• 9-17
    HSS Weekly Newsletter 9/17-9/21/18
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    2018 - 2019 Morning Announcers
    The 2018 - 2019 Morning Announcers are as follows: 1) Corey Batchelder; 2) Aaron Lightbody-Cimer; 3) Leonora Krajewski, and 4) Sophia Perry.
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    2018 - 2019 Mascots
    The 2018 - 2019 Mascots are as follows: 1) Indian 51- Brandon Rios; 2) Princess 49- Brooke LaBarca; 3) Super Maroon 41- Madison Liguori; and 4) Spirit 20 Kim Costanzo
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    Prom 2018
    QUEEN OF THE SENIOR PROM JY'ASIA BIVINS 1) Involved in Track and Field for 4 years, 2) Class M.V.P. Sophomore and Junior years 3) South Jersey Group III Triple Jump Champion.....2017                  KING OF THE SENIOR PROM EVAN GISINGER 1) A member of T.E.A.M. 2) A member of the Spanish Honor Society 3) A member of the lacrosse and Freshman football team 
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    Way to Go, Declan and Connor! You Are Indianific!
    High School South proudly celebrates Declan Mullin and Connor Ryan who have been selected to play in the 2018 SCLCA Senior All-Star Lacrosse Game. The event will feature some of the top senior lacrosse players in Monmouth and Ocean County. The game will be played at Howell High School on Thursday June 14 at 7 p.m.
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    Three Toms River High School South students won Chrome books at the "Driven For Excellence" program this past Friday. Even though all three were dreaming of winning a new car, they were satisfied with the prizes they won. A gift from the school system that they would be able to use in college. From left to right we have Emily Oksen, Nelisa Mali, and Meghan Blonder. In the background is Mr. Oberti, one of three Assistant Principals at High School South.
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  • 6-5-18
    Principal's Weekly Newsletter 06-05-18
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    Summer Read
    Toms River HS South hosted the Ocean County Library to review the new Summer Read Program with our students.
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    Swim Safety
    Toms River HS South Freshman met with Dr. Gene Hession of the United States Lifeguard Association to learn about swim safety. NBC news reporter Brian Thompson visited to film and interview students about the importance of this message.
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    The New Jersey National Guard erected an obstacle course at Toms River High School South this past Friday.. The purpose of the obstacle course was to challenge both boys and girls in Physical Education classes to take the ultimate challenge presented by the course and eventually finish the event by climbing the wall at the end of the obstacle course.. A great number of South's students accepted the challenge and as you can see by the second picture, many were able to complete the course.They were an example of the SPIRIT, TRADITION, EXCELLENCE, and PRIDE inherited by all students at the "Home of the Indian."
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    Toms River Students Meet With The Governor
    7 kids from the Toms River High Schools performed for the Equality Ball. They are pictured here with Governor Murphy. From East... Tyler Sacko and Kenzie Jones From North Phoebe, Chad and Sean Payba From South Jenna Aldellizzi and Xander Degoey
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  • 5-29-18
    Principal's Weekly Newsletter 05-29-18
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    Cole Corrigan, the New Jersey State 152 pound weight class state champion, recently was selected as a member of the WRESTLING USA ALL- AMERICAN TEAM. Cole, a Senior student at Toms River South, received an athletic and educational scholarship from Columbia University, which he will be attending next year. His wrestling record at Toms River South was 141 wins and 12 losses. He finished 7th in the New Jersey State Championships as a Sophomore and then bounced back as a Senior to claim the gold. Congratulations Cole!
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    Congratulations go to South's Girls Track and Field Team for its 3rd place finish at this weekend's N.J.S.I.A.A. South Jersey Group 3 State Sectional Meet at Delsea High School. South scored a total of 42 points to finish in the bronze medal position. Sophomore Jade Tricomy earned a silver medal with her Second Place finish in the 1600 meter run. Our 4 by 800 meter relay team of Jade, Laura Revaitis, Emily Irwin, and Adria Pollioni also brought home silver medals. Girls that brought home bronze medals are as follows: 1) Jade Tricomy in the 3200 meter run; 2) Jy'Asia Bivins in the triple jump and 3) the 4 by 400 meter relay team of Mattalyn McCaffrey, Pollioni, Reagan Czech, and Dynasty Loveday. Also receiving medals for the Indians were Dynasty Loveday, 4th in the triple jump, Laura Revaitis, 5th in the 1600 meter run, Reagan Czech, 6th in the 400 meter hurdles, and Adria Pollioni, 6th in the 400 meter dash. For their efforts all of these ladies qualified for the Group 3 State Championships to be held this Friday and Saturday at Central Regional High School.
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    Operation Smile Club
    Operation Smile is an international medical charity that has provided hundreds of thousands of free surgeries for children and young adults in developing countries who are born with dental and facial conditions. Our Toms River South Operation Smile Club is pleased to announce that through generous donations from students at the "Home of the Indian," we have raised $240 dollars necessary for a surgery. They are collecting money during homeroom this week to provide for a second surgery.
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    On Tuesday, May 22nd, the T.R.S. Media Center was filled to capacity. Nearly 50 students were recognized for their unique actions and demeanor that embody true Indian Spirit. High School South is known foe Spirit, Tradition, Excellence, and Pride. Teachers were asked to nominate students who contribute to our school community, making it an Indianific place to learn. Teachers were present to talk about positive attributes of the students that they nominated for the "Spirit of the Indian" award. Principal James Ricotta was present. This is the fourth year of this event which was initiated by Math Teacher, Andrea Vahey.
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    Parent Notification
    Please read for an important announcement from Mr. Ricotta.
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Toms River High School South
55 Hyers St.
Toms River, NJ 08753
(732) 505-5734

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