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    • Homework Help in the Media Center Monday - Thursday 2:45pm - 5:15pm. No appointment necessary.
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    • Peer Tutoring offered in room 262 during both lunch/study periods.  See your counselor for a pass.
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    • 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 skeller@rbrhs.org.

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  •  Shoes line the RBR corridors in a display representing the 233 young people who lost their lives

    RBR Presents Parental Program on Teenage Suicide

    In October, Red Bank Regional (RBR) parents arrived at their monthly Buc Backer Foundation (BBF) meeting to see a queue of shoes lining the walls and snaking around the halls to their meeting room. The shoes were part of a presentation by the founder of AIR™, Attitudes in Reverse, to create a haunting but poignant statement on the topic of suicide. The exhibit displayed 233 pairs of shoes representing the number of young people in New Jersey who took their lives in just the two years between 2010 and 2012. Suicide has grown to be the second cause of death for young people 15 to 24 in the US...

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  •  Seth Rainess

    RBR Staff Counseled on Sensitivity to the Transgender Student

    Red Bank Regional (RBR) recently invited author, educator and advocate, Seth Rainess, to speak to staff on the topic of, supporting students who self identify as Transgender or Gender Non-conforming. Mr. Rainess works as the Trans-family Group Facilitator with the Jersey Shore/Monmouth County PFLAG (Parents and Families of Lesbians & Gays). He is uniquely qualified to discuss this subject from both his professional and educational background, with masters’ degrees in Psychology and Rehabilitation Counseling, as well as, his own personal journey with transitioning.

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  •  Pictured is last year's alumni inductees

    RBR Looking to Community for Distinguished Alumni Nominees

    For over a decade, the Red Bank Regional High School (RBR), through its Foundation, has observed a warm tradition of honoring its most distinguished alumni. Our students celebrate their lives in prose and music at a special ceremony and luncheon reception. We are seeking nominations from the public for this worthy honor which takes place at the high school on Friday, April 26, 2016. Nominees need to have attended RBR or its predecessor, Red Bank High School, at least 15 years ago...

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  • Source Director Suzanne Keller, Amy Cavallo, Kevin Breel, Mackenzie Walsh, and Julie Cocker

    Author and Ted Talk Sensation Kevin Breel Broaches Subject of Teen Depression at RBR

    Twenty-two year old, author, performer, Ted Talk sensation and mental health activist Kevin Breel recently brought his important message of teenage depression and awareness to Red Bank Regional. His visit was sponsored by the RBR SOURCE, the School-based Youth Service Program. RBR was the only high school stop on his book tour due to a poignant invitation proffered by RBR senior Julie Coker, a member of the Youth Council Executive Committee for Society for the Prevention of Suicide in Freehold.

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  •  Frank (Dusty) Bublin is pictured mowing the RBR football field,

    RBR Honors its Long-Serving Staff

    Red Bank Regional High School (RBR) recently recognized the dedicated service provided to the school district by fifty-four staff members in whose service ranges from 15 to 40 years. The honor of the most senior staff member was received by Frank (Dusty) Bublin, part of our building and grounds team. RBR Principal Risa Clay, who was also recognized for 23 years of service stated, “RBR has received so many accolades, we thought it important to recognize longevity of service. ..."

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