Recent News

  • Back-to-Back Division Titles for Intermediate East Baseball

    Congratulations to the Intermediate East baseball team, which finished the season undefeated at 12-0 and captured its second straight division title. Coaches Mike Oizerowicz and Joe Arminio expressed deep pride in their players, many of whom made quite a run during last year's Little League World Series as part of Toms River East's team.
  • Potential Future Musicians Test Drive Instruments

    May 24, 2022-- The district continued one of its coolest programs yesterday, allowing potential band and orchestra members to play around, literally.The Instrument Test Drive is an opportunity for students to test drive a variety of musical instruments, meet teachers and students involved in music, and ask questions about joining band and orchestra.
  • High School North Auditorium Named for Maria Ressa

    The following story was written by High School North graduate and Monmouth University communications student Maggie Downs.May 23, 2022-- Maria Ressa, Nobel Peace Prize winner and Toms River Schools alum, was celebrated today at Toms River High School North during the dedication of the school’s auditorium being named in her honor.
  • South Softball Hosts Tourney to Benefit Former Star Player

    May 23, 2022-- High School South’s softball team—fresh off its Ocean County title—hosted a tournament May 21 which transcended the sport. The One Team, One Dream, Let’s Find a Cure tournament served as a benefit to raise money for former HSS softball star Danielle Gabriel, who is currently battling breast cancer.
  • North Dover Math Team Takes First in County Competition

    May 19, 2022-- Each year, the Ocean County Math League provides students with an opportunity to compete in county-wide math contests designed by teachers and administrators.
  • Walnut Street Student Takes Genius Hour Project to Next Level

    May 18, 2022-- When Walnut Street Elementary School fifth-grade teacher Christina Millington opened up Genius Hour projects to her students, Jerrick Sevilla already had his topic of interest in mind: space shuttles.
  • WSS Teachers Win TREA Pride Grant

    May 17, 2022 -- Washington Street School says a big thank you to the Toms River Education Association! Mrs. Jubert and Mrs. Anderson both applied and received the TREA Pride Grant for their classes at the school.
  • Intermediate East Captures Win at TR Relays

    Three intermediate track teams from each school competed yesterday at High School South in the Toms River Relay Championships, the brainchild of the brothers Austin.
  • SPEAR-IT of Celebration at South for CTE Program

    May 12, 2022-- Project SPEAR-IT (South’s Pre-Vocational Educational Alternatives Resource Institute) was founded as a result of the Youth Career Pathways grant from the United Way of Monmouth and Ocean Counties (UWMOC), and has been hosted at High School South since 2019.
  • ELC Celebrates Literacy With Beloved Children's Books

    May 12, 2022 -- Classes in the Early Learning Center at 1144 Hooper Avenue have been studying and reading books written by Eric Carle. Each class then created a project that reflected a different book written by the well-known children's author.
  • Blaszka's No-Hitter Helps South Win Ocean County Title

    May 12, 2022-- High School South's softball team beat Southern 1-0 in the Ocean County Tournament championship game, earning the program its first title since 1990.
  • Sustainable Jersey Grant Will Fund New Courtyard at HSN

    High School North has been named the recipient of a $10,000 grant from Sustainable Jersey for Schools for its proposal to construct the OurSpace Courtyard, a student-driven project that will overhaul the school’s existing courtyard and transform it into a space for students to cultivate and exhibit their design and life skills, promote art and inclusivity, and take a mental health break from the rigors of the school day.
  • United Way, Colossus Media Group Highlight Project SPEAR-IT

    May 5, 2022-- A few weeks ago, Colossus Media Group-- on behalf of the United Way of Monmouth and Ocean Counties-- visited High School South to produce a mini-documentary about Project SPEAR-IT, the impactful CTE program.
  • Student Recognized as Unsung Hero

    May 5, 2022 -- Congratulations to High School East senior Nicole Rosas for being the recipient of the "Unsung Hero" Student Recognition Award from the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office.
  • Dance Academy Rumbas to Manasquan for Latin-Inspired Lessons

    May 5, 2022-- High School North's Dance Academy students attended a Latin lesson at the Fred Astaire Dance Studio in Manasquan on Monday, May 2. Students participated in a warm up, Rumba combo, and some salsa partner work.
  • Spooky Assignment Earns Plaudits for HSS Student

    May 4, 2022-- Way back in October, High School South English teacher Mary Wyckoff assigned her students a spooky narrative, an opportunity to honor the season by creating a scary story.
  • German Club Back in DC After Two-Year Hiatus

    May 3, 2022-- High School South's German Club took a trip to Washington, DC April 30, an annual trip that took a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. While in the capital they visited the International Spy Museum, ate an authentic German meal at Old Europe restaurant, then had free time to check out the monuments.
  • Rothman Orthopaedics Partners with TRRS on Naming Rights to Sports Complex

    Alexander R. Vaccaro, MD, PhD, MBA, President of Rothman Orthopaedic Institute, publicly stated that the organization—long renowned for its work in musculoskeletal health and medicine, and local to the area—wanted to connect to its communities through high school sports.
  • Huge Starting Salary Increase Approved for District Bus Drivers

    April 29, 2022-- At its public board meeting April 27, the Toms River School Board approved a significant increase in starting salaries in hopes of luring more bus drivers to the district, and to combat the state and national driver shortage.
  • OCC, TRRS Working Together to Reach Military Families

    Ocean County is home to 40,000 U.S. veterans, which is the highest number by county in all of New Jersey. It’s one of the reasons that Toms River Township will be home to a new, 68,000-square-foot VA Clinic to be completed by 2023.
  • North Dover Student Recognized for Bravery

    April 28, 2022-- At the April 27 board meeting, North Dover fifth grader Lilly Bossow was recognized for her display of bravery, concern, and kindness when her bus driver experienced a medical episode.
  • Annual Earth Day Cleanup at West Dover

    April 25, 2022-- Prior to spring break, students at West Dover Elementary cleaned the school's grounds in honor of Earth Day, which was April 23. It was the thirteenth straight year the school hosted its annual Earth Day cleanup event, and as always, students led the way and did a fantastic job.
  • 26th Annual Induction Hall of Fame Banquet

    To be held on Sunday, May 22nd, 2022 @ noon. Clarion Hotel and Conference Center, Toms River.
  • Field of Dreams Gets its First Test Run

    April 8, 2022-- Field of Dreams, the project envisioned by High School North teacher Christian Kane, experienced its first test today. With a bright sun and the hum of construction vehicles on the outskirts of the play area working to fully complete the project, High School East students receiving special services were bused in to try out the fully-inclusive playground area.
  • Junior Chefs Compete for Healthy Sandwich Crown

    April 8, 2022-- When Food Services Director Jeff Hanaway came aboard at the beginning of the 2021-2022 school year, he knew that one of the initiatives he wanted to implement was a junior chef competition.
  • 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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