News and Events

  • High School North Wins AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award

    High School North has earned the College Board AP® Computer Science Female Diversity Award for achieving high female representation in AP Computer Science A.
  • Donation, Dedicated Teachers Help Restore Young Adult Program

    Rachel Barry, who teaches special education classes for 18- to 21-year olds at High School East, watched with pride on Monday as the Toms River Young Adults (TRYA) program that she re-envisioned and reinvigorated took place at the Ocean County YMCA.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Intermediate East Gives a Salute Ahead of Memorial Day

    May 25, 2021 -- In observance of Memorial Day, Toms River Intermediate East band and orchestra students, under the direction of Mrs. Jill Milkovitz-Lovinfosse and Mrs.
  • Happy National Nurses Day!

    May 6, 2021 -- Principal Pat Thomas thanked the nurses at High School East with the following message: Nurses Appreciation Day is officially Thursday, May 6 this year.
  • Local Film Gains Attention as Coach Frank Nears 900th Win

    April 13, 2021-- South Baseball - The Spirit of Winning, from Toms River filmmaker Sandra Levine, focuses on High School South baseball coach Ken Frank, and is getting considerable additional exposure right now as Coach Frank approaches his 900th career win.
  • Share.Ea(s)t.Repeat Initiative Provides Tasty Stories

    Share.Ea(s)t.Repeat was a community initiative at High School East that focused on creating positive connections between staff and students through one topic that unites everyone: food.
  • District 'Rocks Socks' for World Down Syndrome Day

    March 22, 2021 -- Each year since 2006, World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD) has been globally observed on March 21. This date has significance since it is the 21st day of the 3rd month, and represents the uniqueness of the triplication of the 21st chromosome which causes Down syndrome.
  • HSE Raising Awareness for World Down Syndrome Day

    March 17, 2021 -- Each year since 2006, World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD) has been globally observed on March 21. This date has significance since it is the 21st day of the 3rd month, and represents the uniqueness of the triplication of the 21st chromosome which causes Down syndrome.
  • District Working to Vaccinate Teachers, Staff

    In a message sent March 5, Superintendent Thomas Gialanella informed all Toms River Regional Schools staff members that the district was working to have them vaccinated, and soon.
  • CDC Releases Vaccination Info for Teachers

    The fact sheet answers questions about the federal retail pharmacy program, eligibility, and more.
  • Read Across America Day Celebrated Across District

    March 2, 2021 -- As students and staff in the district's 12 elementary schools transitioned to 4 half days of learning for all students this week, there were many fun activities, special story times, and dress up days planned around Read Across America Day.
  • Cross-Curricular Literacy Grant Awarded to Science Teacher

    Jan. 21, 2021 -- Kyle Seiverd, a science teacher at Toms River High School North, was awarded a $500 grant from The Foundation for Impact on Literacy and Learning.
  • Holiday Performances From Around the District!

    Dec. 21, 2020 -- Be sure to check out some of the festive holiday performances by students from all over the district. The students performed together virtually in order to share their talents at this special time of year.
  • ELC Students Send Cards to Troops in Germany

    Dec. 21, 2020 -- Students in the Early Learning Center at 1144 Hooper Avenue wrote and decorated holiday cards to send to troops stationed in Germany.
  • There's 'Snow' Place Like STRE

    Dec. 8, 2020 -- The staff at South Toms River Elementary worked together to transform the school's hallways into a Winter Wonderland as they welcomed back students to the building on Monday, 12/7.
  • Mural Brings Staff Together at Beachwood

    Nov. 30, 2020 -- Since October, the staff of Beachwood Elementary has been working hard on a community mural to spread joy and positivity throughout the halls.
  • High School South Science Teacher Published in Bio Journal

    May 20, 2020-- High School South science teacher Emily Schmidt is now published.The article to which she contributed her research and expertise-- "A small molecule G6PD inhibitor reveals immune dependence on pentose phosphate pathway"-- has been published in Nature Chemical Biology (2020).
  • District Works With Integrity to Add Tele-Health Services for Employees

    March 25, 2020-- Toms River Regional Schools has taken another step to modify its practices in support of its staff and school community as COVID-19 continues to disrupt traditional models.
  • Year's Top Educators Honored

    The 2019-2020 Teachers of the Year and Educational Services Professionals of the Year were recognized during the February 19, 2020 Board of Education meeting.
  • 'Stick It to Cancer' Event at Walnut Street

    This past week, Walnut Street Elementary "Stuck It to Cancer" while sticking Principal Fastnacht to the wall! All proceeds raised will benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and Walnut Street's very own, Mr.
  • New Concepts, Tech Tools Introduced During PD Day

    On Monday, February 17th, educators throughout Toms River Regional Schools participated in a day of district-wide professional development. Educators began their day targeting building goals and training on equity.
  • Debut Book By East Dover Supervisor Explores Our Creative Potential

    Update (Feb. 25): JoAnn Nocera's book is now available.Jan. 28, 2020-- JoAnn Nocera excitedly opens a binder full of pictures and projects she’s accumulated over the years of her life as a mother, teacher, and, now, the supervisor of instruction at East Dover Elementary School.
  • Year's Top Educators Honored

    The Board of Education and community celebrated this year's 38 recipients of the NJ Governor's Educator of the Year award on February 26, 2019, representing all 18 schools as well as our Early Learning Center.

Human Resources Services      

For Long Term Care Insurance information, please contact:

Edward Meglis
1-800-375-1133 x2066

Tim Kelly

The Employee Assistance Resources Program is a confidential advisory and referral program available to you and your family members without charge. It is designed to assist employees who are experiencing personal, family, or work-related problems. Call 1-800-300-0628

On May 2, 2008, the Family Leave Insurance (FLI) was signed into law effective July 1, 2009. Please note that on May 15, 2019, the State changed their procedure to file. The school system no longer needs to submit information at the time of your application. In order to obtain a claim form, please visit the NJ Department of Labor's website at Once you are directed to the site, click on the Family Leave Insurance tab. At this point you have the choice to submit your claim online or print out the application and submit it to the State. 

To submit your application online, look to the right hand column and follow the prompts.

To print out a form and submit it via fax or email, scroll down to general information and how to apply. 

 Contact Information   

Human Resources

Yamila Gordon, HR Generalist (Non-Certified Staff)

Ext. 500073

Maureen Cummings, HR Generalist (Attendance) 

Ext. 500071

Dawn Radetich, Senior HR Generalist (Certified Staff)

 Ext. 500072 

Megan Osborn, Director of Human Resources

Ext. 500070

Employee Benefits

Kathy Aimes, Employee Benefits Coordinator

 Ext. 500110

Lyn O'Neill, Employee Benefits Coordinator

 Ext. 500112