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District Goals

  • 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.

News

  • RBR to Host Monmouth County Ninth Annual GAYLA on June 8

    The Red Bank Regional (RBR) Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) is honored to be hosting the ninth annual Gayla, on June 8. This well-attended and exciting event gives LGBTQ+ youth and Allies, a safe and friendly space to dance and socialize. The Gayla will take place from 6:30 –9:30 pm; RBR is located at 101 Ridge Road in Little Silver, NJ. Admission to The Gayla is $20. Pre-registration is required. If interested visit the makeitbetter4youth.org website for registration information. Contact RBR GSA ...

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  • RBR Female Tech Students Receive Recognition from NCWIT Aspirations in Computing

    In early April, Red Bank Regional (RBR) was informed that six of their female technology students were honored as New Jersey Affiliate Winners of the NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Awards. (NCIT is an acronym for National Center for Women and Information Technology.) They are: Shelley Banfield, 17, Shrewsbury, Affiliate Winner; Tess Hintelmann, 15, Little Silver; NJ Affiliate Winner; Victoria Lloyd, 18, Little Silver, NJ Affiliate Winner; Marie Davidson,18, Shrewsbury, NJ Affiliate Honorable Mention ...

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  • RBR Treats its Staff to some TLC on Wellness Day

    “This is the best thing after PARCC; It is a great stress release,” Stated Red Bank Regional (RBR) math teacher Mariah Iapicco. She was expressing the common held sentiments of the RBR staff regarding the school district’s decision to provide a staff wellness day following six straight days of standardized testing. PARCC, the state’s required standardized testing, encompasses every school district during six days in the spring. It could be as stressful for the teachers as the students. ...

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  • RBR Source Recognized by the Mental Health Association of Monmouth County

    On May 2, The SOURCE, Red Bank Regional’s (RBR) School Based Youth Services Program, was honored by the Mental Health Association of Monmouth County (MHAMC) with its Tony Dowling Child Advocacy Award. The award was presented at its annual dinner at the Oyster Point Hotel. The entire RBR Source team was recognized for “their consistent, concrete, and immeasurable support to the youth and families in the local community for 17 years.” The Source staff includes: Suzanne Keller, Program Director; ...

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  • RBR Inducts Distinguished Alumni to its 2018 Hall of Fame

    On April 27, Red Bank Regional (RBR) High School inducted its 2018 Distinguished Alumni members to its Hall of Fame. They include: accomplished plastic surgeon and missionary doctor of reconstructive surgery William H. Truswell, M.D., F.A.C.S., Class of 1964; multiply decorated retired Army Colonel John "Jay" Waters, Class of 1983; long-time head electrician of the PNC Bank Arts Center Francis Hankins, Class of 1985; Senior Vice President of Nickelodeon Preschool Television Sarah Landy, Class of 1993; and music educator and performer Jennifer Brush, Class of 2005.

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  • RBR Football Players named by All Shore Sports Network for Academic All Shore Team

    Nick Arnone, Shrewsbury, and Kevin Weisman, Little Silver, were recently honored as members of the Academic All Shore Team for football by the All Shore Sports Network. The sports network honors students in all sports for their superior academics and athletic performance. Coach Nick Giglo states of this honor, “This year’s senior class was comprised of multiple scholar athletes, super kids, who are going to become future community leaders and CEO's of big companies. They are all continuing ...

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  • RBR Athletes Commit to Play College Sports on National Commitment Day

    Red Bank Regional’s (RBR) student athletes committed on May 1 to play sports at the colleges of their choice next fall. They are (pictured from left to right),(top row): Salvatore Giglio, Red Bank, football, Springfield College; Samuel Goldzweig, Shrewsbury, cross country/track and field, Marist College; Zachary Mueller, Little Silver, golf, Catholic University; Andrew Hall, Little Silver, swim and dive, Bates College; (sitting): Alex Terody, Union Beach, track and field, Penn State; ...

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  • RBR Commercial Photography Students Hold Senior Art Show

    Red Bank Regional (RBR) seniors in the Academy of Visual & Performing Arts (VPA) Commercial Photography program will be presenting their work in a final group exhibit at Surf Taco in Belmar. The restaurant is located at 1003 Main Street. Seniors include: McKenna Matthews, Bradley Beach; Shannon Studer, Deal; McKayla Prestininzi, Shrewsbury; Bridget Kelly; Little Silver, Sarah Curtis; Little Silver and Cece McCarthy, Red Bank. The students have been involved in the specialized program as photography majors throughout all of their high school careers learning new techniques and growing as artists.

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