8:00 AM NJ Biology Competency Test
8:00 AM NJ Biology Competency Test
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM The Source End-Of-The-Year Reception - Commons
6:30 PM - 10:30 PM RBR Prom - Off-Site
8:00 AM SAT - RBRHS
Community Tutoring runs every Tuesday and Wednesday 6-7:30pm at River Street Commons-49 Catherine Street, Red Bank. For more information contact: Suzanne Keller 732-842-8000 ext. 1-236 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Buccaneer Spring Issue Publishes today with some great stories on RBR including the success of our Math League, our Harp and Piano concert, and a full Spring Sports Round-up. This issue features the articles written by our Buccaneers for the BUC Backer Education Foundation in celebration of all our 2016 Distinguished Alumni. Read an editorial on the recent gender bathroom controversy as well as an Ode to Prince and other features and articles. Visit the website at http://therbrbuc.weebly.com/.
Red Bank Regional (RBR) took home three Basie Awards this year with Patrick Monaghan once again winning Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama for Amadeus. (He won the same honor last year for his leading role in Much Ado About Nothing.) Reuben Jackson also won two awards: The first for Outstanding Direction in a Drama and the second for Outstanding Production in a Drama, both for Amadeus. Mr. Jackson’s twin awards comes in this his debut year at RBR as its drama teacher and production director.
On April 29, the Red Bank Regional (RBR) Buc Backer Foundation held its 15th annual induction of Distinguished Alumni into its Hall of Fame. This year’s inductees included: award-winning, psychiatric researcher Janice A. Egeland, Ph.D., Class of 1952; otolaryngologist, and inventor Dr. S. Thomas Westerman, Class of 1952; Red Bank businessman and community leader Dean Ross, Class of 1969; physician and professor Dr. Lindsay Maggio, Class of 1998; financial advisor; coach and collegiate star athlete Tahj J. Holden, Class of 1999; and Army Troop Commander and West Point graduate and athlete CPT Bo Olsen, Class of 2004.
RBR senior Jose Ramirez of Red Bank recently took first place at the State Technology Student Association (TSA) Competition for his portfolio and model in Transportation Modeling. The event took place at the College of New Jersey on April 16. His advisor, RBR technology teacher Kathryn Hawley states, “Last year Jose placed third in this same competition. He worked so hard, and this year he earned the first place finish! We are so proud of him.” In the competition in which Jose excelled,
The best pre-school opportunity in the area just doubled its capacity as the Red Bank Regional (RBR) Little Bucs Preschool program will add an afternoon class next fall. The program is operated free of charge to residents in the RBR sending-school towns of Little Silver, Red Bank, Shrewsbury as well as surrounding towns in conjunction with the high school’s Early Childhood Development Program. Applications are currently being accepted for the 2016-2017 school year. The tentative starting date ...
Principal Risa Clay of Red Bank Regional High School (RBR), challenges her school and her entire community to get fit with her. Jumpstarting that resolution, RBR will host a WOD—Workout of the Day on Saturday, June 11. Evolve Training of Tinton Falls will orchestrate the workout which will take place throughout the day on the RBR Lacrosse field. Participants need to register at 9:30 am. The timed workouts will be staged in four rounds of a workout circuit which will consist of jump-roping,