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  • In Support of the RBR Strategic Plan, the Board of Education has adopted the following District Goals for the 2018-19 School Year. For more updates or to view the entire Strategic plan.

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  • RBR Vocal Major Awarded 2019 All Shore Chorus Vocal Performance Scholarship

    Red Bank Regional (RBR) senior Claire Taylor of Ocean Township was recently awarded the 2019 All Shore Chorus Vocal Performance Scholarship. The All Shore Choir brings together the best of the best high school choir singers from Monmouth and Ocean Counties in New Jersey; Claire performed a solo at the group’s February 2 and 10 concerts. This was the second time that Claire made the prestigious All Shore group and this scholarship is the latest in a series of accolades the soprano operatic singer has amassed ...

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  • Feb 28 Trade and Job Fair Offers Career Job Opportunities for Graduating Seniors and Adults

    Over 50 Monmouth County employers, trade schools and armed services organizations will participate at a Trade and Job Fair on February 28, from 6 to 8 p m at the Monmouth Career Center located at 1000 Kozloski Road in Freehold, NJ. The event is sponsored by the Monmouth County Guidance Directors’ Association (MCGDA) representing all high schools in Monmouth County. High school seniors curious about post-graduation employment, trades school or military service are encouraged to attend. The event is also open to adults seeking the same opportunities.

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  • Jersey Shore Chinese School Celebrates the Chinese New Year at RBR

    On February 5, the official Chinese New Year, the Jersey Shore Chinese School students celebrated the Year of the Pig at Red Bank Regional School (RBR). Each year, the Chinese school students perform this much anticipated pageantry showcasing their amazing talents. RBR’s World Language Mandarin students Grace Davidson, Gabrielle Jamieson, John O’Leary and Christian Amorosi speaking in Chinese and translating in English introduced their guest artists to their assembled student body. A magical Chinese folk dance ...

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  • RBR Interactive Media Students take Second Prize in County-wide Freeholder PSA Video Contest on Voting

    “The turnout for the last election was really important and we needed to step up because we are the new generation to say what we want in our society,” states Natalie Finn. That thought inspired her and her production partner Maggie Watson to create a fun, catchy PSA on voting to attract other young people to vote. Their efforts, stylized on a parody of the Y.M.C.A. song entitled V.O.T.E., captured the second place award in the Monmouth County Freeholder Voting PSA competition. Both Maggie and Natalie were formally commended for their efforts at the January 24 Freeholders’ meeting.

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  • RBR SOURCE Foundation to Host Fashion Show & Gift Auction Feb 10

    On Sunday, February, 10, 2019, the Red Bank Regional (RBR) SOURCE Foundation will hold its annual Fashion Show and Gift Auction to support the Andrew Kroon Memorial Scholarship Program. The event takes place at noon to 3 pm at the picturesque Oyster Point Hotel on the Navesink River, 146 Bodman Avenue, Red Bank, NJ. Tickets are $55 per person for admission which includes the Fashion Show and luncheon. The 50/50 raffle and basket tickets are available for sale at the event for an additional fee. ...

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  • Nineteen RBR VPA Vocal Majors Make All Shore Chorus for 2019

    All Shore Chorus brings together the best of the best high school choir singers from Monmouth and Ocean Counties in New Jersey. The organization strives to challenge students by performing academic pieces that challenge and prepare them for singing beyond high school. The vocal program at RBR has a strong history of sending hundreds of students to sing with this exceptional local group. Accepted students into the choir have prepared and performed a rigorous audition with approximately 200 other students from the local area. This year's concert will be held at Monmouth Regional High School on Saturday, February 2, 2019 at 7 PM.

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  • RBR BUC Backer Foundation Hosts Ladies Luncheon and Gift Auction “Snowflakes & Sandcastles” on January 27

    On Sunday, January 27, from 12 to 4 pm, the RBR BUC Backer Foundation will host its annual “Ladies Day Out” luncheon at McLoone’s Pier House, at Pier Village in Long Branch. With the theme this year of “Snowflakes & Sandcastles” come for a cozy day at the seaside in the winter featuring chance auction baskets, a 3-course lunch, complimentary mimosa, cash bar and magnificent ocean views. Tickets are $70 per person. Prepaid ticket bags include auction ticket sheets, and one grand prize ticket. Tickets can be purchased through Pay Pal at http://www.bucbackerfoundation.com/ladies-luncheon.html.

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  • Stacy Liss Selected as RBR’s Educational Services Professional of the Year

    Stacy Liss, Red Bank Regional’s SOURCE clinical supervisor, was selected as RBR’s 2019 Educational Services Professional. Stacy came to RBR in 1998 as a Social Worker and initially she was a member of the Child Study Team. She was an original member of the SOURCE, which Risa Clay founded with a state grant nearly 20 years ago. Since then, she has functioned as the head clinician, providing supervision for master level clinicians and interning graduate students. She is proud to say that many Monmouth County mental health professionals have interned under her mentorship.

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