General Information for Parents and Students

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Parents of Grades K-4 Students
5th grade students receive a complimentary copy of our school yearbook, but Kindergarten through 4th grade students are welcome to purchase a copy if they would like to do so. Click "Learn More" to open an order form, or order online at and use the ID code 2133818. Order forms will also be sent home with students. If interested, please order by April 23rd.

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Time Schedule

8:35 AM Busing Students Arrive

8:45 AM School Begins

2:50 PM School Day Ends for  Students

2:55 PM Buses Depart

In the event of a delayed opening, students should arrive at school between 10:05 and 10:15 AM.

Unplanned early dismissal is 1:15 PM.

AM Drop-Off Procedures (8:30-8:40): Drop students off at front door of school building. Students should exit car from the passenger side. Students who arrive before the 8:35 bell  will be directed to the B and C wing cafeterias. Upon hearing the 8:40 bell, students proceed to their classrooms. Please do not drop students off before 8:25, as there is no supervision available.

PM Pick-Up Procedures (2:55PM): Park in parking lot on the "Bubble" side of the rear of the building. Students will be dismissed to the parking lot after the buses depart. If you are signing out your child before 2:50PM, park in the front of the building and enter through the front door to the Main Office, where you will be required to show ID and sign your child out.

Information Regarding Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying (HIB)

Mrs. Sarah A. Walsh (732)505-5856;
Official grades received from the NJDOE, for the Self-Assessment from the previous reporting period - Hooper's school grade for the 2015-16 school year was 78/78. The Toms River Regional Schools' grade was 75/78.
The School Self-Assessment program grades each public school and school district's efforts to implement the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act (ABR). Schools and school districts are encouraged to utilize this annual requirement to assess, reinforce and strengthen harassment, intimidation and bullying (HIB) prevention and intervention programs, policies and practices.
Grades for all schools in the TRRS district can be found at