Happenings

  • Hovnanian Foundation Spurs Innovation With Two Multi-Year Grants

    April 16, 2019-- This past winter Edele Hovnanian, president of the Hirair and Anna Hovnanian Foundation, visited the Toms River Regional School District for a tour of two newly renovated spaces and programs the foundation funded in the 2018-2019 school year.
  • Best Trip Ever for ASR Students at Delaware Valley Science Fair

    High School North junior ASR student Isabella Onofrietti won a $30,000 scholarship from the University of the Sciences during the Delaware Valley Science Fair, which was one of many significant and historic achievements by district students.
  • Beachwood Bears Ready for NJSLA

    April 8, 2019 -- Students at Beachwood Elementary kicked off NJSLA (New Jersey Student Learning Assessment) testing with a bang! Third, fourth, and fifth graders were welcomed with positive messages written on the sidewalks to wish them well on testing.
  • HSE Hosts College & Career Fair for Students

    The High School East Guidance Office, in conjunction with the College and Career Committee, hosted a College and Career Fair on April 4 & 5 at the school.
  • Girls on the Run at Washington Street Elementary

    April 4, 2019 -- Over a period of 10 weeks, girls in the 3rd through 5th grade at Washington Street Elementary School will participate in a before-school program like no other.
  • North Artists Capture Teen Arts Festival Awards

    Toms River High School North visual art students received six awards of recognition at the recent 2019 Ocean County Teen Arts Festival. These students have been recognized as some of the best and brightest young artists in Ocean County.
  • Raising Awareness About Autism

    April 3, 2019 -- Early Learning Center students and teachers blew bubbles to help raise awareness about autism. Bubble-blowing is often used as an activity to raise awareness about autism because we can burst the bubble that often surrounds the disorder and bring acceptance and awareness through education.
  • Robots Geared up at Intermediate North

    March 29, 2019 -- Robotics students at Intermediate North learned about gears and gear ratios so their robots can race twice as fast! 
  • Congressman Andy Kim Speaks to Students at Citta

    Third graders at Joseph A. Citta Elementary welcomed Congressman Andy Kim to their school on Friday, March 22. The classes gathered in the Media Center to listen to Congressman Kim read excerpts from the book What's the Big Deal About Elections? by Ruby Shamir.
  • Walnut Street Hosts First Health and Wellness Night

    Walnut Street Elementary continued its whole child approach to education by hosting the school's first ever Health and Wellness Night. Approximately 200 students and their families gathered for the opportunity to take part in physical fitness activities, learn about nutrition and a healthy diet, and gain information from community health providers.
  • 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.
  • Sensory Wing Created at Beachwood

    March 19, 2019 -- Students at Beachwood Elementary School have been enjoying a newly created sensory path in one of the school's hallways. What was previously an unused, empty space is now full of fun, life, and color.
  • Science Fair Winners Announced at Intermediate South

    March 19, 2019 -- Intermediate South has announced the winners of the school's annual Science Fair.Chemistry: Jack Harjes, 3rd place and Aidan Martenson, Honorable MentionEngineering: Eva Kuri, 1st placeEnvironmental Science: Rylee Hussey, 2nd place and Brady Krohn, Honorable MentionMedicine and Health: James Alexander, Honorable Mention Physics: Aydan Landau, Honorable MentionAdditionally, Eva Kuri won three special awards for her project in engineering.
  • District Hosts NJ Makers Day Events

    New Jersey Makers Day is a statewide celebration of maker culture that has taken place every year in March for the past five years. Originally begun in 25 town libraries, it now boasts nearly 300 locations around the state.
  • 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.
  • Youth Art Month in Full Swing

    March 13, 2019 -- Nationally, March is designated as Youth Art Month by The Council for Art Education. The month-long celebration of visual arts puts the spotlight on the importance of art education while highlighting the creativeness and artistic abilities of young students.
  • 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.
  • Anchors Aweigh!

    March 4, 2019 -- High School North senior, Christopher Quinn, received and accepted a Letter of Appointment from the US Merchant Marine Academy (USMMA).
  • Students Perform at South Jersey Elementary Choral Festival

    March 4, 2019 -- On Saturday, March 2nd, 24 elementary students from East Dover, Hooper Avenue, North Dover and Walnut Street, participated in the 36th Annual South Jersey Elementary Choral Festival.
  • Rebounding Record Broken at South

    February 28, 2019 -- Congratulations to High School South senior girls basketball player Shiloh Williams who grabbed her 316th rebound this season to break the previous single season school record of 311 rebounds! The record had been held by former Lady Indian Danielle Frank.
  • 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.
  • East Dover Hosts Family Fitness Night

    February 26, 2019 -- On February 12th, East Dover Elementary students and their families came together for Family Fitness Night. It was a night designed for fun and to raise money for the American Heart Association.
  • Veteran Speakers, Vietnam Memorabilia Highlight NEA Big Read Days

    Note: This page is being updated throughout the program with highlights and photos from each school’s NEA Big Read Day. SCROLL DOWN for features from each secondary school as they take place.
  • FREE PROGRAM: Don't Fear the FAFSA! Tues. 10/16 @ 7pm OCL-TR

    You may have heard that the new, earlier FAFSA goes live October 1st. Will you be ready for it? Families of high school seniors, and anyone returning to college for the 2019-20 academic year, will complete this important financial aid form to determine their financial aid eligibility. Every family should fill out the FAFSA. Attend this workshop to learn why.
  • FREE PROGRAM: Pathways to College Wed. 9/26 @ 7pm OCL-TR

    The Path toward college is not always clear, even for the best and the brightest. Join College GPS for an information-packed workshop explaining the benefits of early college planning. Lots of great information being shared so please be prepared to take notes! Learn what you need to know to help your child get set for college from applications, tests to finances.
  • Pathway to College

    FREE! Join College GPS for an information-packed workshop explaining The benefits of early college planning
  • Teens deserve healthy relationships!

    Join us as we discuss dating relationship warning signs, dispel myths and misconceptions, and give real-life examples that address the difficult scenarios teen dating can bring. FREE workshop suggested for teens, parents, professionals, and the general public.
  • Workshop: A Parent's Guide to College Planning

    Join College GPS for an information-packed, free workshop at the Ocean County Library Toms River Branch explaining the benefits of early college planning. There is much more to college planning than saving for college!
  • Ocean County Library newsletter

    Activities and fun at the Toms River TeenZone.
  • 2018 Instrumental Summer Music Lessons

    The district will once again be offering free summer music group lessons.

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