7:00 PM Band Concert - Auditorium
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM The Source - Encourage an "A" Dinner - Commons
9:00 AM - 10:25 AM BBF Hall of Fame Assembly - Auditorium
|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|
|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.|
|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|
|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|
|Hire a new district architect to work with staff to address curriculum and enrollment needs|
|Conduct a demographic study to plan for enrollment changes|
On Thursday, April 6, the students of Red Bank Regional High School (RBR) emptied their classrooms and lined the school’s corridors to welcome home their victorious classmates. The Little Silver Fire and Police Departments provided a heroes’ escort as Team Maroon exited the van to the cheers and high fives of their school community. After seven months of grueling competitions, starting in a field of over 2,200 high schools, Team Maroon advanced round after round to achieve their victory. In mid-January the team earned their first trophy with the NJ State Champion title (RBR’s teams Gray and White ...
On March 16, the RBR Student Public Policy Group welcomed Joseph Amditis, Associate Director for the Montclair State Center for Cooperative Media, (affiliated Montclair University) to give a presentation on “Fake News.” His audience was composed of approximately 250 students including AP English and Journalism students. Dr. Moore explains, “The impetus for this program came directly from the students, who thought that “fake news” played a significant role in our recent presidential election.”
Following their strong showing in the Future Business Leader’s (FBLA) regional competition, Red Bank Regional (RBR) sent 14 students to compete in the State FBLA state competition which took place on March 16 at Harrah's Conference Center in Atlantic City. The students achieved medals in the following competitions: • Cybersecurity: 1st Place – Makoto Brown, Tinton Falls; 2nd Place -Bobby Villaluz, Shrewsbury; 3rdPlace- Kyle Neary, Shrewsbury • Intro to Information Technology -4th Place - ...
The Red Bank Regional (RBR) Academy of Information Technology (AOIT) always searches for opportunities for their students to compete on the specialized knowledge they learn in their technology academy. The AOIT found such an opportunity for its students to compete in computer coding on St. Patty’s Day, March 17, in the second annual Computer Science Teachers Association South Jersey (CSTA-SNJ) computer science competition at Stockton University in Galloway, NJ. The competition included 130 students from 12 New Jersey High Schools.
The Red Bank Regional (RBR) SOURCE Foundation will hold its seventh annual Casino Night, on Saturday, April 1, 2017, at The Oyster Point Hotel, 146 Bodman Avenue, Red Bank, NJ. Proceeds will benefit The SOURCE, RBR’s School Based Youth Services Program. The special event will take place from 7 pm to 11 pm. Tickets are $125 per person, which includes a two hour wine and beer open bar, dinner, entertainment, $50 chips and raffle basket entries. It also features a 50/50 drawing. Tickets can be purchased ...
The importance of good dental health is becoming more and more accepted in society as a medical necessity versus the luxury of having sparkling white teeth. Medical research links poor dental hygiene to such health issues as cardiovascular disease, stroke, pneumonia, diabetes and low birth weight. Yet some people cannot afford dental services and many lack the financial assistance of dental benefits, so they go without the services of a dentist. Dr. Benjamin Klayman began his practice of Red Bank Smiles