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  • In Support of the RBR Strategic Plan, the Board of Education has adopted the following District Goals for the 2016-17 School Year. For more updates or to view the entire Strategic plan.

    Goal 1: To expand the use of educational technology, including Google School platforms, to increase student engagement and technology integration into the instructional program.

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    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


    Goal 2: Consistent with the direction of the Strategic Plan, to establish new and strengthen existing academy programs.

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    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.


    Goal 3: To expand access to and enrollment in programs that link students to real world career options and college readiness experiences. These programs include dual enrollment courses, AP and IB programs, as well as programs that serve the needs of both college-bound and non-college bound students.

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    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


    Goal 4: To increase communication and collaboration between the district, our communities and families with the objective of increasing awareness, involvement, and engagement.

    ProgressObjective
    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


    Goal 5: To explore facility needs and options to address enrollment increases and instructional needs.

    ProgressObjective
    Hire a new district architect to work with staff to address curriculum and enrollment needs
    Conduct a demographic study to plan for enrollment changes

News

  • Washington Post Ranks RBR as One of the Most Challenging Schools in the Nation

    The Washington Post has once again listed Red Bank Regional High School (RBR) among one of the most challenging high schools in the nation. According to the Washington Post rankings (https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/local/high-school-challenge-2017/) RBR was ranked 2nd in Monmouth County, 29th in New Jersey and 758 in the nation. Only 2,368 schools made the ranking in the nation, and RBR ranked within the top third of that universe. According to Washington Post Columnist Jay Matthews,

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  • RBR Summer VPA Academy Presents “Attack of the Pom-Pom Zombies” on August 10

    Middle school students and rising freshmen are having a great deal of fun amid the hard work of rehearsing for their upcoming production of “Attack of the Pom-Pom Zombies” to be presented at the Red Bank Regional High School auditorium on Thursday, August 10 at 7 pm. Tickets are $5 per person and can be purchased at the door. RBR is located at 101 Ridge Road in Little Silver New Jersey. The phantasmagorical Stephen Murray musical is produced by special arrangement with the Eldridge Publishing ...

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  • New Jersey Students Introduced to Field of Cybersecurity in Free Camp Offered at Brookdale Campus

    For two weeks in July, students were able to attend a free camp introducing them to the vital field of cybersecurity. The program, called the GenCyber Jersey Blues 2017 Summer Camp, was funded through a grant provided by the National Security Administration in partnership with the National Science Foundation. Its purpose is to attract more students to study STEM, and in particular to the growing and important field of cybersecurity. The grant was written by Brookdale engineering and technology ...

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  • Incoming Freshmen Learn Techniques to Handle the Stress of High School

    : “What is stressful to you about high school?” Rodney Salomon asked rising Red Bank Regional (RBR) ninth graders. The students responded with a variety of answers, including: “friendships—breaking ones apart and finding new ones,”… “school work,”… “the upper classmen looking down on you.” Rodney Salomon and Mychal Mills, the principals of KYDS, Konscious Youth Development & Services, a non-profit youth organization in Monmouth County, recently visited RBR’s Summer Slam freshman transitional

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  • Eagle Scout Returns to his Day Care to Create Eagle Scout Project

    On July 15, recent Red Bank Regional (RBR) graduate Kent Hottmann was honored as an Eagle Scout at an Eagle Court of Honor held at the Shrewsbury Presbyterian Church. Kent became Shrewsbury’s Troop 50’s 111th scout to earn Scouting’s highest award since the Troop’s inception in the 1930s. To satisfy the requirements for the rank, Kent performed over 100 community service hours and provided service and leadership for his troop. The latter was evident in Kent’s role as an Assistant

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  • RBR Graduate Interns with Local Surgeon to Chart Career Path

    Red Bank Regional (RBR) recent graduate Chase Hintelmann can remember talking with his parents about his grandfather’s early passing. At only 61, a heart attack stole his family’s patriarch. Chase was in preschool at the time. “They say that he may have been saved if he had heart surgery.” He recalls, “I remember saying, ‘I wanted to be one of those people who could have helped him.’” Other signs from his childhood pointed him on the path he now follows as a pre-med student at Johns Hopkins University ...

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