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  • Coats, Hoodies Delivered to Students Courtesy of United Way

    Dec. 4, 2023-- The United Way of Monmouth and Ocean Counties' (UWMOC) annual Warmest Wishes Coat Drive has benefitted Toms River students for several years now.
  • ESL Families Enjoy Fall Fest

    Nov. 28, 2023--  The district's ESL (English as a second language) program hosted a fall festival Nov. 16 at Intermediate North. The purpose of the night is to provide an opportunity for ESL families to learn about school happenings, get information and resources from community partners like Community Medical Center/RWJ Barnabas Health, and celebrate the season by participating in activities that are run by ESL teachers.
  • Life Skills in Action Prompt Fall Feast at Intermediate North

    Nov. 17, 2023-- Fall feasts don't just happen; they require planning, shopping, and preparation.This reality inspired Intermediate North's cycles 641 and 741 to create a fall feast from scratch.
  • Leadership Conference Aims to 'Stamp Out Hate'

    Nov. 15, 2023-- Yesterday, chaperones including Director of Student Services John Green and guidance counselors accompanied students from all district intermediate and high schools to Ocean County College's 2023 Student Leadership Conference.
  • Flags Line Intermediate North in Honor of Veterans

    Nov. 8, 2023-- Veterans Day is Nov. 11, but with a teachers' convention break ahead, Intermediate North students took the initiative early to thank and honor those who have served America.
  • The Beast Makes Its Next Move

    Nov. 3, 2023-- Intermediate North’s beastly attendance trophy has a new home … for now. Mrs. Dugan’s cycle 613 class earned the menacing but much desired award, with an attendance rate of 98.
  • Halloween 2023 Photo Gallery

    Early Learning Center Halloween parade
  • Beastly Attendance Trophy Presented to Int. North's September Champs

    Sept. 29, 2023-- "The time is now. The moment has arrived. The Beast has broken free from the chains of his cage and is here within the walls and halls of Intermediate North.
  • Intermediate North Athlete Gaining Nationwide Recognition

    Sept. 13, 2023-- Jared Brown, an eighth-grade student at Intermediate North, has been named to the 2023 Dream Basketball Classic. The three-day event invites only the top athletes from across the country to compete and showcase their skills, and Jared's selection was announced in a press release last week.
  • ESL Adult Night School Returns for Second Year

    Sept. 6, 2023-- Adults seeking to hone their English language skills have another opportunity to take night courses right here in the district.ESL Adult Night returns for its second year, with classes provided 6-8 p.
  • Back to School 2023-2024

    Sept. 5, 2023-- In a sea of students, Intermediate East Assistant Principal James Cleveland (left) rises above to give high-fives, pounds, and directions to classrooms.
  • District Staff Gather to Ring in New School Year

    Sept. 1, 2023-- Dozens of buses brought thousands of teachers, nurses, maintenance workers, paras, and all staff members from each of the district's 19 buildings to RWJBarnabas Health Arena this morning.
  • Osprey Anchors Ecology Education Again for Eager Students

    Aug. 16, 2023-- One of the most exciting programs offered to students in grades 6-12 this summer, like last year, was "Ecology through the Eyes of the Osprey.
  • District Launches New Platform for Stronger School-Home Connection

    August 3, 2023– Toms River Regional Schools has launched ParentSquare—a simple and unified school-to-home communication platform—to reach and engage every member of the district family, helping ensure all parents and guardians have the opportunity to actively participate in their children’s education.
  • Intermediate North Graduation 2023

    All photos courtesy of Alexis Castellano
  • 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.