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150 Intermediate North Way, Toms River, NJ 08753 732-505-5800

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Principal -  Lynn Fronzak

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"Big congratulations to the students that participated in the Academic Olympics at Donovan Catholic! The Intermediate North team won the first place trophy for Division 3, and came home with a total of 10 medals. Way to go!"

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Congratulations to Intermediate North for being honored with the 2018 Sportsmanship Award for Athletics in the Red Division . The award, which is given to one school each year, is a testament to the character of the coaching staff, the teams, and each athlete at the school. Way to go, Dolphins!

Maker Day

"MAKER DAY! On March 9th, students throughout our school joined the annual celebration by actively taking part in hands-on learning activities with a STEAM focus."

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Technology class

"Students in Mr. Cornine's technology class coded their own video games and tested them with game controllers built using pennies and aluminum foil."

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Congratulations Mrs. Hoatson and Mrs. Huerta.

We would like to take a moment to recognize our Professional Educators of the Year. We will begin with our Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Beth Hoatson. Mrs. Hoatson was nominated by her peers for her dynamic, engaging, high achieving and interactive lessons and her passion for not only education, but for her students. Mrs. Hoatson is known to create a classroom environment that is safe, encouraging and a place where students want to tap into their potential and take risks. Her students know that no matter what, they will be supported by Mrs. Hoatson. From Down’s Dog Challenges, to creating hallway master pieces, to reading tough but thought provoking novels, Mrs. Hoatson keeps her students and classroom energized. She is a mentor to many of her present and former students and shows her true Dolphin Spirit! We applaud all that she does for education, our students and our school. Congratulations Mrs. Hoatson- well deserved.

We would also like to recognize our Educational Service Professional, our very own ESL, English as a Second Language, teacher, Mrs. Karen Huerta. Mrs. Huerta was nominated by her peers for always being the professional who is so much more than an amazing teacher to our ESL students Ms. Huerta gives her everything she has to her students, our staff, and our building. She is always willing to pitch in and help in any way possible whether it is to assist with students, even those not under her direction, create and plan for school grants, provide our teachers with effective strategies to implement in their classroom, and make a positive impact on our school culture, climate and appearance. She always implements best practice of teaching the whole child and has tremendous respect of the importance of family involvement and communication. We appreciate all that she brings to our school and students. We would like to congratulate her as we recognize her superb work in our building.

Teacher of the Year

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Educational Service Professional of the Year

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New Athletic Banners

Come check out our new athletic banners hanging in our gymnasium.  Thank you TRIN PTO for always supporting our amazing students.

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Winners of the Spelling Bee

1st place: Jed Juliano (Center)

2nd place: Alyanna Frias (Right)

3rd place: Chloe Uy (Left)

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Congratulations!

The Intermediate North girls basketball team maintained their undefeated record during the St. Dominic's Tournament. The team played beautifully all weekend and won the championship game on Sunday evening. Congratulations, ladies!

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"Our ESL students used the frigid temperatures to make ice garden rocks to add to our front door decor."

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Storm the Castle

Mrs. Hirschfeld's science classes engineered and designed catapults to" Storm the Castle" as part of a cross curricular project. In science they read articles about the history of catapults, incorporated a history lesson on the Plague, carefully measured and designed the catapult angles and length of levers, and applied their knowledge of various types of energies to their designs.

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Week of Respect

Students and staff demonstrate camaraderie & respect by dressing as twins during Spirit Week.

Left -Alexandra Patestos, Right- Leeanne Cheung

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Left- Princess Lewis, Right- Madden Ziomek

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Visit the School Night

Ms. Miller, Life Skills teacher, invited parents to share words of advice for their students when they visited the school for "Back to School Night". The general theme seems to be respect and teamwork! These thoughts were shared during some incredible teaching moments in class!

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A New Chapter of Learning

Intermediate North teachers working collaboratively together to start the 2017-2018 school year.  Our teachers are excited to meet their new students and begin a new chapter of learning.  

Happy School Year 2017-2108.

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On November 21st, Cycle 64 enjoyed a delicious Thanksgiving feast in the cafeteria at Intermediate North. In celebration of the holiday, students dined on everything from roasted turkey to an array of desserts. Parents were invited to help serve the buffet style meal. This was a combined effort between parents, teachers and the TREA to ensure those students would have a Thanksgiving dinner for the holiday.