Happenings

  • Students' Creativity Shines at Beachwood

    Since October, students and teachers at Beachwood Elementary have been working in conjunction with Count Basie Theatre and mindALIGNED to infuse arts education throughout the curriculum.
  • North Students Prepare for Space Balloon Launch

    Toms River High School North has been invited to partner with Spring-Ford High School to participate in sending a payload in a space balloon. The space balloon will reach a height of around 100,000 ft.
  • 'Blizzard of Respect' Created at Walnut Street

    Last week, the Wildcats of Walnut Street reviewed the expectations of the school and what it means to be RESPECTFUL, RESPONSIBLE, and SAFE! The week culminated with students decorating the hallways with a "Blizzard of Respect.
  • Using VR Technology for Science Research

    Authentic Science Research students, faculty, and staff at HS North had the exciting opportunity to experience virtual reality (VR). Student Matt Boyle will be using the VR game Beat Saber to investigate pattern learning.
  • Players Hit Coveted 1,000th Point Threshold 

    Congratulations to Jakari Spence who scored his 1,000th point over the holiday break as a member of the boys basketball team at Toms River High School North!
  • Sounds of the Season at 1144

    Each year, students, staff, and other businesses housed at 1144 Hooper Avenue delight in the joy to hear the musical talents of the district's high school students.
  • Hour of Code Celebrated Across District

    District-wide, students are celebrating the Hour of Code, an international phenomenon brought to us by code.org. This global movement reaches tens of millions of students in 180+ countries.
  • Intermediate East Chorus Delights Residents

    On Tuesday, December 17, Dr. Josh Melson and the Intermediate East Chorus visited Complete Care Bey Lea Nursing Home. The students enjoyed performing for the residents and spreading holiday cheer with homemade cards and cookies.
  • A Day of Advocacy, Entrepreneurship, and Coding for Young Women

    This year, the global kickoff for the Hour of Code took place on Monday, December 9 and on Tuesday, young women from the district's three high schools gathered together to meet with Ms.
  • Silver Bay Peer Leaders Spread Holiday Cheer

    Silver Bay’s Peer Leadership Ambassadors spread holiday cheer at Brandywine Assisted Living. Students helped residents decorate gingerbread cookies and igloos then sang some Christmas carols.
  • District Takes Part in Rally to Save Toms River

    December 10, 2019 -- Thousands of students, teachers, parents, administrators, and community members headed to Trenton for the Rally to Save Toms River.
  • HSE's School Community Supports Blood Drive

    December 5, 2019 -- High School East students and teachers were the ones wearing superhero capes today! The Interact Club worked diligently planning and gaining donors for the school's annual blood drive, which helped support the American Red Cross.
  • Food Drive Initiatives a Huge Success for Thanksgiving Holiday

    The food drive at High School East is a combined effort of the Toms River and Raider communities. The food drive helps ensure that no Raider family goes hungry, especially on Thanksgiving.
  • North Senior Receives Soccer Excellence Award

    TRN senior Paige Farley (center) received the Ernest "Rusty" Rizzitello Girls Senior Excellence Award of Ocean County from the Shore Soccer Officials Association.
  • Veterans Food Drive Collaboration Continues

    On Friday, November 22, Mr. Ron Bogota, Vietnam Veteran and former Wildcat parent, collected food from Walnut Street Elementary School to be distributed this holiday season to families within Ocean County.
  • Freshman Field Day Held at HSE

    High School East held its 5th annual Freshman Fall Field Day where students competed in musical chairs, a hula hoop relay, tug of war, and a group multi-event relay.
  • AP Environmental Science Students Partner with BASF

    AP Environmental Science students from Toms River Regional Schools have been maintaining a pollinator habitat at the BASF Toms River site. The students developed the plan for the habitat, which included selecting plants that benefit pollinator species.
  • District Observes Veterans Day

    November 11, 2019 --  Students across the district attended the Veterans Day parade in downtown Toms River as a way to observe the holiday and celebrate the service of US military veterans.
  • Crosstown Football Rivalry Continues

    TRN's Vinny Palmieri and TRS's John Vederosa received the Student Athlete Award as part of the Great American Rivalry Series game that took place on November 1.
  • Great American Rivalry Series Back in Town

    The United States Marine Corp will be at the North vs. South football game tonight, Friday, November 1, as part of the Great American Rivalry Series. The group travels to the top 100 high school football rivalries in the country.
  • Safe Trick or Treat at High School East

    October 31, 2019 -- The Interact Club at High School East thanks the Toms River Education Association for providing all the candy needed to host another successful safe trick or treat at the school!
  • Kindness Made a 'Spooktacular' Showing at Silver Bay

    A random act of kindness started a domino effect that rippled throughout Silver Bay Elementary. Fountains of Hope, a foundation whose mission is to ensure every child is included by giving back to the community, saw an opportunity to organize an assembly at Silver Bay.
  • Harvest Hoedown at Pine Beach

    October 30, 2019 -- Pine Beach families had a great time at the school's Harvest Hoedown.  They were treated to a trick roper show, line dancing, crafts, games, and snacks.
  • Save Our Schools

    Thousands of Toms River Regional Schools staff, students, and community members rallied in Trenton on March 5 to oppose state aid reductions of more than $80 million over the next six years as Governor Murphy delivered his annual budget address.
  • FREE PROGRAM: Don't Fear the FAFSA! Tues. 10/16 @ 7pm OCL-TR

    You may have heard that the new, earlier FAFSA goes live October 1st. Will you be ready for it? Families of high school seniors, and anyone returning to college for the 2019-20 academic year, will complete this important financial aid form to determine their financial aid eligibility. Every family should fill out the FAFSA. Attend this workshop to learn why.
  • FREE PROGRAM: Pathways to College Wed. 9/26 @ 7pm OCL-TR

    The Path toward college is not always clear, even for the best and the brightest. Join College GPS for an information-packed workshop explaining the benefits of early college planning. Lots of great information being shared so please be prepared to take notes! Learn what you need to know to help your child get set for college from applications, tests to finances.
  • Pathway to College

    FREE! Join College GPS for an information-packed workshop explaining The benefits of early college planning
  • Teens deserve healthy relationships!

    Join us as we discuss dating relationship warning signs, dispel myths and misconceptions, and give real-life examples that address the difficult scenarios teen dating can bring. FREE workshop suggested for teens, parents, professionals, and the general public.
  • Workshop: A Parent's Guide to College Planning

    Join College GPS for an information-packed, free workshop at the Ocean County Library Toms River Branch explaining the benefits of early college planning. There is much more to college planning than saving for college!
  • Ocean County Library newsletter

    Activities and fun at the Toms River TeenZone.
  • 2018 Instrumental Summer Music Lessons

    The district will once again be offering free summer music group lessons.

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