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  • National School Nurse Day

    Today we honor our extraordinary school nurses, Ms. Stephanie Sincavage and Ms. Denice Schnack by celebrating National School Nurse Day. This is the day we honor all school nurses who care for our students in the schools every day. School nurses promote learning through healthy children.
  • "Holding Out"

    Mr. Loeffler has two outstanding students in his Concert Choir class. Alessandra Regenye and Angelina Amato took second place for their original song, "Holding Out," which the duo performed as part of the virtual Prevention Concert last Friday on ShoutDownDrugs.com. The event was presented by the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey's Your Song! Your Voice! Shout Down Drugs New Jersey music competition, supported by 95.9 WRAT and the New Jersey Broadcasters Association. Click for more information
  • Spring Fleet Championship!

    Congratulations to the HS North Sailing team on winning the Spring Fleet Championship last week. They competed against 13 other NJ teams at Toms River Yacht Club. With this win, our sailors move on to compete for a spot in the national championships. Anchors Aweigh! New members are welcome, if you are interested in becoming part of this amazing team, please contact Mrs. Vasslides @ MValsslides@trschools.com
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  • Replay It Again Sam...

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  • You mean I can have TWO?!

    The Administration and the Staff-Parent Organization recognized Teacher Appreciation Day by providing the teaching staff with a bagel breakfast!
  • Dance Academy Celebrity Guest

    Paulette Ashkenazie has been teaching in the tri-state area for over the past 10 years, specializing in hip-hop and street jazz. She has trained at the Broadway Dance Center, while working with NYC’s top Choreographers. She has performed for many live events, tv shows, music videos and movies, including Pepsi and Uber Super Bowl halftime show, 92.3 Amp Radio Station, Dr. Oz, NYC’s Carnival, Galaxy by Harvic clothing commercial, recording artist Chris Porter and most recently choreographed and performed in New York and LA fashion week 2018.
  • Don't Miss The 50th Anniversary Edition of The Captain's Log

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  • Songs for a New World

    Congratulations to senior Thomas Vice! The NJ Thespian All-State Show, Songs for a New World, was selected for Educational Theatre Association's ITF Main Stage. New Jersey has NEVER been selected for this prestigious honor! On behalf of all Mariners, we are so proud of Thomas representing Toms River North HS in such a positive manner.
  • Arbor Day

    Mr. Seiverd's science classes got out into the fresh air and planted trees for Arbor Day. The trees were donated by the Ocean County Shade Foundation and through a grant from the Jane Goodall Institute.
  • State Wrestling Finalist!

    Congratulations to Coach Wilbert and John O'Donnell for the phenomenal run in this year's NJSIAA State Wrestling Tournament. John, a two time regional champion, was a finalist in the heavyweight division. The O'Donnells are no stranger to Mariner Wrestling as brothers Ryan and Pat were also part of the winning tradition. John will be attending Rutgers University in the fall. Well done John and all the best with your plans for the future!
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  • FBLA Students are the best!

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  • April Captain's Log

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  • April Students of the Month!

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  • Spring has Sprung!

    Mr. Seiverd's Biology class enjoyed a social distanced class in the outdoor classroom at High School North. The outdoor classroom was made possible with grant funding through the collaborative efforts of Mr. Seiverd, Sustainable NJ and NJEA.
  • Staff Member of the Month

    Congratulations to our April Staff Member of the Month, Mr. Brian Lomer! Click to find out more information.
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  • Teen Arts Festival

    Congratulations to TRN Arts Academy junior Diana Ferullo and senior Michael Indovina for being chosen to represent Ocean County at the State Teen Arts Festival! Art teacher,Joyce Houlihan, is very impressed that Diana and Michael were able to overcome all obstacles and submit their art work virtually. "This is an extraordinary accomplishment, I am so proud of them!"
  • Cream of the Crop!

    Lady Mariner soccer coach, Mr. Thomas Miller, is pleased to announce that senior Cameron Kennett has been selected to play in this year's prestigious "High School All American Game" on May 29 in St. Louis, Missouri! Congratulations Cameron for being recognized as one of the country's elite players. Go Mariners!
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  • A Night to Remember

    Congratulations to the Girls Volleyball team for defeating the Lacey Lions last night at home. The Lady Mariners won at all three levels, Freshman, Junior Varsity and Varsity, making it extra special for the seniors, Emily Shea, Gianna Papanikolas and Ashley Rosano on their "Senior Night".
  • Celebrate the Mouse Video Essay Competition

    Katie Culbert won 2nd place in the National Celebrate the Mouse Competition sponsored by AALAS (American Association for Laboratory Animal Science Foundation) The Challenge: Create an original video essay explaining how you, a family member, friend, or pet have benefited from medical discoveries made possible thanks to work conducted with mice in biomedical research.
  • A Killer Party: Murder Mystery Musical

    This year you can watch our musical movie from the comfort of your own home! Pop some popcorn and relax on the couch while you watch the hilarity of this murder mystery! Our company spent over 50 hours filming this incredible piece of art. We hope that you join us in figuring out who the killer is! Click to learn more...
  • A PLE Gathering

    Students from the HSS and HSN Political and Legal Education classes gathered at Town Hall last Thursday and Friday to participate in New Jersey Model Congress. TR students joined virtually with other students from across the state for this authentic learning experience.
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  • Overcoming Obstacles

    Congratulations to the members of the Boy's Track team who qualified for the Shore Conference Championships! (L-R) Jack Cordiano (1600), Jordan Grey (400) Kenny Warner (Hurdles) Junior Matthews (400) and Diego Rodriguez (800).
  • Code Blue Warming Shelter Visit by the FBLA

    FBLA Adviser, Ms. Tesoro and members Emma Hayes, Ishan Shah, and Svar Shah met at the Code Blue Warming Shelter where the organization Just Believe, Inc. dedicated volunteers whose mission is to restore hope and humanity for those in need and to strengthen our community. These members participated in FBLA's annual community service project and collected items and assembled packages to donate for this vitally important cause.
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  • Welcome Back

    Seniors Taylor O'Malley and Andrew Ricketts welcome back the Mariners to four day in-person learning for all students.
  • 4 Day Return Town Hall Video

    Click here to find out more information about the March 15th change in schedule.
  • Freshman Orientation

    Ava Orlando, a Captain's Crew member and Assistant Principal, Mr. Fazzini, provided a live and in-person freshman orientation for the class of 2024. The freshman class is looking forward to returning to in-person learning on March 15th!
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  • Lady Mariner Basketball

    Congratulations to the Lady Mariner basketball team for finishing up the year with a winning record (9-6). Coach Vicki Gillen, although disappointed with the shortened season, was happy with the girls' performance. "They showed a lot of grit and mental toughness during the season, I am really proud of them, they were a lot of fun to work with, we had a good time." Thank you Coach Gillen for all the great memories.
  • Rookie of the Year!

    Toms River North is the recipient of this year's "Rookie of the Year" award in recognition of our fight against hunger by accepting the Students Change Hunger challenge. Ms. Kate Irving presented the award on behalf of "Fulfill", the agency that stocks food banks in Monmouth and Ocean counties. Thank you to all the students and staff who contributed to this worthy cause.
  • March Students of the Month

    Congratulations to our March Students of the Month, Gianna Morse and Alek Duriske! Click for more information
  • March Staff Member of the Month

    Congratulations to our Staff Member of the Month, Ms. Heather Schoeneberg! Click to find out more information.
  • Mariner Weekly

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  • Trick or Treat...

    ...So Kids Can Eat! Congratulations to Ms. Carolyn Little and TRN Thespian Troupe #7455 for receiving a proclamation from the Ocean County Board of Commissioners for their "Trick or Treat, So Kids Can Eat" community service project. Pictured are Michael Tresvalles (President) and Mia Birman (Vice-President.
  • Letter of Intent

    Congratulations to senior David Ventura who signed a letter of intent to attend Stockton University in the fall. David is looking forward to the upcoming baseball season and will continue playing on the baseball field for the Osprey's.
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  • 8th Grade Parent INFO for Incoming HS North 

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  • Senior Breakfast

    Senior class advisors, Mr. Robert Heisler and Ms. Kaitlyn Reilly distribute a special breakfast sandwich for a very special senior breakfast. The advisors braved the elements and picked up food from the fabulous C & G's restaurant for the entire senior class.
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  • Professional Baseball Strength & Conditioning Coaches Society

    2020 PBSCCS Strength Coach of the Year is Tampa Bay Rays Trung Cao a TRN alum click for more information. 
  • Freshman Kaitlyn Culbert Participates In AEOP Sustainability Challenge

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  • All "Fur" One!

    National Honor Society Members organized a volunteer drive to replenish supplies at the All Fur One Animal Shelter. Pictured are seniors Anthony Perillo and Molly Nide who donated to this noble cause.
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  • EXXONMOBIL EDUCATIONAL ALLIANCE

    Thank you to the Sharma Family and the ExxonMobil Educational Alliance for the generous $500 grant that will benefit our Math and Science program.
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  • Presidential Scholarship

    Congratulations to senior Emily Shea who received a presidential scholarship to attend Ramapo College in the fall. She plans on majoring in Social Work and aspires to be a Student Assistance Counselor in a high school and a clinical therapist with a private practice. Emily is an outstanding student-athlete, and hopes to play volleyball for the Roadrunners. Coach Koenigstein emphasizes not only her talent, but how she enjoys the responsibility of leading and guiding the other players. As a T.E.A.M. member, Emily is very active in the community providing education at the elementary level and has earned many community service hours. We all agree that Emily is a sincere and caring individual who will impact our world in a positive way.
  • Enjoy the Ride!

    TRN senior Anthony Perillo, was not only accepted to his top pick Ramapo College, but received a Presidential scholarship for a full academic ride! Anthony has aspirations of becoming an orthodontist. As a TEAM student, Anthony has worked tirelessly throughout the pandemic helping the elementary schools raise money for chromebooks! Congratulations Anthony, you are a true humanitarian!
  • TRN's Governor’s STEM Scholar

    Authentic Science Research (ASR) student Gabi Cubelo was selected for the 2020-2021 Governor’s STEM Scholars program which comprises the top 80 STEM students in NJ.
  • Dance Auditions

    The Toms River North Dance Academy held their annual auditions and received a very enthusiastic response. Pictured are senior Julia Miller, Ms. Mindy O'Connor and Angela Lopresti who were all equally impressed with this year's performance of dedicated and hard working dancers.
  • February Students of the Month

    Congratulations to our February Students of the Month, Morgan Keller and Gavin Redgrave! Click to find out more information.
  • February Staff Member of the Month

    Congratulations to our February Staff Member of the Month, Mrs. Kate McGuckin! Click for more information
  • Scholastic Art Award

    Michael Indovina, a senior Arts Academy student in Ms. Houlihan's A.P. Art and Design class, won an Honorable Mention for his stunning drawing titled "Wolf" from the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards 2021. Michael exemplifies the Mariner Spirit by producing award winning work utilizing the hybrid model of learning.
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  • The Future is in Their Hands

    Congratulations to Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Advisor, Ms. Jamie Tesoro and the winners of this year's Regional Competitive Events. We are extremely proud of the hard work and dedication of our FBLA chapter at High School North. Click to find more about the winners!
  • TRN Robotics

    Ms. Schoeneberg, the advisor for the "Iron Mariners" robotics club, and TRN junior Megan Potts, prepare for the second remote competition of the season.
  • Chromebook Distribution

    All students will be given a Chromebook, Charger, and Case provided that the insurance has been accepted or waved. This can be done on the parent portal. This device will be used by the student for the remainder of their career at Toms River High School North. If a student has a district device and charger, it must be returned at this time.
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  • Play Ball!

    Congratulations to senior Lucas Malave who signed a letter of intent to attend Catholic University of America in the fall. Lucas, an all star catcher/first baseman for the Mariners received a merit scholarship to play baseball for the Cardinals. He will major in Computer Science with an emphasis on preventing cyber crime. Lucas will always remember the time he spent with "great people" and all the happy memories.
  • Kyle Seiverd is awarded a $500 grant from The Foundation for Impact on Literacy and Learning

    Mr. 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. Grant funds will be used to purchase graphic novels focused on topics covered in his biology classes. The goal of using these novels is to improve content mastery of students who may be limited in English proficiency. Graphic novels provide students a visual-based medium, rather than a text-based medium for content delivery.
  • Check out the January edition of the Captain's Log!

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  • Educator of the Year

    Congratulations to Mrs. Carolyn Little, who was recently named the New Jersey Educator of the Year by the Educational Theatre Association. Carolyn was nominated by senior Michael Tresvalles and was honored during the closing ceremony of the New Jersey Thespian Festival.
  • Mariner Weekly

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  • TRN Thespian Announcement!

    Click here to learn about the results of the virtual Thespian Festival that took place this weekend.
  • Weekly Check In

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  • January Student of the Month

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  • January Staff Member of the Month

    Congratulations to our January Staff Member of the Month, Ms. Keleyn Wraga! Click for more information.
  • Weekly Check In

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  • December Edition of the Captain's Log

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  • Shining Knight

    Zach Goodale signed a letter of intent to play for the Scarlet Knights football team at Rutgers University in the fall. He is interested in majoring in Broadcast Journalism. Zach will always remember the long practices, walking out to the field with the band on game day and greeting an enthusiastic bench after scoring a touchdown. All the best to Zach and his lovely family.
  • EDUCATORS HONORED!

    Congratulations to HS North's 2020-21 Educational Services Professional of the Year, Mrs. Michelle Riordan! Congratulations to HS North's 2020-21 Teacher of the Year, Mr. Kyle Seiverd! Click to learn more information.
  • December Students of the Month

    Congratulations to our December Students of the Month, Molly Nide and Svar Shah! Click here to learn about the students of the month.
  • Weekly Check In

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  • Food Drive is a success!

    TEAM held a food drive last Saturday and collected over 5,000 items to help stock the shelves of the Salvation Army, St. Joseph's Food Pantry and the Hope Center located behind the Presbyterian Church of Toms River.
  • YMCA Counseling and Social Services

    Contact Mrs. DeGrandis at HDeGrandis@trschools.com for more info
  • December Staff Member of the Month

    Congratulations to our December Staff Member of the Month, Mrs. Abigail Kulzy!
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  • Miles of Tiles

    Renovations and beautifications continue at Toms River North High School
  • Be a Rainbow...

    In Someone Else's Cloud! There will be a food drive for all those in need, drop off is at Toms River North High School. No need to get out of your car, T.E.A.M. will be on hand to accept your donations. Click on the link for more information.
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  • 19th Century Bison Eradication on the Great Plains

    Ms. Ivarson (a former history teacher), HSN media center specialist was a featured guest speaker in Mr. Seiverd's biology class. Her talk bridged science and history curriculum by focusing on how bison were natural resources used for profit and the persecution of native americans. Ms. Ivarson also addressed native american customs and false cultural stereotypes.
  • Thespian Thanksgiving Food Drive

    The Toms River High School North Thespian Troupe #7455 participated in the NJ Thespians Annual Trick-or-Treat So Tots Can Eat Food Drive. They were able to bring 547 pounds of food to the Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive in Beachwood. Shown here is Mia Birman, the troupe's Vice-President who is in charge of community service efforts
  • Nautical Star Theatre Company

    The Nautical Star Theatre Company participated in their annual clothing drive. Despite the pandemic, they were able to fill an entire truck with donations for those in need.
  • New Updates To The Greenhouse!

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  • November Captain's Log

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  • No Place Like Chrome

    Busier than Santa's elves, our technology department quickly registered over 2,000 new chromebooks that will be issued to students to ensure academic success!
  • NHS Food Drive

    The National Honor Society. is hosting their annual food drive for our local families in need. You may drop off donations in C-02. A special thanks to Ms. Patty Snowden and Brett Smith for putting it all together, especially during such difficult times. Pictured is senior Cian Scott helping the cause!
  • November Staff Member of the Month

    Congratulations to our Staff Member of the Month, Mrs. Meredith Brooks! Click to learn more.
  • November Students of the Month

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  • Welcome Back

    Students were enthusiastic to get back to school to be with their friends and teachers.
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  • One In A Million

    Congratulations to seniors: Maryann Dillion, Ved Jain, Molly Nide, and Michael Tresvalles for being named Commended Scholars by the National Merit Scholarship Program for their outstanding performance on the 2019 PSAT, which serves as the qualifying test for the program. Their scores have placed them among the top 34, 000 students from over 1.5 million students who take the test each year. Additional kudos go to Michael Tresvalles, who scored amongst the top 16,000 students and now moves on as a National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist.
  • Happy Halloween!

    Do whatever it takes to keep six feet apart! :)
  • Mariner Weekly

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  • Updated October Captains Log!

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  • Students of the Month for September & October

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  • The Iron Mariners

    Megan Potts, the main builder for the Toms River North Robotics team, assembles a robot as an entry into the "1st Tech Challenge". There will be a series of meets during this robot season. Best of luck to advisors Mr. McGovern, Ms. Schoeneberg, and the rest of the robotics team. Go Mariners!
  • The Greenhouse Effect!

    Plants have been added to the school greenhouse. Click to find out more information
  • Weekly Check In

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  • Fall Clean Up

    Roots&Shoots is having a fall clean Thursday October 22nd/ Friday October 23rd. Get your gloves and mask and make a positive difference in your local area. See the attached flyer for more information (click here). Reminder to practice social-distancing and all health guidelines while participating.
  • Weekly Check In

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  • Big Read

    This year's Big Read selection: Burning Bright We'll be exploring the exquisite collection of short stories set in Appalachia by author Ron Rash.
  • I can't hack this

    TR Hackathon starts with a 6-week virtual coding boot camp in which students in grades 6-12 will participate in a variety of coding challenges including the following languages: MIT App Inventor, Python, R, HTML5 CSS JavaScript, Unity, Arduino/C+, Scratch, Robotics, C+, and Java. This will be followed by a culminating Hackathon that runs around the clock from November 20 through November 22. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!
  • Mums the Word

    Toms River North TEAM students were on hand to help with the West Dover PTO's annual Chrysanthemum sale. The fund raiser was a huge success and the proceeds will be used to buy chrome books for the students.
  • October Staff Member of the Month

    Congratulations to our October Staff Member of the Month, Mrs. Leslie Withstandley!
  • Weekly Check In

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  • FBLA Information

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  • The Captain's Log Has Been Posted!

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  • Weekly Check In

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  • Staff Member of the Month

    Congratulations to Gail Parisi who is our staff member of the month. Click to learn more!
  • Weekly Check-In

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  • Rory Leadbeater's Social Media Posts Earn Her a Reward

    Rory Leadbeater (Class of 2020) recently won second place for the Species on the Edge 2.0 Social Media Contest. Students from all over the state took part in the contest by creating a series of social media posts focusing on one of New Jersey’s vulnerable species. Rory posted original artwork and photography related to horseshoe crab. Click for more information about the contest. Congrats Rory!
  • Freshman Orientation Information Translated Into Spanish

    Click here for the Spanish version of the information letter.
  • Freshman Orientation Information

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  • A.P. Biology Summer Work Has Been Posted

    Open the link to view all summer work for A. P. courses
  • FBLA NLE Recognition

    Congrats to Jena Bhandari who made the final list for the NLE.
  • Class of 2020 Virtual Graduation Ceremony

    Congratulations to this year's High School North graduates! Our ceremony media will be streamed tomorrow, June 12, starting at 5:00 p.m. Click here for the YouTube link.
  • Virtual Awards Ceremony Video

    Click on this link to watch the virtual awards ceremony which took place on 6/10/20.
  • June Staff Member of the Month

    Congratulations to June Staff Member of the Month, Mrs. Ashley Cranston. Click for more information!
  • Weekly Check In

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  • The A.P. Physics Summer Assignment Has Been Posted!

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  • Ticket sales are open!

    Ticket sales are open for the Toms River North HS ] Spring Play. The show will be recorded and a link will be released to all ticket buyers on Saturday, June 6. We are so excited to offer you this virtual experience! Please support the 40+ kids involved in our cast and crew. 💙💛💙💛 You can also make a donation at the bottom of the ticket home page. We need to raise money to recoup from financial losses due to COVID. https://www.playbillder.com/show/vip/Toms_River_High_School_North/2020/10_Ways_to_Survive_Life_In_a_Quarantine_79240
  • Superior Court Judge Marlene Lynch Ford Presides

    The Political and Legal Education class at High School North would like to thank Superior Court Judge Marlene Lynch Ford for presiding over their Virtual Mock Trial. The Mariners were also assisted by PLE Alumni Zachary Dougherty and Gianna Daniele. Former Indian Jilian McLeer, Esq. also coached the teams.
  • A. P Environmental Science Summer Work Has Been Posted!

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  • Weekly Check In

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  • AP English Literature summer work just posted!

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  • ASR student published in World Journal of Oncology

    Senior TR North Authentic Science Research (ASR) student Zuha Nasim was recently published in the World Journal of Oncology. Her paper is titled Breast Cancer Incidence and Behavior in Younger Patients: A Study From the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results Database. Click on the link to find out more information.
  • FBLA Wins the State Leadership Conference!

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  • Teddies For Hope

    Dedicated FBLA chapters collected over 550 stuffed animals for children in need. A special thank you to all of the staff and students who participated - Toms River High School North was recognized at the 2020 NJ FBLA-PBL Virtual SLC Opening Recognition Session for collecting the most stuffed animals with an incredible total of 263 stuffed animals!" Congratulations to our FBLA advisor, Ms. Jamie Tesauro for making it all possible!
  • Deaf Awareness Video Added

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  • Weekly Check In

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  • May Student of the Month

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  • Weekly Check In

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  • Class of 2020 Sign Deliveries

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  • April Teacher of the Month

    Congratulations to our April Staff Member of the Month, Mrs. Brielle Verga! Click on the link for more information
  • April Student of the Month

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  • Weekly Check In

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  • Preparing Meals for Families

    Here are the hard working cafeteria workers preparing food for pickup.
  • You are missed at TRN!

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  • Weekly Check In

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  • Weekly TRN Information

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  • Crystal Pan Represents TRN Nationally

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  • Weekly Information At TRN

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  • TRN Science Fair Winners

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  • Weekly Events at TRN

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  • Last Chromebook Sign Out

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  • Weekly Check-In

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  • Distance Learning

    Click on the link to find out more information about the distance learning schedule and resources. New Friday schedule posted!
  • Talking To Children About Covid-19

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  • College Pathways

    Ms. Lauren Humphrey, an academic advisor from Ocean County College, gave a "College Pathways" presentation to the senior class. Ms. Humphrey provided our students with strategies to help make the transition from high school to college and then career.
  • Shrek is coming to TRN!

    Tickets for this year's production of "Shrek" are now on sale. Showtimes are Thursday, March 19th at 7pm, Friday March 20 at 7pm and Saturday, March 21 at 7pm. There will be a special ASL interpreted and Sensory Show Saturday, March 21 at 2pm. Meet and Greet Event Saturday, March 21 at 11am! Click on the link to purchase tickets. 
  • County Record Holder

    Congratulations to Jalen Ridgeway who placed 5th at the Meet of Champions. His time of 1:53.7 for 800 meters is now the new Ocean County record!
  • The Drought is Over!

    In a whirlwind of a weekend, the Mariners came up big in the NJSIAA state wrestling tournament. The last time TRN won a state title was 13 years ago and senior Nick Boggiano stepped up and became the 152 pound State Champion! Congratulations to Nick, head coach Mr. Wilbert and the entire wrestling team. Go Mariners!
  • It's Only Logical

    Congratulations goes out to the "TRN Logics" Computer Programming Team which consisted of Emily Chen, Jena Bhandari, and Ved Jain. They placed 2nd out of 32 teams at the Monmouth University Computer Programming Competition on Friday. AP Computer Science A teacher, Ms. Corrado, was thrilled with the results. "The team strategically and collaboratively solved 15 out of 15 problems!" Go Mariners!
  • Make a Good Appearance

    Ms. Mary DeMont, executive director from Barbizon of Red Bank and Ms. Maggi Brown (TRN Graduate, Class of 2017) , spoke to Ms. Tesoro's FBLA students about Personal Development in preparation for their competitive events in the upcoming FBLA State Leadership Conference. Topics included, Dress for Success, Poise, Posture, Personal Grooming, Etiquette, Effective Speech, and Interviewing Skills.
  • World Wildlife Day

    In order to reaffirm the intrinsic value of wildlife and its various contributions, including ecological, genetic, social, economic, scientific, educational, cultural, recreational and aesthetic, to sustainable development and human well-being, Mr Seiverd's Biology class recognized World Wildlife Day!
  • Presidential Volunteer Award Winner!

    Congratulations to Isabella Onofrietti for winning the Presidential Volunteer Award for community service. Thank you for the hours you have put into helping others in our community, Isabella and GO MARINERS!
  • Staff Member of the Month

    Congratulations to our March Staff Member of the Month, Mrs. Leslie LaRose! Click on the link for more information.
  • Students of the Month!

    Congratulations to Joseph Lembo and Cameron King for being selected for the this month's prestigious Student of the Month Award! Click on the link for more information. 
  • Berkeley College Challenge

    Ms. Melissa Couden, the High School and Community Relations Associate from Berkeley College, spoke to the junior physical education classes about the unique opportunities offered to our students. Degree and certificate programs are offered through four specialized schools: School of Business, Health Studies, Professional Studies and Liberal Arts.
  • TRN Weekly Events

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  • NJ STEM Month

    North TR ASR students Arianah Davis, Aryan Kumar, Evan Liou, Anthony Mardini, Colin Sabie, Ishan Shah, & Rutva Shah engineered the ball drop used to kick off NJ STEM Month for the State of NJ.
  • Playing the Big Venues!

    In an amazing collaboration, the TRN Dance Academy teamed up with "N-Step" and wowed the crowd last Monday night when they performed their routines at the Brooklyn Nets halftime show in the Barclays Center. Go Mariners!
  • TRN Track State Sectional Results

    Congratulations to the Boys track team on their performances yesterday at the state sectionals. Connor Bennett won his first state sectional title in the pole vault with a jump of 14'6 and Joe Morales placed 2nd with a jump of 14 feet! Kenny Warner placed 6th in the 55 Hurdles. Jalen Ridgeway placed 3rd in the 800. Junior Matthews ran a huge PB of 53.27 which qualified him for the New Balance Indoor Nationals in the Freshman 400 meters. Keep up the hard work boys. The team tied for 5th place overall and were led by the following strong individual performances who advanced to the Group 4 championships next weekend.
  • Authentic Science Research (ASR)

    Authentic Science Research is a 3 year elective program which affords students the opportunity to participate in the community of scientific research and scholarship as part of their high school experience. ASR furthers excellence in performance and achievement while drawing from, and developing, scientific capabilities in a broad spectrum of the student body. Interested students should fill out the attached form and submit to guidance.
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  • Call the Governor!

    To our Toms River Regional Schools staff, parents, and families: We strongly encourage you to join an email and phone call blitz to Governor Phil Murphy today, Feb. 21, to express your concerns about the state aid cuts in Bill S2. More information can be found here. Please, set five minutes aside to make your voice heard. It might make a world of difference. Thank you! #WeAreTRschools #WhatTRStandsToLose
  • Water Win

    Congrats Rutva Shah 1st place & $300 in the AWWANJ (American Water Works Association) Filter Building Competition. Click for more information! 
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  • Hoops for Hearts

    This Valentine's Day the Physical Education department raised money for the American Heart Association by sponsoring a "Hoops for Hearts" program. The day long event held basketball, ping-pong and spike ball activities while educating students on healthy living. The proceeds will go towards cardiovascular research.
  • Record Breaking News!

    Congratulations to Olivia Takla for breaking the indoor track school record in the mile. Olivia ran 5:08 to secure a 3rd place shore conference finish. That time is also the 8th fastest time in NJ. Also scoring in the shore conference was Jada Williams with a 6th place in the 2 mile and Emma Fortuna, 6th in the high jump. Go Mariners!
  • 3-peat!

    Congratulations to the Girls Bowling team for winning the NJSIAA Group IV State title for the third year in a row! Go Mariners!
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  • The "Devil" is in the Details

    Congratulations to Mike Gajewski who signed a letter of intent to attend Fairleigh Dickinson University after graduation. Mike is an outstanding football player and he received a merit scholarship to play football for the Fairleigh Dickinson Devils. When not on the gridiron, he will double major in chemistry and secondary education. Mike would like to teach high school chemistry after college. Go Mariners! Go Devils!
  • Staff Member of the Month

    Congratulations to our Staff Member of the Month, Mr. Steve Muller! Click to find out more information.
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  • Shore Conference Champions

    Congratulations to the Mariner Indoor Track team for placing 2nd in the Shore Conference! The standouts were Connor Bennett placing first in the Pole Vault with a personal best of 14 feet and 4 inches. Jalen Ridgeway also grabbed a gold medal in the 800 meter run with another personal record of 1:57.1. Well done lads and all the best going forward in the State Championship.
  • Mr. Mariner 2020!

    Congratulations to Vinnie Palmieri for winning last night's "Mr. Mariner" contest. Opening with a cartwheel and wowing the crowd with a medley of songs, Vinnie closed the set with a Q and A that sealed the win with the judges. Vinnie truly exemplifies all the noble characteristics of our beloved Mr. Mariner.
  • Congratulations to Kamerin Peters!

    Congratulations to Kamerin Peters for winning the Individual Shore Conference Bowling title! Go Mariners! Attachments area
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  • G.O.A.T.!

    Mariner wrestling coach, Mr. Wilbert is pleased to announce that senior Nicholas Boggiano is now the All Time Wins Leader at Toms River North High School. Congratulations Nick and all the best after graduation where you will continue your wrestling career at Stevens Institute of Technology. Well done!
  • Forensic Science

    New Jersey State Police Detective Sergeant Kevin Mahon gave a presentation to Ms. Rapolla's Forensic Science class. Forensic Science, also known as criminalistics, is the application of science to criminal and civil cases. The students learned about evidence collection, deconstructing and analyzing crime scenes, and the importance of cooperating with local prosecutors. Thank you Ms. Rapolla for organizing this fascinating learning experience for our students.
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  • Go Mariners! Go Ducks!

    Congratulations to Nick Boggiano who signed a letter of intent to attend Stevens Institute of Technology in the Fall. He will major in Engineering after graduation and was awarded an academic scholarship. The Institute will receive a bonus of Nick's athletic prowess on the wrestling mat. After placing 8th in the NJSIAA state championship last year, Nick is on track to break the all time win record at Toms River North! We are all rooting for you Nick!
  • Virtual reality gaming

    Matthew Boyle showcased the Virtual Reality game "Beat Saber" in the media center. This VR program utilizes cognitive pattern recognition. Matthew is currently in the top 500 world wide playing at an expert level.
  • Greatness in the Making

    Congratulations to Cole Schneider who was selected by the NJ Devils as a "Player of the Month". Cole is having an outstanding hockey season for the Mariners. At this point in the season he leads the state with 35 points. Cole recorded a five-goal, seven point game against Freehold Boro on Dec. 6, four-goal game vs Ocean Township on Dec.20 and added hat tricks against Lacey and Jackson Memorial. He tallied 20 goals and 15 assists this past month adding to his 67 career goals and 155 career points.Well done Cole and we all wish you continued success.
  • Taking Care of Business

    Congratulations to Matthew Ostroman for signing a letter on intent to attend Rutgers-Newark in the fall. After pitching a two-hit shutout on his birthday, Matt caught the interest of scouts and will play baseball for the Scarlet Raiders. He now has his sights on winning A-South this year and then pursuing a career in Criminal Justice and Business. All the best to Matt and the Mariner baseball team.
  • HSN Seeds in Space 

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  • Vassar Bound

    Congratulations to senior Hayden Baranker for signing a letter of intent to attend Vassar College after graduation. Hayden caught the eye of Vassar College Lacrosse scouts after he was selected as an All-Division player. He will receive a scholarship to play for Vassar while pursuing a career in Economics.
  • Expand Possibility

    Congratulations to Cody Kromer for signing a letter on intent to attend Georgian Court University in the fall. Cody's prowess on the lacrosse field helped the Mariners reach the playoffs three years in a row! He will receive a scholarship to play lacrosse for the Lions while majoring in Forensic Science.
  • ASR VR Experience

    Authentic Science Research (ASR) students faculty and staff at HSN got to experience Virtual Reality (VR). Click on the link for more information.
  • Staff Member and Teacher of the Year

    The TRN Staff Member of the Year is Lou DiTucci and the Teacher of the Year is Erich Brunner. Click on the link for more information about these excellent educators.
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  • Reaching New Heights

    Congratulations to sophomore Emma Fortuna who set a new school record in the High Jump. Shattering the old record that stood for over 30 years! Her jump of 5' 5" earned Emma a first place finish and the second best throughout New Jersey.
  • Working Overtime!

    Last night, the Lady Mariners showcased one of the most thrilling basketball games to be seen in years. Senior guard Kristina Johnson collected 18 points and six boards and sophomore guard Sydney Howell supplied 12 points, five rebounds, four steals and three assists as Toms River North emerged victorious in a double-overtime thriller over the TR East Raiders thanks to an 8-5 showing in the second extra session. Sophomore forward Gia Pissott lent a hand in the win with seven points and 11 rebounds.
  • Staff Member of the Month

    Congratulations to our December staff member of the month, Ms. Freida Minkema! Click on the link to find out more information.
  • Celebration

    The dance academy celebrated the upcoming holidays by going to State Theater in New Brunswick to see the Nutcracker!
  • Winter Wonderland

    The High School North Thespians hosted their annual Winter Wonderland event for faculty and staff. The evening included games, crafts and snacks for the children, and of course a visit by Santa Claus himself!
  • Let's do breakfast!

    Mrs. Powell, teacher of the community based Instruction program, hosted their 2nd annual Christmas breakfast for the staff and students at High School North. Students utilized the work ready skills they learned in class and applied them to real life working conditions. Assistant Superintendent, Mr. James Ricotta, gave his breakfast a four star review!
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  • College Bound

    Congratulations to Ryan Rosenthal who signed a letter of intent to attend The College of New Jersey in the fall. Ryan, who was the district wrestling champion (106 Division) will join the Lions Wrestling program next season. He plans on majoring in Civil Engineering.
  • Hour of Code

    Ms. Tesoro hosted an Hour of Code today for Computer Science Education Week to introduce students to the concepts of computer programming. Students participated in an interactive presentation and then had the opportunity to play games that her own computer science students created using Python code.
  • Winter Concert 2019

    Last night the Toms River North Chorus presented their annual "Winter Concert" series to the delight of all those in attendance. Director Christopher A. Loeffler showcased the talents of the Master's Chorus, Concert Chorus and the Chorale. What a wonderful way to get everyone into the Holiday Spirit! Congratulations to all who performed for making it such a memorable evening.
  • SOS Rally for Schools

    Thousands of students, teachers, parents, administrators, and community members headed to Trenton for the Rally to Save Toms River. High School students loaded onto 30 buses and parents in their cars to demand that Governor Murphy restore the district's state aid funding and to protest the state Department of Education's response to the district's application for emergency funding. #WhatTRStandsToLose
  • Spirit Week

    Mr. Lou DiTucci is back and is wasting no time getting into the Holiday and school spirit with Ms. Macnab and Ms. Youngblood for Elf day!
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  • Bowled Over

    Congratulations to Kamerin Peters who signed a letter of intent to attend McKendree University in the fall. She received a "full ride" on a sports scholarship to bowl for the Bearcats, the NCAA champions. Kamerin bowled for the Junior Team USA and travelled to France and Dominican Republic picking up five gold medals! Kamerin plans to double major in Business and Criminal Justice.
  • November Staff Member of the Month

    Congratulations to our Staff Member of the Month, Ms. Ashley Burgess! Click on the link to find out more information.
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  • Hockey News

    The TRN Hockey season begins tonight as the Mariners face off against the Lacey Lions. Anticipation is high and the adrenaline is flowing; Goal Keeper, Corey Finnegan reports that we have a very solid group of freshman and an outstanding returning first line that includes Cole Schneider and Pat Dowds, add CBA transfer Anthony DeFalco, to the mix that makes for a formidable team. Corey is on track for reaching the 1,000 save milestone. Stay tuned! Go Mariners!
  • Happy Thanksgiving!

    On behalf of our principal, Mr. Keller, the entire staff and student body, we wish everyone a happy and safe Thanksgiving! Go Mariners!
  • Girls Senior Excellence Award of Ocean County

    Congratulations to senior Paige Farley who was honored with the: Ernest "Rusty" Rizzitello Girls Senior Excellence Award of Ocean County Shore Soccer Officials Association in recognition of Sportsmanship, Scholastic Achievement and Competitive Spirit. Also, Congratulations to our beloved math teacher, Mrs. Jamie Hardie who won that same prestigious award herself while playing phenomenal soccer when she was a student at High School South. Way to go Paige and Mrs. Hardie! Go Mariners!
  • Military Club News

    The Toms River North Military Club took a trip to the Prudential Center, home of NJ Devils Stadium. for a fun filled, action packed hockey game. The evening was memorable as our club was honored during the annual "Military Appreciation Night". Anyone interested in joining the military club may see Mrs. Stolz in the guidance office.
  • STEM Grant

    High School North science teachers, Mrs.Withstandley and Mr.Seiverd were awarded a $1,000 STEM grant from First Energy. The grant is titled "Exploring Climatic Solutions". The STEM grant will provide freshman students with LED lightbulbs, a class set of the book "Climate of Hope" and solar cellphone charging stations.
  • Soaring Hawk

    Congratulations to Abby Warner who signed a letter of intent to attend Monmouth University after graduating Toms River North. An outstanding softball catcher, she broke the school record for home runs (23) and led the team in R.B.I.'s. She was issued 25 walks with 16 of them intentional while not allowing any steals on the base paths. She will receive a scholarship to play softball for the Hawks while aspiring to be a successful business woman. All the best to Abby! Go Mariners Go Hawks!
  • Scarlet Fever!

    Selena Carrington signs a letter of intent to attend Rutgers University in the fall. Her prowess on the field and straight A average earned her a scholarship to play lacrosse for the Scarlet Knights. Selena plans on studying medicine and aspires to be a Physician Assistant.
  • Letter of Intent

    Congratulations to senior Emily Royson for signing a letter of intent to attend Duke University in the fall. After having a stellar season, Emily will receive a scholarship to play soccer for the Blue Devils. She is also interested in pursuing a career in law. Well done Emily and all the best!
  • TRN Soccer Wins SJ Group IV!

    Congratulations to the Boys Soccer team for winning the South Jersey Group IV championship. The Mariners ranked 16th and facing the #1 seed scored big in overtime on a goal by junior Parker Nickelsen and won the game 2-1.
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  • Student/Faculty Volleyball

    Congratulations to the "Yellow Team" for winning first place in the annual Student-Faculty Volleyball game. A special thanks to class of 2021 advisors Ms. Reilly and Mr. Heisler, as well as officials Mr. Gelnaw and Mr. Matt DeRiggi for hosting a fantastic school event.
  • Student Athlete Award

    Congratulations to Vinnie Palmieri for being awarded the Student Athlete Award by the US Marine Corps as part of the Great Rivalry Series. Mariner Football advanced to the next level and will play Kingsway this Friday at home. The game starts at 7:00 pm and BUNDLE UP, it will be a cold one. Go Mariners!
  • Great American Rivalry Series

    The United States Marine Corp was at the North vs South football game for the "Great American Rivalry Series". They attend the top 100 high school football rivalries in the country. The Marine Corp gave awards to: scholar/athlete, championship challenge, MVP and Championship trophies. Go Mariners!
  • Fun With Chemistry

    Mr. Baumgart conducts an experiment in perfect timing for Halloween. Titled: "Self Carving Pumpkin", Mr. Baumgart mixed calcium carbide with water and placed it inside the hollow pumpkin. The chemical reaction produces acetylene gas and when ignited the combustion sends the pre-carved pieces flying!
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