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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 Star Runner Jackie Prestininzi to Run at Bryant University Next Year

    : Red Bank Regional (RBR) senior track and cross country runner Jackie Prestininzi, 17 of Shrewsbury, will be attending Bryant University next year and will run for the Bryant Bulldogs. Jackie has been a three-season runner at RBR and acquired four varsity track letters (to date) as well as two in cross country. She was elected as captain on both teams for her senior year. Her coach Maria Crowley states of her star runner, “Her prowess as an outstanding contributor, competing all three seasons for the Bucs, goes beyond her athletic ability. She has proven herself as a leader at Red Bank Regional.

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  • RBR Photography Major Show Set for May 10 at Canvas Art Studio in Fair Haven

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  • Principal Risa Clay to Depart RBR:

    At its April 3 board meeting, the Red Bank Regional Board (RBR) of Education accepted the resignation from its Principal, Risa Clay effective October 31, 2019. Mrs. Clay will be on sick leave from April 3 to October 31. Superintendent Louis Moore praised Mrs. Clay for her leadership and many contributions to the high school stating, “As principal and in many other roles, Risa Clay’s efforts have been essential in establishing an environment at RBR that is compassionate and truly student-centered.”

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  • RBR String Major John Simone Selected to Honors Guitar Ensemble

    Red Bank Regional (RBR) formed its guitar ensemble four years ago as part of the Academy of Visual & Performing Arts (VPA) string program. It has proven to be a popular new VPA major grounded in classical guitar theory. RBR junior John Simone, 16, from Shrewsbury, is the first RBR student accepted into the prestigious New Jersey Music Education Association (NJMEA) Honors Guitar Ensemble, which brings together the top student classical guitar musicians in the state of New Jersey.

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  • RBR Hires Dave Schuman as Head Football Coach

    At its April 3 Board Meeting, the Red Bank Regional Board (RBR) of Education hired Dave Schuman as its new football coach. Dave replaces Nick Giglio as head coach who was the second longest serving football coach (ten years) at RBR. He brought the team to the Group III Championship in 2015 when he was named the Asbury Park Press Coach of the Year. Coach Giglio leaves his post with 45 wins, tied with legendary Coach Robert Strangia’s record. Mr. Schuman is a business owner of the National Underclassman Combine ...

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  • RBR Presents It’s Hard to Be a Kid Today Giving Parents Tools to Help their Teenagers

    On March 20, Youth Counselor Nicki Francis of Wellspring Center for Prevention gave a frank presentation about the pressures facing children today and how parents can help navigate them through this tough time. Adolescence has always been a very vulnerable time in a person’s life, however, the age of technology and social media has complicated that timeframe and made it more of a challenge for parents to counteract societal pressures. RBR’s Student Assistance Counselor Lori Todd, the Buc Backers, and the RBR SOURCE sponsored the event.

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  • RBR’s Lily Pena Wins Regional Poetry Out Loud Contest for Second Time

    For the second year in a row, Red Bank Regional’s (RBR) Lily Pena, 17, of Red Bank, won the NJ Poetry Out Loud Region 3 contest to represent Monmouth, Ocean and Middlesex Counties in the state competition, which was held in March at Ocean County College in NJ. She shares this honor with Nathan Magno, of Toms River, a student at the Ocean County Vocational Technical School Performing Arts Academy. The two are among the 20,000 students statewide that competed in the Poetry Out Loud contest. Twenty schools were represented in the Region 3 competition held at Count Basie in February. This national recitation contest is sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Poetry Foundation.

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  • RBR AOIT Team Takes Second Place in New Jersey CyberPatriot State Championship Over 45 RBR students took the CyberPatriot Challenge

    From the beginning of this school year, the Red Bank Regional (RBR) Academy of Information Technology Students (AOIT) have been preparing for the renown CyberPatriotXI national competition. They began in September with over 45 participants representing 8 teams. After over 100 hours of preparation, one team survived to the top of the New Jersey state competition coming in second place. Team Dark Red is composed of Captain Steven White, 17, Union Beach; Rafael Martinez, 18, Red Bank; Matthew Swaggerty, 17, Little Silver; Matthew Izzo, 17, Little Silver; Dennis Dayan, 16, West Long Branch and Sean O’Mara, 16, Shrewsbury. Team Dark Red rose to the top platinum division competing among 740 teams from around the country. A victorious 17 teams then vied for the top spots in the State of New Jersey.

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