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  • Robotics Teams Gear Up for FTC Season

    Oct. 18, 2022-- This past weekend, students from across the district gathered to rev their robots for the first time this season at a formal practice day hosted at High School North.
  • Large-Scale Expo to Showcase Student Excellence

    For the better part of two full years, everything happening throughout Toms River Regional Schools has been shared virtually– in newsletters, online, and through emails– and only recently have parents and community members been able to take in performances, capstone projects, and showcases, albeit in a somewhat limited capacity.
  • High School North Wins AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award

    High School North has earned the College Board AP® Computer Science Female Diversity Award for achieving high female representation in AP Computer Science A.
  • FREE Summer Tech, Enrichment Programs Being Offered

    June 25, 2021-- Students in grades 6-12 are invited to apply for Toms River Regional Schools FREE TR:Tech virtual summer coding camps. All camps run Monday through Thursday July 26-August 5.
  • Tech Experts, Partners, Prizes Boost First-Ever TR Hackathon

    Nov. 23, 2020-- Secondary students from across Toms River Regional Schools and up and down the state gathered virtually this past weekend for the first large-scale Hackathon, a virtual event made possible through the TR:TechReady program funded by the Office of Naval Research.
  • Sign Up for TR Hackathon Which Begins Nov. 20

    Nov. 19, 2020-- Calling all creative problem solvers, coders, STEAM makers and artists, families and friends, individuals and groups of up to five. Because Toms River Regional Schools ONR TR:TechReady Hackathon is this weekend!
  • Schools Being Trained on Raptor Technology

    Nov. 2, 2020-- Assistant Superintendent James Ricotta is making the rounds to district schools, providing training and professional development on Raptor Technology.
  • ONR Virtual Hack:TR Hackathon Nov. 20-22

    Nov. 18, 2020-- Do you want to solve the world's problems and learn how to code? Students in grades 6-12 are invited to participate in a free virtual hackathon.
  • Model Space at Silver Bay Opens Whole New World for Students

    Nov. 20, 2019-- The latest stop on OceanFirst Foundation’s tour of its Model Classroom Grant-funded projects was Silver Bay Elementary School, which yesterday showed off its remodeled media center and Exploring the Many Wonders of Our Planet project.
  • Five Years of Making and Leading at Jersey Shore Makerfest

    Sept. 30, 2019-- A team of strangers works as a team with duct tape, yarn, soda cans, and cardboard to solve a real world challenge. A child helps his grandfather navigate a virtual reality space station.
  • Free Ocean County Robotics Club Grades 4-8 Forming

    4H is sponsoring an opportunity to learn building and programming skills, plus compete against other robotics teams. You will be building Lego robots, programming them to move and drive, and competing with them against other Lego League teams. The first Meeting is Tuesday, September 24th, 2019 from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm in the Auditorium at the Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Ocean County 1623 Whitesville Rd Toms River, NJ 08755 If you are interested or have any questions please contact us at:
  • Teachers Hear From Hall of Fame Innovators at STEM Workshop

    From left to right: Toms River Regional Schools teachers Christine Girtain, John Ruhl, Elissa DePugh, and Elizabeth McCarthy; Dr. Victor B. Lawrence; and TRRS teacher Benjamin Kleiner at Camp Invention's STEM workshop last week.
  • NYC Hosts Girls for Day of Empowerment Through Tech

    Last week, Aug. 7, young women ages 11 through 18 from Toms River Regional Schools boarded a bus bound for Grand Central Station, NYC. The #ForUsGirls excursion was a continuum of the summer Girls CodeCamp and the district’s broader initiative-- through TR:TechReady-- to introduce girls to coding and computer programming, fields where females are traditionally underrepresented.
  • Summer Coding Camp Sets Course for What’s to Come in District

    Aug. 12, 2019-- More than 100 students, their families, teaching staff and community mentors gathered to celebrate the wrap-up of two weeks of the Office of Naval Research (ONR)-funded TR:TechReady coding camp.
  • WaterBotics at HSN Builds STEM Skills Through Underwater Fun

    Aug. 12, 2019-- During the past two weeks, High School North has hosted a WaterBotics summer program for approximately 40 students each week. But what is WaterBotics, anyway?
  • Navy-Funded Girls CS Camp Builds Interest in Coding

    Funded by the second year of a grant from the Office of Naval Research, nearly 30 young women from Toms River Regional’s secondary schools were introduced to computer science (CS) through personalized hands-on projects at a camp run July 15-18, 2019 at Toms River High School North.
  • Interscholastic STEAM Robotics Competition an Exercise in Fun

    June 6, 2019-- This year Toms River Intermediate Schools developed and piloted a robotics class during academic activity through Title IV funding. The class began with safety and an introduction to robotics followed by design challenges initially in 2D on paper and in CAD programs, progressing to 3D building and programming, and finally reflecting and reinventing.
  • TR:TechReady Students Work With Always Supporting Our Military

    May 16, 2019-- Students who participated in last summer’s Office of Naval Research (ONR)-funded TR:TechReady summer programming camp met to continue collaborating with the leadership team of  Toms River-based Always Supporting Our Military, helping the organization reimagine its website.
  • Office of Naval Research Funds Year 2 of Coding Initiative

    April 18, 2019-- One year ago, Toms River Regional Schools won the largest single competitive grant in its history. The Office of Naval Research (ONR), which promotes science and technology applications for the United States Navy and Marine Corps, awarded the district over $760k to support TR:TechReady, a computer coding initiative addressing district, industry, and naval goals.
  • Hovnanian Foundation Spurs Innovation With Two Multi-Year Grants

    April 16, 2019-- This past winter Edele Hovnanian, president of the Hirair and Anna Hovnanian Foundation, visited the Toms River Regional School District for a tour of two newly renovated spaces and programs the foundation funded in the 2018-2019 school year.
  • Students Have a Blast, Earn Awards at Rowan Rocketry Competition

    April 15, 2019-- Two busloads of students from Toms River Regional Schools competed at Rowan University’s School of Engineering American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 4th Annual Rowan Blast Off Rocketry Competition Saturday, April 13.
  • STEAM Army Trailer Rolls Into High School East

    April 2, 2019-- After numerous attempts, High School East School Resource Officer Scott Kenny was finally able to convince the U.S. Army to bring its STEAM trailer to the school, which it did March 28 and 29.
  • Robotics Teams Preparing for Blast Off

    March 26, 2019-- It’s T-minus 19 days until the Rowan University Blast Off 2019 Competition and Invitational, and last week educators from around the state had a blast at Intermediate North March 19 learning how to launch rockets.
  • UN Sustainability Advocate Talks Tech, Business at High School South

    March 15, 2019-- High School South hosted a special guest speaker March 14 as part of the TR:TechReady program and its adoption of UN Sustainable Development Goals.
  • Windows 10 Upgrade

    We are now live with the newest, most secure operating system available from Microsoft. Windows 10 brings faster booting and loading times which will allow our students and staff to work and study more efficiently. Teachers now have more control over their desktops to further customize their classroom environment.  Click below to see a brief Windows 7 to Windows 10 comparison.
  • Google and Gmail Training

    Our district is migrating to Gmail. Click below for information and training on using Gmail and Google Apps.
  • Wireless Upgrade

    Our wireless upgrade project is now underway!  Access points are being added to every building with a minimum of 1 for every 2 classrooms.  The upgrade will provide complete network coverage district wide and will support a device for every student and staff member.
  • New Website

    The Technology Department has recently rolled out a fully redesigned district website. The website was 100% insourced and programmed by members of the district's Technology Department. Featuring a responsive, mobile-friendly design and dynamic content, the website has a custom content management system that allows content to be updated by multiple users from departments across the district.

Staff Email

Staff Email

Access your staff web email.

Genesis Logo


Gradebook, attendance, and more.

Technology Help

Technology Help

Having problems?  Submit a technology work order with our support ticketing system.

Using the Parent Portal

Parent Portal

Parent Portal

Parental access to report cards, attendance, progress reports, and more.

Unfortunately, we cannot support computer problems or browser problems. However, if you are having difficulty with your login, please call your child’s school and we will do our very best to assist you.

We are currently working to provide a view of your contact information. When it is available for you, you will see a “contacts” tab. If you notice an error in the information listed, please contact your child’s school so corrections can be made as quickly as possib

  1. Go to the portal login screen.
  2. Click the Forgot My Password link.
  3. Enter the email address that you gave on the Parent Portal registration form.
  4. Once that email address is validated, your password will be mailed to you.
  1. Log in to the parent portal.
  2. Click on the Setup tab.
  3. You will be required to enter your current password, a new password, and confirm the new password. 
  1. Log in to the parent portal. If you have more than one child, be sure to select him/her from the dropdown menu at the top of the home page.
  2. Click on the Grading tab.
  3. At the elementary level you will see the current report card in .pdf format immediately. You can print a copy of this report by using the printer icon at the top left of the .pdf page.
  4. At the middle and HS level, you will see your child’s schedule, with report card grades and progress report comments. Also, you will see a link that will indicate IR (interim report) or RC (report card). Click on that link and a .pdf version of your child’s report will open. You can print a copy of either report by using the printer icon at the top left of the .pdf page.

You will also be able to view a history of report cards and progress reports. If you do not have Adobe Reader on your computer you can download it free by going to

The school district does excuse an absence when the child brings in a parent note. However, the State of NJ, for attendance reporting purposes, considers all absences with the exception of a Religious Holiday and Take Your Child to Work Day as “unexcused.”

  1. Log in to the parent portal. If you have more than one child, be sure to select him/her from the dropdown menu at the top of the portal home page.
  2. Click on the Attendance tab.
  3. Moving your mouse pointer over a highlighted date will show you the reason for the absence. If your child has transferred from one district school to another, you will be able to view attendance from both schools by using the dropdown menu indicating the school name.
  1. Go to and click on the Technology button.
  2. Click on the Parent Portal link.
  3. Your account is the email address that you gave on the registration form (ie:; your password and instructions will be emailed to you as soon as your account is active. Please enter the password exactly as you see it as it is case sensitive. This password is temporary and you will be required to change it on first login. If you do not receive this email, please check your “junk mail” or “spam” folder before contacting your child’s school.

Using Our New Website

The Toms River Regional Schools website has been given a new look!  We have reorganized our content to be more accessible and easier to find.  Below are tips for how to make the best use out of the new website.

Each section of the website is called a "channel". The most popular channels of the website can be accessed by using the icons just underneath the featured photos on the home page. You can also access a complete list of channels by using the "hamburger" menu at the top corner of each page. Each channel's most popular features will appear on the gray navigation bar along the top of each page. Finally, a site map can be found at the footer of each page.

Looking for access to e-mail, Genesis, and other tools for staff members?  We have pinned quick-launch icons for Google Drive, Genesis, Transportation eLink, and e-mail at the top right of each page.  Note: These icons are only available when viewed on a desktop computer.

District-wide alerts will appear in a red box at the top of the website.  Other notices may appear at the top of each channel.  If there are no current alerts, the alert box will disappear.

Information for faculty and staff can be found on the Staff channel. There you will find AESOP resources, personnel services, health insurance information, professional development, employment opportunities, and more.

Information for students can be found on the Students channel. There you will find anti-bullying resources, summer assignments, code of conduct, and more.
Information for parents can be found on the Parents channel. There you will find student registration information, calendars, schedules, lunch menus, and more.

Technology Policies

With the spread of telecommunications throughout the modern work place, the Board recognizes that employees will shift the ways they share ideas, transmit information, and contact others. As staff members are connected to the global community, their use of new tools and systems brings new responsibilities as well as opportunities.

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Access to district resources requires users to act responsibly and adhere to legal and ethical standards. Users should be considerate of the needs of others, do nothing purposefully or carelessly to impede anyone else's ability to use the computer, and observe all relevant laws and regulations. All users are expected to follow the guidelines of this policy.

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Toms River Regional Schools recognizes the value and potential of publishing on the Internet. For many people, the Toms River Home Page will be the first point of contact with the district. With a global audience at our doorstep, it is important to establish guidelines for publishing on the World Wide Web.

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