Toms River Regional Schools has scheduled three regional meetings to further discuss its Rebuilding our Schools Initiative. The district is hopeful the community will approve, through a Jan. 22, 2019 referendum vote, to repair and restore facilities at its 18 school buildings, three outbuildings, and grounds across its 52 square miles.
Three regional public meetings have been scheduled in advance of the Jan. 22 vote. Jan. 3, 2019: East Side Regional meeting at High School East auditorium, 6:30 - 8 p.m. Jan. 7, 2019: North Side Regional meeting at High School North auditorium, 6:30 - 8 p.m. Jan. 8, 2019: South Side Regional meeting at High School South auditorium, 6:30 - 8 p.m.
The state wants to strip our district of $70 million over the next six years, but we're fighting back for our students and community. The Save Our Students! parent-led petition needs your signature! Please take two minutes to sign if you have not already.
Video Presentation with Superintendent, Mr. Healy and Business Administrator, Mr. Doering offering an urgent message.
Inspire TR: Special Education Parent Advisory Group
Creating a New Reality Together
New Information arrives as Toms River Regional Schools continues fight to restore state funding.
Important Information pertaining to the Bond Referendum and ESIP (Energy Savings Improvement Program).
Important Information for Early Registration
Toms River Regional students showed off their artistic talents at Ocean County Library's Youth Art Reception on March 5th.
At the February 21st board meeting, the Toms River Board of Education and the district's administrative team proudly recognized and awarded the Teachers and Educational Services Professionals of the Year from our 18 schools and Early Learning Center.
Congratulations to all of the 2017-2018 awardees!
For a second consecutive year, Toms River Regional Schools has been selected by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to receive hundreds of thousands of dollars in rebates as part of the EPA’s Clean Diesel Rebate Program. For the 2017-2018 school year, the district has been awarded up to $200,000 in rebate funding to replace 10 of its older buses with more fuel-efficient 2018 models.
Toms River Regional Schools district employees celebrated Valentine’s Day by showing love for Puerto Rico with a Jeans Day and bake sale fundraiser.
A series of school-based Town Hall style meetings began February 6th, and will continue through March 27th.
Sustainable Jersey for Schools and the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) announced that Toms River High School South and Intermediate East have been awarded $10,000 and $2,000 Sustainable Jersey for Schools grants, respectively.
Toms River Regional Schools accepts the 2017 Distinguished Organization of the Year Award from the Greater Toms River Chamber of Commerce.
During a June 21 press conference on the steps of Toms River High School South, Superintendent David Healy, Board President Ben Giovine, and district Business Administrator William Doering were joined by legislative leaders as they presented a unified voice in opposition of the state’s revised funding plan that was set to cost Toms River Regional Schools $3.3 million. On October 17, thanks to tireless efforts on the part of district leaders, that funding was restored in full.
Updated School Calendar
Toms River Regional Schools issued a letter to district staff, parents, and families offering assurances and reminders about school safety procedures. The district has collaborated with Toms River Police Department and other local law enforcement agencies to release the following joint statement.
Parent letter regarding buses
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