9:00 AM - 2:00 PM Choir Car Wash - Parking Lot
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM Crop Walk - Parking Lot
2:30 PM - 8:30 PM Math League Event - Cafeteria
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM Source Community Advisory Board - The Source
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM 8th Grade Open House
While Red Bank Regional (RBR) students were on holiday for Columbus Day on October 8, their world language and ELL teachers took a class in German. It was a very lively, gesticulating class taught by Blaine Ray, the inventor of a special foreign language instruction method called Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling (TRPS). RBR Italian teacher Amy Eagelton underwrote a grant from The Red Bank Regional BUC Backers to finance the all-day workshop.
On Friday, September 21, NJ Department of Education Assistant Commissioner Dr. Linda Eno, Monmouth County Superintendent Dr. Lester Richens, a large contingent of officials from the NJ Department of Education and state board members visited Red Bank Regional (RBR). The group’s mission was to learn firsthand about the schools long-standing, award-winning CTE programs. CTE or Certified Technical Educational programs are colloquially known as Red Bank Regional’s career academies.
Once again Red Bank Regional (RBR) has made the prestigious list of top high schools in New Jersey, which is produced by the NJ Monthly magazine. RBR is now rated # 39 in the state up substantially from #89 in 2016. (The rankings are conducted biennially.) RBR is also ranked the second best high school in Monmouth County. This substantial improvement in rank reflects continual improvement in a number of areas including the increase in RBR students taking at least one Advanced Placement (AP) or International Baccalaureate (IB) course.
On Wednesday, October 3, The Red Bank Regional (RBR) Board of Education will make a comprehensive presentation on the upcoming December 11 bond referendum to improve and enhance the district’s educational and athletic facilities. The presentation will take place in the high school media center at 7:00 pm. RBR is located at 101 Ridge Road in Little Silver. Residents Little Silver, Red Bank and Shrewsbury are encouraged to attend as they will be asked to vote on the referendum.
On August 29, Red Bank Regional High School heartily welcomed the Class of 2022. Over 300 freshmen spent the afternoon getting acquainted with their new high school. They signed in to their new email to access the student records system. They were photographed for an I.D. and assigned lockers which upper classman helped them access. The same upper classman met with them in private sessions to answer their most frequent questions and dispel any misinformation.
Additionally, Niche ranked RBR as 59 out of 404 for Best Public High School Teachers in New Jersey; 66 out of 411 for Best Public High School in New Jersey. See all the stats at https://www.niche.com/k12/red-bank-regional-high-school-little-silver-nj/. According to the Niche website “The Niche 2019K-12 Rankings are based on rigorous analysis of academic and student life data from the U.S. Department of Education along with test scores, college data, and ratings (surveys) collected from millions of Niche users….
The first home game of the 2018 Red Bank Regional (RBR) football season will take place on Friday, September 21, with a pre-game barbecue. The event is a collaboration of the RBR BUC Backer Foundation and The SOURCE, RBR’s School Based Youth Services Program. Proceeds from this fundraiser will benefit both organizations which support RBR. The barbecue begins at 5:30pm and continues to the opening kick-off at 7 pm when the RBR Buccaneers meet the Red Bank Catholic Caseys. Tickets are $12 per person
This summer, Red Bank Regional (RBR) students Sima Vaidya and Adeline Monfil, contributed toward Beijing’s efforts to transform its polluted city into a sustainable living environment. Dylan Weiss collaborated with high school students from around the United States in an entrepreneurial competition in Dublin, Ireland. Orean Luna joined classmates Nicholas Principe and Lauren Marcolus in beautiful Ferrara, Italy, immersed in the Italian language and culture for four weeks. Gian Guerra similarly chose immersion in France ...