|Train RBR staff to serve as Google coaches to support colleagues with the integration of Google Applications for educators|
|To provide professional development for RBRHS faculty on the use of Google classroom|
|Establish an Instructional Technology Committee to advise on professional development and other needs|
|To focus on the restructure of the sports medicine and management pathway into a 4 year academy|
|Propose coursework and predict staffing and facility needs to restructure the Early Childhood CTE program into an Education CTE 4-Year Academy.|
|Increase enrollment in upper level courses including honors option, dual credit, AP, IB Programs|
|Increase dual enrollment courses to meet the needs of all students|
|Expand efforts to inform all students and families about the benefits of AP and IB programs|
|Encourage RBR enrollment by increasing the number of Academy presentations for students and their families at sending schools|
|Strengthen and maintain articulation through inter-district department and administrative meetings|
|Establish Saturday sessions with the Superintendent|
|Hire a new district architect to work with staff to address curriculum and enrollment needs|
|Conduct a demographic study to plan for enrollment changes|
Red Bank Regional (RBR) Creative Writing Majors recently learned that they earned 62 regional and one national award in the prestigious 2017 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards sponsored by the nonprofit Alliance for Young Artists & Writers. Senior, Kyle Eber of Bradley Beach earned a National Silver Award, which represents the second year in a row he has taken this honor. Kyle will continue his study of creative writing at Emerson College in Boston next year. Over 2500 students from around ...
Red Bank Regional High School (RBR) is well known for its depth of excellent academic programs, however, this year it received a new accolade. Niche Rankings has designated RBR as one of the top high schools for athletes in New Jersey, with a rank of 50 in its top 100 schools in New Jersey and fifth best in Monmouth County. It is rated A+ by Niche for clubs and activities and A overall. RBR Athletic Director, Del Dal Pra, comments, “We were thrilled to receive this recognition.
RBR will hold the first annual “Shark Tank” competition, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Red Bank on Tuesday, May 30, at the Media Center at 7 pm. The students, staff, parents and members of the greater RBR community are welcome to attend. Eighth student finalists (both teams and individuals) will make their formal presentation of products and ideas, which they hope to create/manufacture with the help of Rotary Club scholarships awards. Eight finalists were chosen from the pool of proposals.
On Friday, April 28, Red Bank Regional High School (RBR) inducted six alumni into its Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame. The event was sponsored and organized by the BUC Backer Foundation under the Co-chairs Judy Noglows and Teresa Jahns Hottmann. This year’s inductees included: • Carol A. Penn, DO, MA, FACCE, Physician Specializing in Family Practice Medicine, Class of 1974 , Red Bank resident • Cassandra L. Dorn, Red Bank Regional English Teacher, Class of 1986, West Long Branch resident, formally of Little Silver • Joey N. Fields, Sergeant Red Bank Police Department, Class of 1987, (formally of Red Bank, and current Tinton Falls resident • Ramona Q. Johnson, Lead Resource Inclusion Teacher at Hawkins Street School (Newark Public Schools), Class of 1991, Red Bank resident • Erin M. Curtis, OD, Doctor of Optometry, Class of 1997, formerly of Red Bank, now Tinton Falls resident, Red Bank Business Owner and Doctor • James T. Pierson, Red Bank Middle School Vice Principal, Class of 2001, Red Bank resident
RBR's excellent academic reputation is mirrored in the success of its academy programs, which are accredited by the state through guidelines for operation as a Career and Technical Education program. One such guideline is the formation of an advisory board consisting of stakeholders in the school district including staff, students, parents, higher education and industry. With the restructuring of some of RBR’s academy programs, RBR's new STEM supervisor, David Fusco, who oversees the Information
Kristin Dingelstedt of Shrewsbury was awarded First Place in a Technical Student Association (TSA) engineering competition which took place at the College of New Jersey on April 8. Over 1,400 students from around the state of New Jersey competed in over 30 categories. Kristin competed in a new category of faux cake design, something that is utilized for display in a variety of settings, and designed by engineers. RBR engineering teacher Kathryn Hawley states, “The TSA competitions are aligned ...