Curriculum and Instruction Mission

The Toms River Regional Schools curriculum creates the structure to help students master learning standards using a research-based approach that drives student inquiry, encourages creativity, and prepares students for college, careers, and life. Every course is driven by the belief that students need to acquire and expand critical thinking skills, and apply knowledge and skills to real world problems across a wide range of content areas. In addition to strong content, social-emotional elements like social awareness, self management, responsible decision making, relationship skills, independence, accountability, and motivation are built into each curriculum.

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What's New

  • UWMOC Renews Covid Relief Program at Cedar Grove

    Feb. 23, 2021-- The Extended-Day Covid Relief program at Cedar Grove Elementary School served about 50 students this past fall, providing reading and ELA interventions to students most impacted by the lack of in-person instruction during the Covid-19 pandemic.
  • TREF Makes Artistic Donation to District

    The Toms River Education Foundation made its second donation to the district's art program in the form of $5,000 to support students in their artistic endeavors.
  • Exercise is Elementary in This Easy-to-Follow Routine

    Silver Bay teachers Michelle Aromando and Julie Dippolito, with the support of Citta School Supervisor of Instruction Christopher Blessing, who also oversees elementary-level physical education and health, spearheaded a project which recruited PE teachers from all TRRS elementary schools to create 30 second exercise clips with 15 second breaks in-between.
  • Deadline Extended for Career Academy Applications

    Jan. 4, 2021 -- Attention grade 8 students!  The deadline to apply to the Career Academies (Business, Performing Arts, and STEAM) has been extended to January 8, 2021!
  • Career Academy Open Houses!

    Nov. 23, 2020 -- Toms River Regional Schools invites parents/guardians of grade 8 students to join us for our virtual Career Academy open houses.
  • Tech Experts, Partners, Prizes Boost First-Ever TR Hackathon

    Nov. 23, 2020-- Secondary students from across Toms River Regional Schools and up and down the state gathered virtually this past weekend for the first large-scale Hackathon, a virtual event made possible through the TR:TechReady program funded by the Office of Naval Research.
  • Sign Up for TR Hackathon Which Begins Nov. 20

    Nov. 19, 2020-- Calling all creative problem solvers, coders, STEAM makers and artists, families and friends, individuals and groups of up to five. Because Toms River Regional Schools ONR TR:TechReady Hackathon is this weekend!
  • Dual Enrollment with OCC a Huge Plus for TRRS Students, Parents

    High school students at Toms River Regional Schools will have ample opportunities to get a head start on their collegiate careers thanks to an expanded partnership between the district and Ocean County College.
  • Learn About the High School Career Academies!

    Nov. 12, 2020 -- Toms River Regional Schools is proud to present grade 8 students and parents/guardians with this flyer that contains video presentations from our high school career academies: Business, STEAM and Arts.
  • Student’s Bee Project Earns Top Honors from AEOP

    Oct. 16, 2020-- Kaitlyn Culbert—last seen winning first place at the Jersey Shore Science Fair and Delaware Valley Science Fair while at Intermediate North—is now a student a High School North.

Rachel Cicala

Rachel Cicala

Director of Elementary Curriculum

rcicala@trschools.com

732-505-5500

John Green

John Green

Director of Student Services

jgreen@trschools.com

732-505-5550

Estee Mailot

Estee Mailot, Ed.D.

Director of Secondary Curriculum & Instruction 

emailot@trschools.com

Cara DiMeo
Assistant Superintendent

cdimeo@trschools.com

732-505-5500


Rich Fastnacht

Assistant Superintendent 

rfastnacht@trschools.com

732-505-5500


Jay Attiya

Director of Technology
jattiya@trschools.com