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  • Schools Commemorate 9/11 on 20th Anniversary

    Sept. 10, 2021-- No student who is currently enrolled at Toms River Regional Schools was alive on September 11, 2001, but district educators have kept the memory of that fateful and terrible day alive for new generations of students ever since.
  • Back to School 2021-2022

    Sept. 8, 2021-- For the first time in 18 months, the district's 18 schools and Early Learning Center return to full-time, in-person learning. We hope to capture the thrill and excitement of our students, staff, and parents in this back-to-school photo gallery, which we'll be updating throughout the day.
  • DeRiggi Named Ocean County Teacher of the Year

    Aug. 25, 2021-- North Dover Elementary School teacher Michael DeRiggi, who was named an "Extraordinary Educator" by Curriculum Associates last year, was recognized as Ocean County Teacher of the Year by the New Jersey School Boards Association during a virtual, Facebook Live ceremony held today (at 52-minute mark).
  • 2021-2022 Orientations Underway

    From kindergarten to freshman orientation at the high school level, Toms River Regional Schools students and families are becoming familiar with their surroundings, teachers, and peers as the 2021-2022 school year is just two weeks away.
  • JoAnn Nocera Hopes to Unlock Children's Creativity With New Book Release

    East Dover's Supervisor of Instruction JoAnn Nocera has written another book, but this time it’s a children’s book! Katherine Grace Unlocks the Keys is set to launch on Friday, August 20.
  • District, High School North Win Multiple Artist Residencies

    Aug. 2, 2021-- In March, the district applied for two grants on behalf of High School North to Artists in Education (AIE) and its Residency Grant Program.
  • Peer Leadership Camp Focuses on SEL Topics

    Last week, incoming fifth grade students from the district’s twelve elementary schools were invited to participate in the fourth annual Peer Leadership Camp.
  • County Superintendent Checks in on District Summer Programs

    July 28, 2021-- Executive County Superintendent Charlie Muller visited Toms River today to check in on the district's summer programming.At High School South, Muller observed the school’s music and world language class and its Vocal Music Institute.
  • Stephen Genco Named Interim Superintendent

    July 22, 2021: Dr. Stephen Genco was approved as interim superintendent of Toms River Regional Schools at a July 21 public board meeting. Genco will replace Thomas Gialanella, who has served in that role since Jan.
  • Temple University Assists Admin Retreat

    July 19, 2021-- District leadership gathered at Intermediate South July 14 for an administrative retreat. The program was opened by district partner Dr.
  • Forthcoming Book Co-Authored by Intermediate East Teacher

    July 8, 2021-- Intermediate East grade six English language arts (ELA) teacher Melissa Malland is about to become a published author.Malland has co-authored a book with bestselling author Kate Butler.
  • 'Nurture by Nature' Takes Root at Intermediate South

    July 6, 2021-- In 2018, Intermediate South was selected for the Whole School, Whole Child, Whole Community (WSCC) health grant from the NJ Department of Health and regional funder EmPOWeR Somerset.
  • FREE Summer Tech, Enrichment Programs Being Offered

    June 25, 2021-- Students in grades 6-12 are invited to apply for Toms River Regional Schools FREE TR:Tech virtual summer coding camps. All camps run Monday through Thursday July 26-August 5.
  • Graduation Day 2021

    June 21, 2021 -- After what has been a challenging year, we are excited to celebrate our district's graduates! There will be a live stream of the intermediate and high school graduations, which can be accessed on this page.
  • Middle School Bound!

    Congratulations, 5th graders!  Best of luck next year in intermediate school!
  • HSE Girls Track Compete in Meet of Champions

    June 21, 2021-- The performance of High School East girls track at the sectionals and State Championships earned the team and some of its individual members a chance to compete at the Meet of Champions this past weekend.
  • TRuths of TR Project

    Ms. Eleneski, High School NorthGrowing up as the oldest kid, I was a perfectionist, overachiever, and argued so often with my parents that my mom always told me I should be a lawyer.
  • High School East Chorus Ends Year on High Note

    June 17, 2021-- The High School East chorus held its spring choral concert this week, a virtual showcase of two classic works. Led by teacher Michael Phillips, students performed "Omnia Sol" by Z.
  • Mental Health Awareness in the Bag for District Students

    June 14, 2021-- Earlier this year, Toms River Regional Schools revealed its #TRCares campaign to support mental health. The #TRCares website provides multiple, critical, and local resources for students, including a Youth Counseling Program (YCP) being funded by the H.
  • Courtney Norcross Named Arts Champion by Young Audiences

    June 11, 2021-- Silver Bay Elementary School Supervisor of Instruction Courtney Norcross has been named Arts Champion Educator of the Year by Young Audiences of New Jersey & Eastern Pennsylvania.
  • Schools Cheer Their Girls on the Run During 5k Race

    June 11, 2021-- A student becomes emotional after completing the Girls on the Run 5k race as she's awarded her medal. Yesterday, girls at elementary schools throughout the district who participated in the Girls on the Run program this year completed the culminating 5k road race, as their coaches, teachers, school and district leaders, and families came out in droves to cheer them on.
  • Int South Student National Winner in Poster Contest

    June 10, 2021 -- Aniya Miller, 6th grader at Intermediate South, was recognized as a national winner in the MS-ISAC Cybersecurity Awareness Poster Contest!
  • Circle of Friends Celebration Event Held at HSE

    June 9, 2021 -- High School East held its Circle of Friends Celebration Event on Monday, June 7.  During the annual event-- which was not held last year due to the pandemic-- teachers come together to develop and implement a safe, friendly, and welcoming environment that allows special needs students to enjoy a fun day out of the classroom filled with food, music, dancing, a photo booth, and games.
  • Summer Enrichment Programs Being Offered!

    June 8, 2021 -- This year, students in grades 6-11 have the opportunity to participate in a variety of Summer Enrichment Programs! Topics include coding, outdoor adventure, vocal music, graphic novels, and more.
  • High School Students Host Mock Trial

    The political and legal education classes of all three high schools hosted a mock trial June 8, which was adjudicated by the Honorable Judge Therese Cunningham, and held at Toms River Municipal Court.
  • First Summer Meals Program to Launch at the Ocean County YMCA

    In partnership with Toms River Regional Schools
  • Dart Coalition, OCL, TRPD Team Up for Drug and Alcohol Awareness Program

    Sponsored by the Municipal Alliance of Toms River and with funding from the Governor's Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, "Truth & Consequences: A Real-World Discussion on Teen Substance Use and Underage Drinking" will be hosted at Ocean County Library Nov. 14.
  • Nominate a Teacher for the VFW Teacher of the Year!

    The Veterans of Foreign Wars District 12 wants to recognize teachers who promote civic responsibility, patriotism, and community volunteer projects. Use the attached form and submit your entry by midnight October 31st, 2019.
  • HSN All-Class Reunion is July 13

    At Baker's Water Street Bar & Grille

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