• TRFC1 Visits West Dover During Fire Prevention Month

    October 21, 2019 -- Toms River Fire Company #1 visited West Dover Elementary School as part of Fire Prevention Month. The goal was to raise awareness about fire safety and share tips with students on how to stay safe in an emergency.
  • Students Present 'I Rise to Learn' Program

    At High School East, "I Rise to Learn" is a series of student-led presentations born from the school's commitment to its mission and values. The presentations emphasize the pivotal role that daily attendance and education plays in a student's life.
  • Walnut Street Families Enjoy Fall Festival

    This week, the PBSIS (Positive Behavior Support in Schools) Committee and the Walnut Street PTO held the first-ever Walnut Street Fall Festival. Wildcat families had the opportunity to take a hayride and pick and decorate a pumpkin.
  • Silver Bay Plants Pinwheels for Peace

    In today’s world, peace needs to become more than just a word. On September 20, Silver Bay Elementary School took part in an international art and literacy project, Pinwheels for Peace.
  • Burlington Donates $10k to Walnut Street for Classroom Supplies

    Burlington Stores, Inc., through its partnership with a national non-profit organization, AdoptAClassroom.org, donated $10,000 to Walnut Street Elementary School in celebration of its new store opening on Hooper Avenue in Toms River.
  • Pete the Cat Grooves at PB Literacy Night

    September 18, 2019 --  Pine Beach students and their families had a wonderful time grooving with Pete the Cat during the school's Literacy Night and Book Fair.
  • PBSIS Program Going Strong at Walnut Street

    September 16, 2019 -- Last week, students at Walnut Street Elementary learned what it means to "Roar with Pride!" Members of the Walnut Street PBSIS (Positive Behavior Support in Schools) Committee took the time to teach students expectations associated with school, including the bus.
  • Design & Engineering Activity at Intermediate North

    September 12, 2019 -- Students of cycle 81 at Intermediate North reviewed the engineering and design process by attempting to construct towers made up of 20 pieces of spaghetti and 1 meter of masking tape that could support a large marshmallow.
  • School Safety Top Priority as New School Year Begins

    In a continued partnership with local law enforcement agencies, members of the Toms River Police Department conducted active shooter training at High School East on September 3rd with the Toms River Regional School District's security team including school resource officers (SROs), Class III and Class II officers, and school safety officers.
  • Orientations Underway for New Students

    Aug. 26, 2019-- Schools are welcoming new students with orientations that include tours, presentations, performances (left), and meet-and-greets. Last week, High School North hosted an orientation for its freshmen class, and today Intermediate East invited incoming sixth graders and their families.
  • NYC Hosts Girls for Day of Empowerment Through Tech

    Last week, Aug. 7, young women ages 11 through 18 from Toms River Regional Schools boarded a bus bound for Grand Central Station, NYC. The #ForUsGirls excursion was a continuum of the summer Girls CodeCamp and the district’s broader initiative-- through TR:TechReady-- to introduce girls to coding and computer programming, fields where females are traditionally underrepresented.
  • Navy-Funded Girls CS Camp Builds Interest in Coding

    Funded by the second year of a grant from the Office of Naval Research, nearly 30 young women from Toms River Regional’s secondary schools were introduced to computer science (CS) through personalized hands-on projects at a camp run July 15-18, 2019 at Toms River High School North.
  • Second Summer for Peer Leadership Camp

    July 11, 2019-- Last year, Toms River Regional Schools kicked off its first Peer Leadership summer camp, which was a huge success. This week, incoming fifth-grade students from the district’s 12 elementary schools were invited to participate in the second annual Peer Leadership Camp.
  • HSS's Habitat for Humanity Chapter Makes Donation

    On June 19, student members of Toms River High School South's chapter of Habitat for Humanity, under the guidance of club adviser, Charlene Wallace, celebrated a year-long effort of fundraising and community awareness by presenting the Northern Ocean County Habitat for Humanity a $3,000 donation to help fund current and future projects.
  • Graduation Day 2019

    June 20, 2019-- The Board of Education, Superintendent David Healy, administrators, and staff congratulate the 2019 graduating classes of the Toms River Regional Schools.
  • Toms River Central Ocean Rotary Awards Scholarships

    June 19, 2019-- Superintendent David Healy joined Toms River Board of Education Vice President Russell Corby and Board President Joe Nardini at the Toms River Central Ocean Rotary Scholarship lunch, where proud graduates received five $1,500 scholarships and seven laptop grants.
  • 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.

TV 21 Educational Access