News and Events

  • District Returns to Trenton for Press Conference, Rally

    April 30, 2019-- Teachers, board members, administrators, and 11 buses full of students from Toms River Regional Schools returned to Trenton today to voice opposition to the state aid cuts in Bill S2.
  • East Staff Make Connections

    High School East staff members participated in a team building workshop where they had the opportunity to get to know their colleagues a little better, build each other up, and recharge their batteries through different games and team building activities.
  • Students, Administrators Testify at State Budget Hearings

    This page will be updated from March 20 through March 28.March 20, 2019-- District leaders, students, and supporters traveled back to Trenton to testify at the State Assembly Budget Committee hearing March 20 in opposition of drastic state aid cuts resulting from Senate Bill S2.
  • Teachers Display Works of Art

    March 15, 2019 -- In conjunction with Youth Art Month, art educators in Toms River had the opportunity to display their original pieces of artwork during the month-long celebration.
  • Upcoming State Budget Hearings Will be Site for Continued Opposition

    March 14, 2019-- Last week Toms River Regional Schools marched on Trenton. Its protest, however, is not over. Far from it. Today Superintendent David Healy announced that he and Business Administrator William Doering have registered to testify at four upcoming state budget hearings.
  • District Staff Recreate 1992 Photo

    March 13, 2019-- District staff operating out of 1144 Hooper Avenue-- Toms River Regional Schools business office headquarters-- all came together today for a special photo op.
  • Read Across America Day Celebrated Across District on March 1

    March 5, 2019 -- Every year in March, the National Education Association promotes a day of national reading, called Read Across America Day, that coincides with Dr.
  • District Marches on Trenton

    March, 5, 2019-- Hundreds upon hundreds of Toms River Regional Schools students, administrators, teachers, board members, and staff members, along with parents and Toms River residents, rallied today at the statehouse in Trenton to oppose drastic cuts to state aid that will decimate the district for years to come.
  • Stay Involved with the State Aid Cut Campaign

    Thousands of Toms River Regional Schools staff, students, and community members rallied in Trenton on March 5 to oppose state aid reductions of more than $80 million over the next six years as Governor Murphy delivered his annual budget address.
  • Professional Development Day 2019 Features 200+ Workshops

    Feb. 18, 2019-- Approximately 2,500 educators, paraprofessionals, staff members, and administrators gathered at RWJBarnabas Health Arena to kick off the district’s President's Day Staff Professional Development Day 2019.
  • Outstanding Arts Educator Recognized

    Ms. Joyce Houlihan, arts educator at High School North, has been selected as an Outstanding Arts Educator in the South Jersey Art Region as part of the Scholastic Art Awards.
  • Toms River Schools to March on Trenton in Opposition of Budget Cuts

    Feb. 12, 2019-- Toms River Regional Schools has organized a trip to the Trenton statehouse for the afternoon of March 5, during which district students, teachers, staff members, leaders, and parents will express their opposition to the more than $80 million in budget cuts that are poised to decimate the district.
  • Beachwood Elementary in Running for Dannon Grant

    Beachwood Elementary School is in the running for a $25,000 grant to be used for its physical education program. Earlier this year the school, led by Principal Kimberly Muir, submitted a proposal to Dannon School Grants through Project Fit America, and was recently informed they were approved to be one of the 47 schools selected to participate.
  • Edele Hovnanian Sees Investment in Action During District Visit

    In spring 2017 the Hirair and Anna Hovnanian Foundation, led by philanthropist Edele Hovnanian, made a $255,000 investment in Toms River Regional Schools, funding a Real Estate and Business Incubator at High School South and an Anatomy & Physiology Lab at High School East, part of the schools' respective Business and STEAM Academies.
  • District Placed on College Board’s 9th Annual AP® Honor Roll

    Toms River Regional Schools is one of 373 school districts in the U.S. and Canada and one of only 39 in New Jersey being honored by the College Board with placement on the 9th Annual AP® District Honor Roll.
  • Parent-led Petition Surpasses 10k Signatures

    Nov. 15, 2018-- Toms River Regional Schools’ fight to restore $70 million in lost state aid has been ongoing, multi-faceted, and has accelerated over the past several months.
  • District Leaders Testify About Funding Crisis at State Conference

    District leaders including Superintendent David Healy (center) and Business Administrator William Doering (right of Healy) helped drive the discussion at the NJASA meeting, part of the NJSBA Conference in Atlantic City held this past week.
  • TRRS Supervisor Catherine Mellon Presents at NJSBA

    Oct. 23, 2018-- Catherine Mellon, supervisor of instruction at Pine Beach Elementary School, presented today at the New Jersey School Boards Assocation (NJSBA) Convention in Atlantic City.
  • Professional Development Academy Hosts 'Engaging the Whole Child'

    Today more than two thousand Toms River Regional Schools employees attended a professional development event hosted by the district with the theme of "Engaging the Whole Child.
  • NJDOE Rep Chris Cox Tours District

    Sept. 12, 2018-- Chris Cox of the Department of Education's Office of Innovation and Educational Technology spent the day on September 11 touring schools and discussing district initiatives including grants, partnerships, future ready teaching practices, and renovated spaces.
  • Safety Training Hosted at Intermediate North

    Aug. 20, 2018-- Members of the Toms River Police Department and Toms River Regional Schools administration held a safety training session at Toms River Intermediate North Aug.
  • 'Rebuilding Our Schools Initiative' Takes Shape

    Board President Russell Corby (left) and Vice President Joe Nardini (center) worked closely with Superintendent David Healy and School Business Administrator William Doering (both pictured far right during a public meeting) as well as Maser Consulting to develop and refine the district’s list of priority facilities projects that comprise the Rebuilding Our Schools Initiative.
  • Ocean County Freeholder Board Honors TRRS Teachers

    June 7, 2018-- The Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders-- comprised of John C. Bartlett, Jr.; John P. Kelly; Virginia E. Haines; Gerry P. Little; and Joseph H.

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