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  • 4-17
    Principal's Weekly Newsletter 04-17-18
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    HAYLEY TAMARO SIGNING LETTER OF INTENT FOR CANISIUS UNIVERSITY
    Hayley Tamaro is signing her letter of intent to play softball at Canisius University in Buffalo, New York. Hayley received both an athletic scholarship and an academic scholarship to attend this Division 1 school. Hayley was signed by Canisius to improve their pitching staff. Academically she will study Biochemistry and Health and Wellness and minor in Business.
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    Coach Frank Is Indianific!
    On Sunday, April 8, 2018, the story of legendary baseball coach Ken Frank was presented at the Grunin Center at Ocean County College. The film presentation was produced by Sandra Levine, a veteran television journalist who is a Toms River native and South Alumna who has been nominated 10 times for regional Emmy awards. The film presentation entitled "South Baseball---The Spirit of Winning" was well-received by all those that attended the premiere showing. The story line was a tribute to the coaching abilities of Ken Frank, who is the coach with the most wins in high school baseball in New Jersey. At the time this article was written, Coach Frank has chalked up 870 victories at the "Home of the Indian." He is ranked 15th nationally and is a dedicated mentor who has had a profound impact on the lives of the players that he has coached during the past 40+ years. The film also traces the career of Todd Frazier, who was a member of the Little League World Series Championship Team, a star at High School South under Coach Frank, a star at Rutgers University, and then his career with the Cincinnati Reds, Chicago White Sox, the New York Yankees, and this year with the New York Mets. The film promotes a theme of how tough love can help young people win in sports and in life. It's a film that shows that a coach can make a positive difference in the lives of the young men that he coaches!. The picture shows from left to right the following: 1) Coach Frank...2) Film producer Sandra Levine...and 3) Assistant Coach Mitch Powitz
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    Grab and Go
    The "Grab and Go" breakfast cart is a huge success at the "Home of the Indian." This is a picture of the T.R. South mascots Indian 50- Garrett White; Indian Princess 48- Abigail Evans; Super Maroon 40- Hannah Claus; and Diana Petrizzo- Spirit 19. promoting the food that is sold at the cart every morning before school.
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    Crowley, Leibe, Arminio inducted to NJ State Coaches Assoc. Hall of Fame
    John Crowley, Head Coach -TRS Girls Soccer, former TRE Boys Soccer, Ed Leibe, Head Coach -TRS Boys Soccer, and Joe Arminio, former TR Athletic Director, were all inducted to the NJSCA Hall of Fame on Sunday at the Westin Hotel in Princeton, NJ. All were recognized for their outstanding contributions to high school athletics in the state of NJ.
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  • 4-10
    Principal's Weekly Newsletter 04-10-18
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    South ASR Brilliance! Go Indians!
    South ASR students competed in the Jersey Shore Science Fair at Stockton University earning, one 2nd place award, one 3rd place awards and one Honorable mention. Rory Hogan a senior at TRHSS placed second in the Environmental Category. Rory's project was The Role of Native Plants in the Removal of Nitrates from Runoff. The Toms River Twp. Green Team is writing a grant to implement the planting of some of the native plants Rory tested to help improve the health of the river and bay. TRHSS senior Seth Edwards placed 3rd in the Upper (11th-12th grade) Microbiology category with his project A Comparative Study Between Bacterial Growth on Sheep and Nonsheep Acromyrmex Ants. Seth did his research with Seeds of Change in Costa Rica thanks to a full scholarship from The Grunin Foundation and Insectropolis. Leonora Krajewski a junior at TRHSS received an honorable mention in Engineering for her design of a cruise ship. Leonora Krajewski and Logan Figular where awarded Best Team Logo for their Due South in the 2018 Apprentice School SNAME Boat Design Competition ​ 1st-3rd place students move on to the Regional Delaware Valley Science fair.
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    Pathway to College
    FREE! Join College GPS for an information-packed workshop explaining the benefits of early college planning. Wednesday, April 25, 2018, 7 – 8:30 PM
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  • 3-27
    Principal's Weekly Newsletter 03-27-18
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  • GERMANS
    Germany Exchange
    From March 16th - 30th, Toms River High School South is hosting 19 German students and 2 teachers from the Wilhelm-Hauff-Realschule in Pfullingen, Germany. Organized by Mr. DeMarco, Mr. Sohl and Mrs. Walsh, these students will accompany their American partners to school every day, and participate in fun excursions to local points of interest such as New York City, Island Beach State Park and Princeton University. This is a continuation of the Ambassadors in Sneakers program started in 2015, when Toms River was selected by the German-American Institute of Tuebingen to participate. The American students will continue the exchange in June and July of this year when they will visit the German students in Germany.
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    FRESHMAN CLASS CAMPUS CLEANUP
    On Tuesday, February 27th, the Class of 2021 sponsored a Campus Cleanup on the fields at the "Home of the Indian." Members of the class and their advisers, Ms. Molly McCourt and Mr.Christopher Blessing (pictured), cleaned up all the athletic fields and grounds at T.R. South. A job well done!
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    INTERACT'S PET FOOD DRIVE
    Around Valentine's Day, the Interact Club of Toms River South challenged the student body and staff to show their love to our feathered and furry friends by supporting a pet food drive. Their goal was to provide some relief to low income families. One local area food pantry assists patrons who are also pet owners. More than 20 pounds of pet food and 100 dollars in cash were collected. The money was used to purchase additional pet supplies which were donated to the pet pantry at East Dover Baptist Church.
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    The Chief Meets With the Indians!
    Toms River Police Chief Mitch Little met with students at Toms River HS South to discuss inequality in the workplace.
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  • 3-20
    Principal's Weekly Newsletter 03-20-18
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    A Celebration for Mr. Roth!
    Mr. Robert Roth is celebrated by his students not only for his birthday but also for his 50th YEAR TEACHING AT THE 'HOME OF THE INDIAN!" He began his career in 1968 and he taught economics and American history during his stellar career at Toms River High School/.Toms River South and was the advisor to several clubs.
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    TOMS RIVER SOUTH MASCOTS PROMOTE THE "GRAB AND GO" BREAKFAST CART
    The Toms River High School South mascots: Indian 50, Princess 48, Super Maroon 40, and Spirit 19 promote the "Grab and Go" breakfast cart at 7 A.M. in the morning at the "Home of the Indian."
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    Indians Helping Future Indians!
    Toms River High School South's DART Youth Prevention Coalition visits various 6th and 7th grade health classes to talk about the dangers of vaping and marijuana. YPC is a group of students who engage in school and community wide activities with the purpose of encouraging young people to make health lifestyle choices especially when it comes to drugs and alcohol. Students were able to talk openly with their peers about situations they may face in the future and how to navigate those situations with positive choices.
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    Way to Go, Gabriel!
    High School South congratulates Gabriel Rodriguez who has been selected as the OCPGA Caring Award recipient.
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  • 3-13-18
    Principal's Weekly Newsletter 03-13-18
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    Way to Go, Indians!
    Toms River High School South attended the FBLA New Jersey State Leadership Conference on March 08 and March 09 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The SLC features competitive events, where competitive winners earn the opportunity to compete in the National Leadership Conference. Students also attend state FBLA officer elections, and leadership, college, and business workshops while at the SLC. The students that attended were Alexis Meier, Bukola Fasakin, Ololade Aluko, Jake Nguyen, Lauren Pellegrino, and Vivian Touch. Vivian Touch and Lauren Pellegrino competed in the topic of Publication Design where they came up with promotional products for a client company they called Feed on Fresh. They made it to finals beating out over 25 other groups putting them in the top 8. Bukola, Ololade, and Jake competed in an Open Event on education, and Alexis Meier qualified to compete in accounting at the SLC.
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    Way to Go, Indians!
    Toms River HS South congratulates our Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Highton and our Education Service Professional of the Year, Mr. Stratton.
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55 Hyers St.
Toms River, NJ 08753
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