Recent News

  • Highlights From Virtual Learning Week 3

    At High School East, math teacher Katie Goodall's quarterly performance-based assessment (PBA) was focused on polynomials. Students in her Algebra 2 Honors class were instructed to create a portion of a roller coaster for a local theme park using a set of guidelines to draw and answer questions.
  • ASR Students Walk Away Winners at Jersey Shore Science Fair

    April 1, 2020-- Not to be outdone by Intermediate North at the Jersey Shore Science Fair, district high schoolers made the most of their opportunities at the popular event, which went virtual this year.
  • Intermediate North Students Clean Up at Jersey Shore Science Fair

    March 31, 2020-- Intermediate North teachers Katie Keller and Kristin Renkin were prepared to send 42 students to compete in the Jersey Shore Science Fair at Stockton University March 21.
  • #WeAreTRSchoolsInspiration Art Project Seeks to Bring Healing

    March 30, 2020-- While checking her students’ amazing artwork, Cedar Grove art teacher Gina Bisogna was especially surprised by a submission from one of her second graders, Samantha Maresca.
  • Students Enhancing Their Life Skills at Home

    March 26, 2020-- As many seek silver linings amidst the COVID-19 outbreak and the resulting school closures, event cancellations, and quarantines, it seems students across the district may have found one in the form of newly developing skills.
  • Virtual Learning: How's It Going?

    March 24, 2020-- Toms River Regional Schools, along with countless other districts in New Jersey and throughout the country, enacted its Virtual School Day platform effective March 16 in response to COVID-19 and local and national mandates to limit travel and to practice social distancing.
  • Photo Gallery of Virtual Learning

    Indeed the district set a high bar for virtual learning, and we're keeping tabs on its progress through photos. Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for more.
  • Bus Rebates Improve Environment, Budget

    March 18, 2020-- Make it four years straight now for Toms River Regional Schools. The district was selected again to participate in the EPA’s Clean Diesel Rebate Program, this time for $100,000 in rebate funding.
  • District Sets High Bar for (Virtual) Classes

    March 16, 2020-- District schools have closed for at least the next two weeks to help halt the spread of COVID-19 through social distancing, but from both school offices and teachers' homes a robust remote (virtual) learning plan kicked into gear.
  • District Hosts Third Annual Autism Summit

    March 13, 2020-- This week Toms River Regional Schools hosted the third annual Autism Summit for Ocean County. Participants in the summit, held at the 1144 Hooper Avenue business offices, included professionals from Toms River, Lacey, Barnegat, and Berkeley.
  • Student Artwork Displayed During Youth Art Month

    Congratulations to all of the students who exhibited artwork at the Youth Art Month Show hosted by TRRS and the Toms River Ocean County Library. An artist’s reception was held on March 9th and student artwork will be exhibited at the library through the month of March.
  • District Begins 2020 Senate and Assembly Testimonies

    Last year, Toms River Regional Schools leaders, students, board members, and parents testified about state funding cuts at the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee and Assembly Budget Committee hearings.
  • Students Sing in South Jersey Choral Festival

    On Saturday, March 7th, students from East Dover Elementary and Walnut Street Elementary participated in the 37th Annual SJCDA Elementary Choral Festival.
  • With Space Complete, Project SPEAR-IT Takes Off

    March 6, 2020-- At the beginning of the school year, High School South learned that its application for the United Way of Monmouth and Ocean Counties Youth Career Pathways grant was a winner, and that's its vision for Project SPEAR-IT (South’s Pre-Vocational Educational Alternatives Resource Institute) would be realized.
  • Superintendent Healy Releases Preliminary Draft of Budget Cuts

    March 5, 2020-- On the anniversary of the district's first march on Trenton, and in preparation for upcoming senate and assembly budget hearings for the FY 2021 state budget, Superintendent David Healy has issued a letter to the community which includes a preliminary draft of cuts to the 2020-2021 district budget.
  • West Dover Hosts Cupcake Wars

    March 5, 2020-- West Dover Elementary held its inaugural Cupcake Wars this past weekend. Four judges including Principal Mike Pallen, Mrs. Scollan, and Nicole and Amanda from Mandoli's-- the event's sponsor-- tasted more than 30 cupcakes (tough job, huh?
  • Programs Provide Sense of Community at Citta School

    This year, various programs were started at Citta Elementary School to benefit its students and the school community! For example, student volunteers from High School North have been visiting weekly to mentor students and work with the after school Homework Club.
  • District Celebrates Read Across America

    March 2, 2020-- Today is National Read Across America Day, which kicks off a week-long celebration of literacy, creativity, and all things Dr. Seuss. Toms River Regional Schools is taking part with great books, special guests, fun costumes, and more.
  • 'Rockin' Tale of Snow White' Debuts at Walnut Street

    March 2, 2020-- "The Rockin' Tale of Snow White" was performed at Walnut Street Elementary School this past weekend.Mrs. Maureen Hennelly and the Walnut Street PTO have been leading the way on school plays for the past 21 years.
  • State Visits District for QSAC Evaluation

    Feb. 27, 2020-- Yesterday and today, representatives from the New Jersey Department of Education visited the district as part of its Quality Single Accountability Continuum (QSAC).
  • Beyond Vocational School

    Feb. 24, 2020-- An engineering student uses a computer-assisted drafting application to design a widget, then uploads it to a lasercutter to create a model from wood.
  • High School South Shot Put Teams Place First

    High School South's boys and girls shot put teams placed first at the NJSIAA Group 3 Relay Championships. Vanessa Wood threw the shot 35' 1/4" and Berlin Ortiz threw 33' 8" for a combined throw of 68'  and 8 1/4".
  • Intermediate North Science Fair a Global Attraction

    Feb. 21, 2020-- Intermediate North hosted its Science Fair Feb. 4. The event was facilitated by a team of educators led by Mrs. Kathleen Keller and judged by TRRS high school students and guest judges from local industries like Gino Sciorilli, a longtime supporter of the district’s science and robotics programs.
  • 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

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    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 if you have any questions.

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