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Principal’s message,

Recognizing the unique needs, interests and skills of students in grades 6 through 8, Intermediate North is passionate and committed to the development of the entire child in a warm and nurturing environment. Our focal point of the integrated curriculum, co-curricular and extracurricular activities is the academic, physical, social and emotional growth of our students. Students are encouraged to critically think, question, problem solve, manipulate, articulate and collaborate as they learn new things. As their innate creativity and curiosity are nurtured, Intermediate North students are taught to respect themselves, respect one another and to participate in a positive school climate and culture. Students are inspired by talented and invested teachers and support staff to develop the intellectual, social, and emotional skills that prepare them for a seamless transition to high school and as they continue their growth in becoming responsive and successful citizens. Always my best,

Lynn Fronzak Principal

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TRIN Principal

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Lynn Fronzak - Principal
Email: lfronzak@trschools.com

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What's New

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    Save the Date - Visit the School Night
    6th Grade Visit the school night Sept 17 from 6 to 8 pm. 7th & 8th Grade Visit the school night Sept 20 from 6 to 8 pm. Please report to your student's homeroom.
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  • School Garden
    Intermediate North Campaigns to Build School Garden
    Toms River Intermediate North begins a campaign today to install a 300-square-foot food garden on school grounds, and hopefully earn a $400 grant from the nonprofit group SeedMoney.
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Morning Announcements

Jets Upstander of the Week

Lynn Fronzak
Lynn Fronzak

Principal 

lfronzak@trschools.com

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 Janine Lange
Janine Lange

Assistant Principal  

jlange@trschools.com

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Brian Blake

Assistant Principal

bblake@trschools.com

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