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District Goals

In Support of the RBR Strategic Plan, the Board of Education has adopted the following District Goals for the 2016-17 School Year. For more updates or to view the entire Strategic plan.

Goal 1: To expand the use of educational technology, including Google School platforms, to increase student engagement and technology integration into the instructional program.

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Train RBR staff to serve as Google coaches to support colleagues with the integration of Google Applications for educators
To provide professional development for RBRHS faculty on the use of Google classroom
Establish an Instructional Technology Committee to advise on professional development and other needs


Goal 2: Consistent with the direction of the Strategic Plan, to establish new and strengthen existing academy programs.

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To focus on the restructure of the sports medicine and management pathway into a 4 year academy
Propose coursework and predict staffing and facility needs to restructure the Early Childhood CTE program into an Education CTE 4-Year Academy.


Goal 3: To expand access to and enrollment in programs that link students to real world career options and college readiness experiences. These programs include dual enrollment courses, AP and IB programs, as well as programs that serve the needs of both college-bound and non-college bound students.

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Increase enrollment in upper level courses including honors option, dual credit, AP, IB Programs
Increase dual enrollment courses to meet the needs of all students
Expand efforts to inform all students and families about the benefits of AP and IB programs


Goal 4: To increase communication and collaboration between the district, our communities and families with the objective of increasing awareness, involvement, and engagement.

ProgressObjective
Encourage RBR enrollment by increasing the number of Academy presentations for students and their families at sending schools
Strengthen and maintain articulation through inter-district department and administrative meetings
Establish Saturday sessions with the Superintendent


Goal 5: To explore facility needs and options to address enrollment increases and instructional needs.

ProgressObjective
Hire a new district architect to work with staff to address curriculum and enrollment needs
Conduct a demographic study to plan for enrollment changes

News

  • RBR Fosters Special Friendships through Unified Sports Special Olympic Program

    This past year, Red Bank Regional (RBR) Athletic Director Del DalPra was able to secure a $3500 grant from the Special Olympics Organization to become a Special Olympics Unified School. The grant subsidizes an instructional aid and special education transportation for this after-school activity. According to the Unified Olympic website, “Unified Sports is also an integral part of the Special Olympics Unified Strategy for Schools, which was founded in 2008 and funded through the U.S. Department of Education ...

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  • RBR Board of Education Commends its Top Scholars

    At its February 1 Board Meeting, the Red Bank Regional (RBR) Board of Education commended its top academic scholars. Six students, Ella Brockway, Little Silver; Makoto Brown, Tinton Falls; Chase Hintelmann, Little Silver; Jack McNally Little Silver; Robert Villaluz, Shrewsbury; and Paige Whittle of Little Silver were all recognized as Commended Scholars. This is honor is achieved by students who scored among the top 2.4% of over 1.4 million students who took the PSAT in their junior year.

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  • Sophomores Encouraged to Take the Most Challenging Courses at RBR

    “I will not accept my limits and I will not look back… Whatever it takes I know I will come back to harness my inner strength…and continue to raise the bar and push myself further and harder.” These words were used in a sports network video, meant to inspire athletic achievement. In a recent presentation to the Sophomore Class, RBR Guidance Supervisor Jason Sabino opined that these words can just as easily apply to academic achievement, and that RBR provides the means to challenge every student

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  • RBR Celebrates Black History Month Highlighting Education as Key to African American Success

    “Education is the key to life,” Red Bank Regional (RBR) 2013 alumna Lynese Rawlins (formerly of Red Bank) told the RBR student body in celebration of Black History Month which was held on February 2. A very successful college student, who recently graduated early from Montclair State University and plans to attend law school in the fall, Lynese returned to her alma mater as its Black History Month keynote speaker. A high-achieving student at RBR as president of her senior class, captain of the ...

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  • RBR Honors Its Academic Letter Recipients

    : Red Bank Regional High School (RBR) continues a time honored tradition of honoring its academic athletes as they do their student athletes. For exceptional academic achievement, in this case, straight As in an entire previous school year, students are given the same Varsity Letter an athlete receives for outstanding achievement in their respective sport. At its February 1 meeting, the RBR Board of Education honored the following students for achieving straight As for all four marking periods from September 2015 through June of 2016. They are by grade

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  • RBR SOURCE Foundation Latino Scholarship Fashion Show Takes Place on February 26

    The Andrew Kroon Memorial Scholarship Fund, operating under the auspices of The SOURCE at Red Bank Regional (RBR), is helping to make dreams come true through its scholarship program. Founded over ten years ago, this program assists qualifying Latino students at RBR in affording their dream of college. To benefit the scholarship, the foundation is sponsoring a fashion show and gift auction on Sunday, February 26 from 12 to 3 pm, at the Oyster Point Hotel, 146 Bodman Avenue in Red Bank.

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