7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Piano/Harp/Choir Concert - Auditorium
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Markham Winter Concert - Auditorium
6:00 PM The Source Foundation Meeting
Marisol Mondaca has served as the SOURCE Bilingual Clinician from the program’s inception 18 years ago. Over the years she has been able to build a program that constantly grows and changes with the needs of RBR’s Hispanic population. Her efforts have been recently recognized with the designation of RBR’s Educational Professional of the Year. She was awed and humbled by the honor stating, “I work in a department with so many committed people who work so hard. It is very humbling for me
Teacher, coach, mentor, father, grandfather, those are the many hats that Brad Olsen proudly wears. He recently added a new hat to his wardrobe, that of RBR Teacher of the Year. Principal Clay states of Brad Olsen, “He does an exceptional job with his students who speak to him so often because he is such a good listener. He is a role model to his peers as he works tirelessly to assist his students and consistently offers help and suggestions to staff. He is a force to be reckoned with and is an extremely positive influence at Red Bank Regional.”
Red Bank Regional (RBR) had one of the best tennis seasons it experienced in over a decade led by their star player, senior Abby Decker of Shrewsbury. The Girls ended the season with a 16-5 record, the most wins in the last twelve years. Also, RBR had the largest number of athletes qualify for states ever. The Team was represented by Abby Decker, first singles, Bridge Tobin, Second Singles and Sophie Pouso and Belle McCarthy, first doubles. ...
For two days during the lunch hour in early December, an assembly of Red Bank Regional (RBR) Santa’s helpers gather to create holiday cards to cheer up children who will be spending their holidays in hospitals. This national initiative was adapted by RBR teacher Jennifer Casaine and assisted by RBR Teacher Cassandra Dorn. The National Cards for Hospitalized Kids program began six years ago and is responsible for sending holiday cards to over 100,000 hospitalized children throughout the United States.
The members of the Red Bank Regional (RBR) Spanish Honor Society conducted their annual treat drive and stocking stuffing event to send to units of our military who cannot come home for the holidays. Their teacher, Lisa Boyle, has organized this effort every year. This year was very special since her inspiration for conducting this effort, her cousin army veteran Chris Bray, joined the effort. Chris Bray has returned to New Jersey as a civilian working in Fort Dix following many years ...
Think about an innocent baseball cap, a can of soda, a picture frame, a speaker, tennis balls, a cute little glass dinosaur figurine. What do they all have in common? Teenagers have found clever ways for these everyday items, commonly found in their rooms, to hide their illicit drug activity. In a special program on November 29, arranged by Red Bank Regional High School (RBR) Student Assistance Counselor Lori Todd, Special Agent Timothy P. McMahon, Public Information Officer of the N.J