Recent News

  • Project SPEAR-IT Lives On

    From measuring to cutting with multiple tools, a student at High School South shows what Project SPEAR-IT is all about, and why the career and technical program is rapidly gaining in popularity throughout the school, even during a pandemic.
  • Communication Board Aids Students While Outdoors

    April 13, 2021 -- With a focus on inclusivity, Beachwood Elementary students were welcomed back with a new addition to the playground. In collaboration with the Autism teachers and Speech Pathologists, Principal Kim Muir and Supervisor Jim Klass constructed a communication board as a tool for non-verbal students to use while outdoors.
  • 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.
  • Upcoming Workshop Will Have Kindergarten Parents Ready 2 Rock

    April 12, 2021-- Ready 2 Rock Kindergarten is a workshop targeting parents of incoming kindergarten students for the 2021-2022 school year. During this virtual presentation, parents will learn ways to incorporate math into their everyday lives, learn about the phonics program, discuss and learn some multi-sensory strategies in order to strengthen and develop reading skills, and learn ways to ease a child's anxiety about starting school.
  • Jersey Shore Science Fair Winners Announced

    April 1, 2021 -- Congratulations to all of the students who participated in the Stockton University (Virtual) Science Fair.  Students submitted their projects for judging in the Jersey Shore Science Fair after participating in the virtual science club and presenting their projects in front of a panel of TRRS educators.
  • Citta Students Test Chemical Reactions

    April 1, 2021 -- ELLs (English Language Learners) in grades 3 and 4 at Citta Elementary School recently learned about weather and chemical reactions.
  • Free Meals Program Transitions to Take-Home Meal Kits

    March 29, 2021-- Beginning this Thursday, April 1, the free meals for which all students are eligible will be in the form of convenient kits."The free meal kits being provided are shelf-stable, peanut-free, and meet state and federal guidelines for nutrition," said Food Services Director Peter Brattan.
  • 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.
  • ESL Family Night a Star-Studded Event

    March 29, 2021-- The English as a Second Language (ESL) Department hosted its second district-wide virtual family night on March 25. Families were invited to attend a live-streamed space show hosted by “Captain Cara,” (also known as Cara Muscio, Planetarium Director) from the Robert J.
  • Salvation Army, Walnut Street Coat Community With Goodies

    Toms River Regional Schools partnered with Walnut Street Elementary and the Salvation Army to provide free coats, Easter baskets, and refreshments to the community.
  • Wildcats in Space!

    This past fall,  twenty-three 5th graders at Walnut Street Elementary were selected to participate in Club Invention, which is sponsored by the National Inventors Hall of Fame.
  • Citta Schools Students on How to Ride Bus Safely

    March 24, 2021-- Joseph A. Citta Elementary School produced a video to teach students the bus expectations at the school. Teachers will show it to students later this week, and Principal Shannon Brown will include it in her family newsletter this weekend.
  • 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.
  • Sustainable Jersey Grant Will Fund Food Crop Science Initiative

    March 19, 2021: Authentic Science Research (ASR) Director Christine Girtain certainly proposes the most interesting projects, and her latest venture again caught the attention of-- and earned support from-- Sustainable Jersey for Schools.
  • IE Students Recognized for Being Positive Role Models

    March 19, 2021 -- Congratulations to the following Intermediate East students who were recognized by the Toms River Police Department as being positive role models at the school.
  • Grant Purchases Instruments to Diversify Music Program

    March 19, 2021 -- Students were excited to try out the new instruments that Beachwood Elementary received as part of the Foundation for Impact on Literacy and Learning grant.
  • Rachel Ignotofsky to Meet With Students March 25

    March 18, 2021-- As planned, New York Times best-selling author Rachel Ignotofsky will kick off NEA Big Read and cap off Women's History Month with a special guest appearance for Toms River Regional Schools students March 25 at 1 p.
  • 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.
  • MARCH 24 Marked as Day to Call, Email State Officials

    Toms River Regional Schools’ fight to restore the millions in state funding lost as a result of Bill S2, and its effort to revise the funding formula on which the bill is based, began in 2017.
  • Secondary Students Advance to More In-Person Learning

    March 15, 2021 -- Today, secondary level students were welcomed back to more in-person learning by advancing to a four half days per week schedule.
  • 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.
  • IN Science Club Members Submit Projects to JSSF

    Since October, students in the Science Club at Intermediate North have been working on individual science projects on their own time, outside of school hours.
  • West Dover Families Participate in Virtual Workshops

    March 10, 2021 -- West Dover Elementary School students and their families had the opportunity to participate in a wide range of virtual family nights offered by the school during the month of March.
  • TRuths of TR Project

    Paige, High School NorthMost of what I have learned about my mom has been through pictures and stories from other family members. Her name was Kimberly.
  • 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

Community Interest

  • TOMS RIVER POLICE SUMMER 2020 CAMP

    The camp is for current 6th through 8th grade Toms River students. The camp is from July 20-24 from 8:30 am-3:00 pm. Campers must supply their own gym clothes/sneakers and lunch for the week. More information is on the application found in our intermediate school main offices or you can email Sergeant Gene Bachonski at gbachonski@trpolice.org if you have any questions.

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