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    • In Support of the RBR Strategic Plan, the Board of Education has adopted the following District Goals for the 2017-18 School Year. For more updates or to view the entire Strategic plan.

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    • RBR Vocal Majors Dominate in NJMEA State Opera Honors

      On Friday, October 27th, seventeen Red Bank Regional High School Vocal Majors from the RBR Academy of Visual & Performing Arts competed against singers from around the state in the New Jersey Educators Music Association (NJMEA)’s All-State Opera competition. The event was adjudicated by two performers from the Metropolitan Opera Company in New York City. All seventeen RBR students were accepted in the NJ All State Opera Festival which took place at Red Bank Regional on Saturday, November 4.

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    • RBR Presents Hidden In Plain Sight An Interactive Program to Help Spot Signs of At-Risk Behaviors

      On Wednesday, November 29, Red Bank Regional (RBR) High School presents an interactive drug awareness event for parents, caretakers, educators and all community members presented by Special Agent Timothy P. McMahon, Public Information Officer, Drug Enforcement Administration, New Jersey Division. The event takes place at RBR from 7 to 8:30 pm. RBR is located at 101 Ridge Road, Little Silver, NJ. This is a free public service event and all community members are welcome. Participants will learn how

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    • RBR Theatre Presents William Shakespeare’s Timeless Tragedy, Macbeth, Nov. 17, 18 and 20

      The Red Bank Regional (RBR) Theatre Company will present William Shakespeare’s classic tragedy Macbeth. This is the tale of a doomed Scottish king and his plotting wife who ruthlessly cease power and descend into madness and paranoia spurred on by the supernatural omens foretold by the "weird sisters". RBR Director Rueben Jackson states, “It is one of Shakespeare's greatest plays and speaks across the centuries of unbridled political and personal ambition and its consequences, and is a classic study in the conflict of free choice versus fate."

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    • Seven RBR Vocal Majors Place in the Doris Lenz Musical Festival State Competition

      On October 7, Red Bank Regional High School (RBR) was proud to host the this year’s NJ Chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing’s (NATS) Doris Lenz Festival for High School Singers. RBR Visual & Performing Art Academy (VPA) students had the largest number of participants competing among the top high school voices throughout New Jersey. Additionally, a remarkable seven RBR students placed in the competitions. RBR took four top positions in the Women’s Classical Lower Division

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    • RBR Inducts Foundation Members into its Inaugural Athletic Hall of Fame

      For years, the Red Bank Regional School district through its educational, and then BUC Backers foundation has inducted alumni into its Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame. This year, however, a separate and distinct Hall of Fame was established exclusive to its Athletes. The inaugural class or foundation class was huge, as the school district, with a 100 + year history, had a lot of catching up to do. The Class inductions began with Four Sport Athlete Joe Irwin in 1923 and continued through Girls’ Lacrosse

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    • RBR Looking to Community for Distinguished Alumni Nominees

      For over a decade, 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 will take place at the high school on Friday, April 27, 2018. Nominees should have graduated from RBR or its predecessor, Red Bank High School. They should be role models ...

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