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  • Community Leaders Announce Plans for September Downtown TR Bash

    June 2, 2023—The wheels started turning when Toms River Mayor Maurice “Mo” Hill began reminiscing about the 2021 High School South prom, and how its downtown carnival atmosphere made for such a beautiful event.
  • Musical Test Drive Tradition Continues

    May 23, 2023-- One of the district's recent but most cherished musical traditions continued last night at High School East. The Ready, Set, Play! musical test drive enables students in grades three through six to try out various instruments, with the guidance of music teachers and high school musicians.
  • Deep Catalog of Summer Programs to Choose From in 2023

    From robotics and drones to publishing, foreign languages, painting, geometry, and ecology, this year's catalog of summer enrichment camps and study programs offers unique learning opportunities for students.
  • Intermediate South Jumps to Battle of TR Crown

    May 10, 2023-- The second annual Battle of Toms River intermediate school track and field relay event took place Monday, May 8. This year, St. Joe's joined the mix, making for a four-school, ultra-competitive field.
  • Turtles, Tech, and TCNJ Tell Tale of Triumph at NJTSA

    May 5, 2023-- Secondary students from across the district recently competed in the New Jersey Technical Student Association (NJTSA) competitions at the College of New Jersey.
  • Gold, Special Award Earned for Intermediate North Students at DVSF

    Intermediate North had two big winners at the Delaware Valley Science Fair (DVSF).
  • Earth Day? Let's Clean Barnegat Bay!

    In anticipation and in celebration of Earth Day (April 22), Intermediate North's cycle 82 had a great day cleaning up trash for the Barnegat Bay Blitz. Nice work!
  • TRIN Students Become Published Authors

    Students from Cycle 74 are officially published authors! Students wrote “twisted tales” in their language arts classes with Mrs. Cagliostro and Ms. Stauhs, who requested they rewrite popular stories from a different perspective than the hero, illustrating how important it is to look at things in more than one way. Students wrote many creative stories from the point of view of the perceived villains, and their stories were then entered into a contest, with winners published in The Young Writers Twisted Tales.
  • Students Serve Up Science, Dessert at Intermediate North

    March 30, 2023-- Intermediate North math and science teacher Robert Gray finished his lesson on animal and plant cells a few weeks ago, and subsequently assigned a cell project for the kids to complete at home with their families.
  • Board, Community Honor 2022-2023 Educators of the Year

    Superintendent Mike Citta (far left) and Assistant Superintendents Jim Ricotta, Cara DiMeo, and Pat Thomas (far right) stand with a group of this year's Teachers and Educational Services Professionals of the Year.
  • Magnet, Mass Projects Take First Place at Intermediate North Science Fair

    Dugan Tunney (left) and Adam Inferrera (right) earned first place at Intermediate North's science fair for their respective projects exploring magnet speed and the mass of a traveling ball.