10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EOF Presentation: Jen Daro - Room #140 Tentative
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM RBR Band Winter Concert - Auditorium
11:35 AM Early Dismissal - Staff and Students
: Shhhh! It’s a surprise! But a few weeks before Red Bank Regional (RBR) alumnus Specialist Elijah Gray ships off from Fort Riley, Kansas, to Afghanistan he will receive a large box of holiday stockings stuffed with sweets for him and his whole troop to wish them well on their way. Elijah, formally from Red Bank, was an active member of his town’s emergency services group and decided to continue his service of his country in the military. His troop specializes in medical services.
Over two days in early December, students work through their lunch periods and join their fellow classmates in creating festive cards filled with inspirational messages for children going through very painful and lonely times in their young lives. “I always tell the students that this is something simple you can do as teenagers to make a difference in a child’s life during the holidays,” states RBR teacher Jennifer Casaine. Mrs. Casaine and Ms. Cassandra Dorn, who host the event...
Twenty-six students from the Red Bank Regional (RBR) chapter of the Family Career Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) returned home victorious from the state Fall Leadership Conference held in Edison, New Jersey, on November 19. Over 30 schools were represented from around the state. Pictured above are some of the members of the RBR’s team with their teacher Sue Eads. They are pictured above left to right: Colleen Dougan, Jordan Wesp, Alaina DeRose, Natalie Drzewiecki, Amira Ibrahim, Elizabeth Norton, Sophio Pouso, Summer Smith, Stephanie Flores, Julianna Vockroth, Mrs. Eads; Left to Right Front Row: Abby Bynoe, Ava Nelson, Rebecca Goldzwieg, ...
On Wednesday, December 5, The Red Bank Regional (RBR) Board of Education will make a comprehensive presentation on the upcoming December 11, bond referendum to improve and enhance their educational and athletic facilities. The presentation will take place at the high school at 7:00 pm. RBR is located at 101 Ridge Road in Little Silver. All residents of the sending school districts of Little Silver, Red Bank and Shrewsbury are encouraged to attend as they will be asked to vote on the referendum.
Red Bank Regional High School’s (RBR) right-hand star pitcher, Jack Povey, 18, from Shrewsbury, was delighted to have received his acceptance to play baseball for Villanova University. Baseball has always been a first love for Jack who has played the game as soon as he was big enough to swing a bat at age three. Although he played ice hockey for a year at RBR and CYO basketball for Holy Cross, he soon focused exclusively on baseball. He considers the highlight of his high school career ...
: Two Red Bank Regional’s (RBR) Visual & Performing Art Academy (VPA) students were chosen as Rising Stars by the Algonquin Arts Theatre, a 20 year old, state-wide competition. RBR junior Catherine Creed, Red Bank, 16, a VPA vocal major, and freshman Gabriel McGivern-Jimenez, 14, Wall Township, a VPA piano major were chosen along with ten other student musicians. Selections were made from entrants’ audition tapes of classical music selections. The twelve finalists performed in a concert held on Wednesday, November 14, at the Algonquin Theatre in Manasquan NJ.
For over a decade, Red Bank Regional High School (RBR), through its BUC Backer 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, May 3, 2019. Nominees should have graduated from RBR or its predecessor, Red Bank High School. They should be role models to our young people, have distinguished themselves in their careers and/or served their communities with honor and significant commitment.
The Red Bank Regional (RBR) Theatre Company will present The Diary of Anne Frank from November 29 through December 2. The play’s leading roles of the Frank Family are portrayed by Charlotte “Charley” Novara (Anne), Little Silver; Peter Deverin (Otto Frank), Little Silver; Gillian Andresen (Edith Frank), Oceanport; and Penny Hill (Margot Frank), Little Silver. The play was originally adapted for the stage in 1955 by Francis Goodrich and Albert Hackett. This performance reflects the re-adaption of Wendy Kesselman in 1997.