  • State School of Character
    High School East designated as 'State School of Character'
    The New Jersey Alliance for Social, Emotional and Character Development (NJASECD) recently identified High School East as State School of Character. East was recognized for their commitment to pursuing excellence through positive school behavior. Students who are committed to respect, responsibility, trustworthiness, caring, fairness, and citizenship are more likely to achieve personal goals and to add value to their community. High School East accepts this recognition to signify their intent to create a culture of excellence through increased student and staff expectations and behavioral outcomes. They will remain in this status for a period of three years, through 2019. The score sheet was forwarded to Character.org in Washington, D.C. for consideration in the National Schools of Character program
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    Green Band Program
    Sam Denti, a 2003 graduate from HSN spoke to Health classes about the Green Band Program. Sam, who is a transplant recipient, is paying it forward by raising awareness about the importance of organ donations.
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    HSN S.A.D.D Program
    Calleigh McGinley, a senior at HSN and the president of S.A.D.D (Students Against Destructive Decisions), navigates a driving course with goggles that stimulate the effects of drinking and driving. The Ocean County Health Department sponsored "The 3 D'S: Drinking, Drugging and Driving" to promote awareness of the consequences driving under the influence.
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    Let's Go Lady Indians!
    Congratulations to HSS Lady Indian Cheerleader who brought home a National Title at the "Reach for the Beach Nationals" in Ocean City Maryland. They were also named as the High Score Team out of all non-tumble teams participating that day. They will be heading to States next weekend, good luck!
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    Proficient in Spanish & English
    Congratulations to Jennifer Martinez and Grace Medina for passing the Seal of Bi-literacy Exam. The passing of this test combined with their passing English Assessment scores indicates that they are proficient in both English and Spanish. There will be a seal on their high school diploma at graduation.
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    Congratulations!
    High School North Girls Bowling team won the South Jersey Group IV Sectional Championships.
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    Good Luck to the Scientific Mariners!
    Congratulations to HSN Authentic Science Research senior Nicolette Carbonetto for being the only Toms River student selected to do an oral presentation of her research at the Junior Science & Humanities Symposium hosted by Rutgers University. The oral PPT presentation is the highest level of competition at the symposium. Additionally, ASR seniors Christine Apostolico, Darrion Carrington, Stephanie Javier, Joe Signorelli and Matt Signorelli were chosen for the competitive poster board session at the JSHS.
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    Congratulations!
    Congratulations to High School South Senior Todd Stueber for winning the N.J.S.I.AA Group III State Shot Put Championship. Todd will now advance to the "Meet of Championships."
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    Black History Month
    To celebrate Black History Month, High School North students paid homage to some of the great African-American jazz musicians. Learning about jazz music is important because it is considered by many to be America's only true art form.
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    Go South!
    High School South celebrates Mr. Tim DeMarco and our six German students who received academic achievement awards in the highly competitive American Association of Teachers of German National Exam. Justin Wickes and Matthew Fischer received gold medals and Becky Vernachio received the silver medal for her third year.
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    Hoops 4 Heart
    HSE participated in Hoops 4 Heart on February 16th and 17th. East physical education teacher, Ed Goodman, coordinated the event and was able to successfully raise $1,400 for the American Heart Research Association.
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  • Seal of Biliteracy
    Seal of Biliteracy
    Congratulations to High School East's Seal of Biliteracy recipients, Jennifer Martinez and Grace Medina, pictured with their Spanish 5 teacher, Mrs. Jennifer Mika. The Seal of Biliteracy will appear on their high school diplomas. It acknowledges that they have achieved advanced proficiency in both Spanish and English.
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    North's Got Talent!
    The National Honor Society at High School North hosted a "North's Got Talent" cabaret with 16 show stopping numbers. The fundraiser was a huge success and everyone had a wonderful time. All proceeds were donated to the HSN Senior Memorial Scholarship Fund.
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    Indianific!
    High School South celebrates Coach Stratton and the Boys Bowling Team for being names NJSIAA Group 3 Sectional Champs.
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    Congratulations!
    High School South congratulates Mr. Powitz for the C&G Café Teacher of the Month for February.
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    "The Shock Heard Around Ocean County"
    The Board recognized High School North coaches Josh Huber and John DeMarco for their quick thinking as well as their certified training that led to saving the life of a Donovan Catholic student during a wrestling meet in Lakewood on January 4, 2017. We are proud of our coaches and the real reason for victory that evening. Pictured with coaches Josh Huber and John DeMarco is Board Member Christopher Raimann, HSN Athletic Coordinator Paul Barnoski, Superintendent David Healy and Board President Ben Giovine.
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    Student Scholars Program
    The Board recognized three high school students and their teachers for participating in the Waksman Student Scholar Program. The Waksman Student Scholars Program provides avenues for high school science teachers and students to participate in, contribute to and molecular biology research. These students had their DNA sequences published on the NCBI website, they have accomplished what no other student in our district has.
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    HSS Musical: 1776
    The performances are March 2-4, 2017. Don't miss out!
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    100 Days of Learning
    Hooper Kindergartners and their families celebrated the 100 days of learning!
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    Hoops for Hearts
    The TRN Physical Education Department sponsored this year's "Hoops for Hearts" fundraiser. All proceeds were donated to the American Heart Association and will help spread knowledge, advance research and help Americans live longer, stronger lives. Pictured is Joseph Gabbia who sank a half court shot earning himself a thunderous applause from the packed gym and a specially designed T-shirt.
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    Mariners Wrestling Ceremony
    The TRN wrestling team hosted a quad meet at the Pine Belt Arena where the seniors were recognized for all their dedication to the sport of wrestling during a senior night ceremony.
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    Design Studio at HSN
    Connor Strack, a senior at High School North, works on a project in Mr. Ryan's Design Studio Class. The class teaches students the basic science behind structural engineering. Then, you will learn how to bring your engineering concept to reality. Connor will be attending Seton Hall on a full scholarship after graduation.
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    Attitudes in Reverse
    The Junior health classes at HSN were assembled to hear a lecture given by Ms. Trisha Baker representing "Attitudes in Reverse" (AIR), a mental health education program. AIR members go into the community to educate about mental health and suicide prevention. With education comes understanding and empathy. If all of society understood the challenges of mental health issues, we would normalize the illness. increase compassion and lesson bullying. Ms. Baker brought along "Mickey" a therapy dog. Research has shown that the simple action of petting dogs releases good brain chemicals that allow us to relax and reduce stress.
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    Congratulations!
    Congratulations to HSS student Madison Meise for winning the Shore Conference High Jump Championship with a jump of 5'2. Madison also received the silver medal in the 55 meter hurdles with a time of 8.67 seconds.
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    National Ocean Science Bowl
    This Saturday, Poseidon Academy students advanced to the quarter finals of the Shore Bowl, the local chapter of the National Ocean Science Bowl. The event was held at Rutgers University in New Brunswick.
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    Go Raiders!
    HSE competition cheerleading team competed in the Battle of the Boardwalk, a national cheer and dance competition on February 4, 2017. The girls took first place in their division as well as the title of Grand Champion which means they earned the highest score out of all the high schools, middle schools and grade school in their category. Congratulations!
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    Go Mariners!
    Congratulations to TRN basketball players Jaden Rhoden, Darrion Carrington and Mike Nyzisztor on reaching career milestones.
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    Awesome!
    Congratulations to High School North senior Darrion Carrington pictured with his parents on getting 500 assists during his basketball career.
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    Congratulations Mariner!
    Kaitlyn Lysaght, a senior at High School North, signed a letter of intent to attend Lees McRae College in the fall. Kaitlyn received a scholarship to play soccer for the Bobcats and plans on graduating with a degree in Nursing. The Girls Soccer team had an outstanding season, finishing with an overall record of 20-3 and 13-1 in the conference.
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    HSS Student Signing Letter of Intent
    High School South congratulates Samantha LaBianca on signing her letter on intent to attend Kutztown University.
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    Congratulations!
    High School South congratulates Jenna Adcock as she signs her letter of intent to attend The Citadel.
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    Indianific!
    High School South proudly recognizes Ethan Lucas who won 1st place in the 50 and 100 meter freestyle races at the Ocean County Swim Championships. Congratulations!
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    Signs Letter of Intent
    High School South recognizes Taylor Dean as she signs her letter of intent to attend Caldwell University. Congratulations!
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    Congratulations!
    Congratulations to HSN seniors Darrion Carrington (Yale University), Bryce Watts (Virginia Tech) and Mike Husni (Marist University) on signing their National Letters of Intent to play football.
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    Hoops for Hope
    The Lady Mariners and the Jackson Jaguars basketball teams joined forces at the Pine Belt Arena and played a game to raise awareness about breast cancer. This year, all proceeds from the gate, concessions and merchandise were donated to the American Cancer Society. It was a fun night playing "Hoops for Hope" with true team spirit in play.
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    CIACC and School Collaboration
    HSE Principal Pat Thomas hosted a collaboration between the Children's Inter-Agency Coordinating Council (CIACC) and staff from TRRS that included Student Assistance Coordinators, Psychologist and Social Workers to review and discuss the systems of services for children with emotional and behavioral challenges. This will save public funds through diverting unnecessary out of home placements.
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    Congrats Mariners!
    Congratulations to HSN Boy's Track team for placing 3rd at this past weekend's Shore Conference Championships. Pictured is Senior Ryan Roger and Coach Jack Boylan. Rodger won the shot put with a throw of 57'11". This is the 5th longest throw of the season throughout the state. Senior Bryce Watts took 2nd in 55 meters with a time of this season.
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    1st Pine Belt Arena Engagement!
    High School North alumni Brielle Douress was shocked at last night's basketball game when her fiancé showed up as the TRN Mariner Mascot "Salty" and proposed to her at halftime. Congratulations!
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    Signs National Letter of Intent
    High School South is proud to recognize Emileigh Esposito as she signs her National Letter of Intent to attend Felician University. Emileigh is the recipient of a generous academic and athletic scholarship. Congratulations!
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    Congratulations!
    Congratulations to HSS teacher, Mr. Malek for being voted January C&G Country Café Teacher of the Month!
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    Filled with Stars
    Jennifer Huey, an Environment Science teacher at High School North, is standing by a portable planetarium. Once inside, the students are able to identify all of the constellations in our night sky. What a fun way to learn!
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    Horseshoe Crabs Awareness
    Mr. Seiverd, a biology teacher at High School North, is one of five teachers selected by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) to spearhead a program to raise awareness about the importance of Horseshoe Crabs. According to Mr. Seivard, an advocate for environmental issues, "Horseshoe Crabs play a vital role in our ecosystem for migratory birds and our health.
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    Inauguration Day Ball at the HOOP
    Miss. O'Hara's 4th grade students from Hooper Avenue Elementary wore their best for Inauguration Day on Friday, November 20, 2017.
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    Congratulations!
    HSN Principal Edward Keller congratulates Marianne Molloy and Michael Schober for being selected as "Swimmers of the Meet" after the High School North Girls and Boys swim teams won the Ocean County Championships.
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    HSS ASFA
    High School South Association for Africa (ASFA) went to see Hidden Figures, the story of Katherine G. Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Jackson, three brilliant African-American women working at NASA, who served as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history.
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    Congratulations!
    Students from all three Toms River Regional High Schools were honored at the recent NJSIAA All State Soccer banquet.
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    Free Coats
    The Township Visionary Lions Club is giving away coats on January 21 and 22.
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    Boy Scouts of America
    The Board recognized HSN senior, Douglas Pentifallo for attaining the rank of Eagle Scout. The Board commends his dedication to the scouting program and the community he serves.
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    VSF Essay Contest
    The Board recognized HSN students: John Redwine, Mark Mogarte and Christopher McVicar for placing 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the Voices of Democracy Essay Contest sponsored by the VFW. The focus of their essay was "My Responsibility to America". Congratulations!
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    Congratulations!
    The High School North Thespian Troupe attended the NJ State Thespian Festival this past weekend at Robbinsville High School. Pictured are the superior winners. The troupe had eight national qualifiers and two superior awards. The troupe won a separate award for Gold Honor Troupe for the State. Congratulations to the HSN Thespian Troupe for a very successful weekend!
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    HSS Winter Concert
    Congratulations High School South Music Department for presenting such a fine Winter Concert.
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    2017 Ocean County Track Champs
    Congratulations to the TRN Track Team on capturing the 2017 Ocean County Championships.
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    HSN Play
    The cast and crew at High School North are busy rehearsing everyday after school for this year's school play: "Bring it On!" The show opens on March 9th and there will be two other performances on March 10th and 11th. Director Carolyn Little promises it will be an extraordinary production. Don't miss it!
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    HSS STEM Project
    High School South students from Mr. Schafer's chemistry classes traveled to Ocean County College to participate in their STEM project. On the trip students explored workshops involving alternative energy, crime scene investigations, polymer chemistry and astronomy.
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    Perfect Attendence Winner at HSN
    Congratulations to Anna Struckie, a freshman at High School North for winning the monthly drawing for having perfect attendance. Jersey Mike's Subs recognizes that there is direct correlation between having a good attendance and high grades. Jersey Mike's provides a free lunch to the lucky winners throughout the school year. Thank you Jersey Mike's!
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    Congratulations!
    Ashley Tutzauer, a senior basketball player at High School North, scored 24 points and lifted High School North, No. 12 in the NJ.com Top 20, to a 60-31 win over Jackson Memorial at Jackson. She connected on four 3-pointers and recorded her 1,000th career point in the victory. Congratulations Ashley on such an amazing achievement!
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  • EPA Bus Press Release
    EPA Clean Bus Grant Press Release
    The Environmental Protection Agency has recognized Toms River as one of 88 systems across the country receiving $180,000 in grants to support our move to cleaner buses.
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    Board Members Sworn In on January 4, 2017
    Board Attorney Stephen R. Leone swore in Janet Bell (Toms River), Daniel Leonard (Beachwood) and Russell Corby (Pine Beach) for three-year terms on the Board of Education.
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    2017 Ocean County Winter Track Champs
    Congratulations to HSN Varsity Boys Relay Track Team for winning first place.
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    HSE Play
    Eastside Theatre Company proudly presents: Young Frankenstein starting on February 2, 2017.
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    Happy Holidays 
    Santa arrived at High School South to wish the students a Happy Holiday!
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    Thank You!
    The Board said goodbye to Board Members James Sigurdson and Gloria McCormack. They were thanked for their dedication to Toms River Regional Schools. Pictured with James is Superintendent David Healy, BOE President Robert Onofrietti and BOE VP Loreen Torrone.
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    Eagle Scout Community Service Project
    The Board recognized a Donavan Eagle Scout student, Christopher Plate. Christopher built a retaining wall displaying the Major Weis sign on Old Freehold Road. He also completed landscaping around the area and erecting a flag pole displaying the American Flag. Pictured with Christopher are Board Members Chris Raimann and Joe Nardini.
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    HSE Student Activities
    HSE lunchtime academies partners with the Peer Leaders to promote positive student-student relationships.
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    HSE National Honor Society
    The National Honor Society continues its yearly efforts with the Salvation Army Giving Tree.
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    Congratulations!
    Teachers and students from the High School South Mentor Program celebrate Mario Kart Tourney Champion, Shane Rinaldo. Shane emerged victorious after winning three consecutive rounds of this single-elimination event. The South Mentor Program hosts this semi-annual video game tourney to promote fellowship and comradely amongst its members.
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    Winter Spirit Theme
    High School South Staff celebrated Spirit Week with a Frosty Theme.
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    Holiday Cheer!
    High School South Spirit Club visited Hampton Ridge Nursing Home and Children's Specialized Hospital where they delivered holiday cheer through gifts and singing.
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    Holiday Toy Collection
    The National Honor Society at Toms River North HS collected over 250 toys and gift cards for distribution to needy families during the holiday season.
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    HSS National Honor Society
    The Indian Chapter of the National Honor Society at HSS inducted eight new members into their chapter. Congratulations to these students who continue to maintain high standards of scholarship, leadership, service and character.
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    HSS Field of the Year
    Congratulations to High School South Head Groundskeeper Keith Fisher and his crew, Wade Bell Dubulis and Dan Brown for winning 2nd place Field of the Year 2016. This is the second year in a row that Mr. Fisher and his crew have been recognized by the Sports Field Managers Association of New. Jersey.
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  • Green Team
    Go Green!
    The Green Team, a recycling program started by Dr. Gilman at Toms River North HS, collected numerous recycled bottle caps from the Community. English teacher Ms. Eckert then had the students painstakingly paint the caps and assemble them to create a beautiful art project that is now on display in the main lobby.
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    250th Anniversary
    High School South Chorus sang carols to celebrate the 250th anniversary of Toms River as students decorate the tree.
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    Rotary Clubs
    High School South students Machenzie Ryan and Deandre Washington spoke about their RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) summer experience at the Central Ocean Rotary Club. RYLA is a leadership development program sponsored by local Rotary clubs.
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    HSS Coat Drive
    High School South Freshman Academy held a coat drive and collected 117 winter coats that will be donated in those in need.
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    High School South Orchestra
    The Senior members of High School South Orchestra performed holiday music for the Daybreak Kiwanis Club at the Toms River Yacht Club.
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  • Blood Drive
    Blood Drive
    High School East Interact Club held their annual Blood Drive encouraging people to give the "gift of life" for the holidays.
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  • HSS Professional Development
    Professional Development
    Teachers at High School South met for professional development on Dec. 7th to look closely at data to improve student engagement.
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  • Making Ornaments
    Making Ornaments
    Students from Toms River Schools Elementary, Intermediate and High Schools made ornaments for the Toms River Township 250th Anniversary Tree.
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  • Northern Ocean Habitat for Humanity
    Teachers Reaching Out to the Community
    District teachers helped build a house for Northern Ocean Habitat for Humanity (NOHFH), which was recently dedicated November 5, 2016. The house is located in Berkeley township and a team from HS East donated time and manual labor framing this house off-site in Seaside Park last year.
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  • Walnut Street Turkey Bowl
    Walnut Street Turkey Bowl
    This past week, the students and staff of Walnut Street Elementary School showed their school spirit and celebrated the Thanksgiving holiday together during the annual Walnut Street Turkey Bowl. Everyone enjoyed the fun! 
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  • Jonathan Vogel
    Congratulations!
    Jonathan Vogel, a junior at Toms River North High School was recognized by the Board of Education. Jonathan was a 1st place winner in the Toms River Township Veterans Commission Essay Contest. The High School title of the essay was" "What America Should Be."
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    Happy Thanksgiving!
    Superintendent David Healy, Assistant Superintendent John Coleman, Principal Jim Ricotta and High School South mascots at the annual Thanksgiving Pep Rally.
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    Have a Happy Thanksgiving!
    High School South's National Honor Society delivered 43 fully cooked Thanksgiving meals to families in need in our school community. The students of the NHS sold Gobble Grams (candy and messages to friends) for $2 each during homeroom in order to raise funds to purchase dinners. This year, they purchased the dinners from the Ohana Grill in Lavalette. The Ohana Grill prepared the dinners for minimal cost.
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    Indianific!
    High School South celebrates Ben Montenegro as he signs his letter of intent to continue his education at Wagner College. Ben is the recipient of a generous academic and baseball scholarship.
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    HSS STEM Presentation
    High School South Chemistry teacher Joe Schafer organized a STEM presentation with Ocean County College Science Club that was presented to students. Ocean County College will work closely with Mr. Schafer's chemistry classes this marking period.
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    Congratulations!
    High School South celebrates Justin Fall as he signs his letter of intent to attend St. John's University. Justin is the recipient of a generous academic and baseball scholarship.
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  • The Making of School Spirit
    The Making of School Spirit
    In a big effort to promote school spirit, the senior class at Toms River North filmed a "lip-dub" video that will be broadcast on the large screens in the Pine Belt Arena during next months's pep rally!
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  • BWD Food Drive
    BWD Food Drive
    Student Council at Beachwood Elementary School organized a food drive for the families in need in the community. Many thanks to all the Beachwood Bears who donated healthy non-perishable food.
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    The Season of Giving
    The Hoop again joins up with WJRZ to help everyone have a Happy Holiday!! Mr. Hynoski’s class loads up the van with donations from our families.
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    HSE Robotics Club
    High School East Robotics Club is honored to be supported by a local nonprofit organization Kiwanis Daybreak. This past summer, the students made a presentation to the Kiwanis members and demonstrated the robot they designed and built. The club members express their sincere appreciation and look forward to compete this season.
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    HSE AP Statistics
    HSE AP Statistics Teacher, Phil Beachy, presented his students on his former role as the Lakehurst Naval Base Commander prior to becoming an educator. Mr. Beachy shared with his students life in the military, connecting integrity, character and citizenship for being a leader in society. Mr. Beachy shared how his mathematical background supported his role as a Captain in the Navy.
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  • Thompson Healthcare and Sports Management
    Senior Stress Management
    Thompson Healthcare and Sports Management was at High School East today to present tips and techniques on stress management to seniors
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  • Concert Ticket Winner
    Congratulations Katherine!
    High School East freshman Katherine Tschirpke won a drawing for the tickets to an Olivia Holt concert due to the fact that the HSE Freshman class had zero lates to school on Monday, 11/14.
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    Congratulations!
    Aubrey Binkley, a senior at High School North, signed a letter of intent to attend Georgian Court University. After having an outstanding year at North, she received a scholarship to play volleyball for the Lions. Aubrey plans to major in business with an exciting career when she graduates.
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    WOBM Christmas Chorus Contest
    High School students don't miss out on the 2016 WOBM Christmas Chorus Contest.
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    Go Mariners!
    Congratulations to High School North Boys Cross Country Team for placing 3rd at the Group 4 SJ State Championships.
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  • TR North Girls Soccer Team
    HSN Girls Soccer Team
    Congratulations to Coach Tom Miller and the TR North Girls Soccer Team on winning the NJSIAA South Jersey Gr. IV State Sectional Championship!
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    Halloween Parade
    Congratulations to High School South Mentor Club for winning Best Motorized Float in the Toms River Halloween Parade.
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  • Veteran’s Day
    Veteran’s Day
    Beachwood Elementary School celebrated Veteran’s Day with a salute to the men and women who served our country. Fifth grade students sang patriotic songs to our guests as a special thank you for their service and for spending time with us to teach us about their experience in the military.
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    The Great Gatsby
    High School South presents "The Great Gatsby" tonight at 7 PM.
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    Excellence in Education Award
    Congratulations to retired HSN teacher Pamela Dixon-Kuhn for receiving the 10th Legislators award for Excellence in Education. Pictured with Pamela Dixon-Kuhn is Assistant Superintendent John Coleman, Assemblyman Gregory McGuckin and HSN Principal Ed Keller.  
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    Substitute Bus Drivers Needed ASAP
    Immediate need for substitute bus drivers will train. ($18.50/hr) Call 732-505-5645 for information and application.
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  • Civil War
    Mariners vs. Indians!
    High School North Teacher Lisa Dowd pumps up the crowd during today's Pep Rally in preparation for the Civil War pitting the Mariners against the Indians!
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  • Daniel Gural
    WOBM Gateway Toyota Student of the Week
    Congratulations to Daniel Gural, Toms River High School South's WOBM Gateway Toyota Student of the Week. Daniel is currently ranked #4 in his class, received the Rensselaer Medal for Science and Math and National Hispanic Recognition by the College Board. Daniel is President of the National Honor Society and a proud member of the Spanish National Honor Society.
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  • IME Comfort Dolls
    Dottie's House
    Intermediate East, Mrs. Neuhoff's Lifeskills Sewing Classes designed and sewed over eighty "Comfort Dolls" to be donated to Dottie's House in Brick. The dolls are to bring comfort to the people who are staying there
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  • HSN Halloween Event
    HSN Halloween Event
    The Thespian Society at Toms River North High School hosted a Halloween event for all the children. After being entertained by a Halloween show, the children were treated to an Orchestral event, followed by the traditional trick or treating through the hallways of the school.
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  • EDE Model Classroom Grant
    Model Classroom Grant
    East Dover Elementary celebrates Ocean First Foundation's $10,000 Model Classroom Grant! The recently renovated Maker space will be upgraded with state of the art technology and new equipment. Congratulations to Mrs. Helen Koerner and the student of East Dover!
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    HSS Principals Advisory Council
    The Principals Advisory Council at High School South recently met to discuss the 2016-17 school year. Representatives of all grades contributed their thoughts on their progress and how to continue their path of success this school year.
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  • PTO Color Run
    Walnut Street PTO Color Run
    The Walnut Street PTO sponsored its second annual PTO Color Run. Students and families across the district participated in the fun! A special thank you to the Walnut Street PTO for all they do for our students!
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    HSN Freshman Academy Challenge Day
    High School North held the 2nd annual "Freshman Academy Challenge Day" to promote social and emotional learning.
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  • French National Honor Society
    HSS French National Honor Society
    Toms River High School South proudly inducted 15 new members to the Indian Chapter of French National Honor Society.
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  • Coffee with the Principal
    Coffee With The Principal
    Mr. Keller, the principal at Toms River North High School, hosted a "Coffee With The Principal" event for all the parents and guardians of the freshman class. The purpose of this evening was to give our freshman parents an opportunity to meet with their children's administrators and teachers in an informal setting.
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  • Cattus Island
    Cattus Island County Park
    AP Environmental Science students from High School North and High School East recently attends a field trip to Cattus Island County Park. While there they studied the varied habitats, looked at water quality and had the opportunity to get into the water and try their hand at the Native American fishing technique called seining.
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    HSN Heritage Class
    High School North Heritage class created original alfombras to celebrate Hispanic Heritage month incorporating peace, harmony and culture.
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    APP Red Zone Show
    HSN Head Football Coach Dave Oizerowitz and running back Parker Day were guest at the taping of the Asbury Park Press Red Zone Show at Middletown South.
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  • FBLA Walk
    FBLA Walk
    High School South FBLA and Key Club joined forces to walk raising $505 to fight Breast Cancer.
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    60 Years of Success
    Happy 60th Anniversary North Dover Elementary!
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    STEAM Dream Activity Center
    North Dover Elementary celebrates Ocean First Foundation's $10,000 Model Classroom Grant! They will transform the "old" technology lab into the "STEAM Dream Activity Center!"
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  • JSMF 2016
    Jersey Shore Makerfest
    Last year’s inaugural event with over 100 makers drew more than 4000 participants from around the tristate area and beyond. Join us Saturday, October 15, at the Pine Belt Arena for year 2 of this FREE opportunity to experience maker culture.
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    2016 MVP HSE vs. HSN Award Winners
    Congratulations to HSN student Mike Husni and HSE student Evan Otten on being named the TOM "The Candyman' Kelleher Most Valuable Players" in the annual HSN vs. HSE football game.
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    It's Fun to be Fit
    During "It's Fun to be Fit Week" students at Walnut Street Elementary participated in a number of activities during their Physical Education and Health classes that promoted physical fitness.
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    Student Data Analysis
    Dr. Mailot works with supervisors to analyze data to improve student performance.
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    Peer Leadership
    High School South held their annual Peer Leadership training event where students learn skills to assist with mediation and mutual respect.
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    Congratulations!
    TRRS wishes to congratulate Cedar Grove Teacher, Nick Liguori for winning on the Wheel of Fortune.
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    Sudden Cardiac Arrest Screening
    High School South is working with Deborah Hospital Foundation to host a free cardiac arrest screening on October 22, 2016.
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    HSE Thespian Honor Society
    Thirteen new members were inducted into the High School East Thespian Honor Society. This honor society represents a group of determined and independent students, both performers and technicians that are driven by excellence in the Theatre Arts. They participate in multiple performances, competitions, and do community service in the name of the Arts.
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    TRRS District Recognized
    District receives Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting for the second year in a row.
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    AP Environmental Science Classes
    Students in Mr. Vernachio's HSE and HSN AP Environmental Science classes visited Jakes Branch County Park and Double Trouble State Park. While exploring, the students saw the uniqueness of the Pine Barren's ecosystems and the local culture tied to the environment.
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    Boy Scouts of America
    The Board recognized HSN senior, Elijah Pirl for attaining the rank of Eagle Scout. The Board commends his dedication to the scouting program and to the community he serves. He has successfully completed all the requirements for scouting's highest rank. Congratulations!
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    Go Indians!
    High School South is proud to recognize Daniel Gural and Cooper Guzzi. Daniel attended West Point this summer and Cooper attended the US Naval Academy at Annapolis. Both of these South Senior Honor Students were selected to attend these prestigious summer programs after meeting rigorous academic and physical requirements.
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    IE has a Published Illustrator!
    Congratulations to Intermediate East 6th grade student Adrianna Goodwin on a children's book she illustrated called "Mom is a Metaphor".
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    Great Job Raiders!
    High School East receives the much coveted Mascot Challenge Award, presented by WOBM at East's Pep Rally on Friday. HSE was recognized as the Jersey Shore Champion as part of the Mascot Madness.
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    TRN Freshman Academy
    Freshman Academy's "Stars and Stripes" at High School North were treated to ice cream for winning a competition. Their class was the most represented at last week's football game. Assistant Principal Heather DeGrandis does the honors on this happy occasion.
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    National Hispanic Heritage Month
    High School East celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month.
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    Poster Contest at the Hoop
    Students at Hooper Avenue recently participated in a poster contest sponsored by Suez Water. Shown are the winners along with Supervisor of Instruction, Ms. Kornell as well as 4th Grade Teacher Mr. Hynoski. Congratulations!
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    Congratulations!
    HS North student Casey Finnegan this summer represented TRN at the Congress of Future Medical leaders in Boston, Massachusetts. Casey is pictured with her Award of Excellence.
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    PBSIS Celebration
    The students at Walnut Street Elementary spent the week learning the expectations of the building and what it means to be RESPECTFUL, RESPONSIBLE, and SAFE. To celebrate their understanding the Walnut Street PTO sponsored a culminating event that was enjoyable for all. Roar with pride!
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    Great Job!
    HS South sophomore Anisha Singh attended three camps during her summer RYLA, NASA SPACE CAMP and CAMP INVENTION. At camp RYLA she was elected the Assistant Leader of her group and was elected to give award to a participant. At NASA Space Camp Anisha was elected Flight Director her mission was to control the ground and shuttle operations . She earned her wings as a Flight Director at her graduation ceremony. They also built an indigenous rocket and tested it. She attended Camp Invention as a Leadership Intern. Anisha said it was an exhilarating experience with real life simulations.
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    Congratulations!
    Congratulations High School South ranking #168 New Jersey Monthly Magazine's Top High Schools 2016. South improved 62 places from their 2014 ranking making them the third highest ranking in Ocean County.
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    HSS Back to School Night
    High School South opened their doors for the annual Visit Back to School where parents and community members enjoyed meeting with teachers and learning exciting curriculum. Principal Ricotta pictured with Superintendent David Healy, Assistant Superintendent John Coleman and mascots.
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    Never Forget 9/11
    High School North held a 9/11 commemoration ceremony in memory of the lives lost on September 11, 2001.
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    HSE Back to School Night
    Many parents visited HSE for the Back to School Night on Wednesday, September 7, 2016 to learn about curriculum, classroom policies and  expectations.
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  • New Teacher Orientation
    New Teacher Orientation
    Superintendent David Healy and TREA President Kathy Eagan welcome 55 new faculty members at New Teacher Orientation on Tuesday, August 30th.
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  • HSE Freshmen Academy
    HSE Freshmen Academy
    The High School East Freshmen Academy raised $702.01 through the Chipotle fundraiser and all the proceeds are being donated to the American Cancer Society. Attached is a photo of the presentation of the check to Michael Brady, Community Manager, Relay for Life.
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  • Green Fair at BWD
    Green Fair at BWD
    Beachwood Elementary held its first annual Green Fair on Thursday, July 28, 2016. Families enjoyed their visit to the Bears Care Garden to see the progress of the seeds started in the classrooms last spring. Exhibits and vendors made the day complete!
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    Intermediate Focus Group
    The Intermediate Focus Group met this week to finalize plans for the roll-out of the new Academic Activity period. Teachers and Administrators have been working collaboratively to develop targeted and authentic learning experiences for students in Grades 6,7 & 8.
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