Update on a busy start to the school year for Toms River Regional Schools
Toms River Regional Schools is proud to announce that we are among a cohort of Toms River leaders that includes the Township, Police Department, and People’s Pantry that is ‘adopting’ the city of Beaumont, Texas in the effort of Hurricane Harvey relief. The Shore 2 Help campaign is accepting gift card donations to Walmart, Target, Lowe’s, and Home Depot to assist Beaumont in their recovery. We’re asking each school to make immediate arrangements to have gift card donation boxes available at the main office for students, parents, and staff.
We thank you in advance for your support in this effort. Our kinship with Beaumont is based on our experience of Sandy five years ago, and we should feel fortunate to have the opportunity to make a positive difference for a community enduring similar hardships. As the holidays approach, please strongly consider donating a gift card to help the Beaumont community in its recovery.
Toms River Regional Schools accepts the 2017 Distinguished Organization of the Year Award from the Greater Toms River Chamber of Commerce.
During a June 21 press conference on the steps of Toms River High School South, Superintendent David Healy, Board President Ben Giovine, and district Business Administrator William Doering were joined by legislative leaders as they presented a unified voice in opposition of the state’s revised funding plan that was set to cost Toms River Regional Schools $3.3 million. On October 17, thanks to tireless efforts on the part of district leaders, that funding was restored in full.
The community is invited to attend the third annual Jersey Shore Makerfest, being held at the Toms River Regional Schools Arena and High School North at 1245 Old Freehold Road in Toms River, NJ. The event runs Saturday, October 14, from 10 AM to 4 PM. Organized by district staff, students, and community members, participation and admission are free thanks to generous sponsors, allowing people from all walks of life to experience the maker movement in all its shapes and colors.
Toms River’s first NEA Big Read kicks off Oct. 2 and lasts throughout the entire month. For all information including a timeline of events, click to access the link.
The district has been named 2017 Distinguished Organization of the Year by the Greater Toms River Chamber of Commerce.
Toms River Regional Elementary Curriculum Newsletter
Parent letter regarding buses
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