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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 BUC Backers Host Corn Hole Tournament Fundraiser at Monmouth Park March 30

    The RBR BUC Backers will host a Cornhole tournament fundraiser on March 30, 2019, at the Monmouth Park Racetrack. The event check in as at 11 am with tournament play set for 12 pm. The cost is $70 per team. Racetrack food and beverages are available for purchase. The event features cash prizes and a 50/50. Monmouth Park is located at 175 Oceanport Avenue. Activities take place at the 2nd floor grandstand. For further information, contact Kevin White at cnjcornhole@gmail.com or call/text to 732-621-0511. All proceeds benefit the Red Bank Regional High School (RBR) through the BUC Backer foundation.

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  • RBR Hannah Gazdus Named National Merit Scholar Finalist Five other Students Recognized by the College Board

    In mid-February, the College Board notified Red Bank Regional that senior Hannah Gazdus, 18, of Shrewsbury was one of 15,000 students nationwide selected as a National Merit Scholarship finalist. That represents the top 1% of over 1.5 million that take the PSAT in their junior year, upon which this scholarship is based. She now will compete for the scholarship from which 7,500 students are selected. Hannah is a member of the RBR Visual & Performing Arts Academy as a Studio Arts Major. This young Renaissance woman has pursued her numerous talents in many areas.

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  • RBR Presents “The Music Man” March 28 to 31 Little Silver: The Red Bank Regional Theatre Company will present the famed musical “The Music Man” created by Meredith Wilson for the American stage. Performances will take place on Thursday, March 28, through

    The Red Bank Regional Theatre Company will present the famed musical “The Music Man” created by Meredith Wilson for the American stage. Performances will take place on Thursday, March 28, through Saturday, March 30, at 7 pm with a special matinee performance on Sunday, March 31, at 2 pm. Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for seniors and non-RBR students. Admission is free to RBR students and staff. Tickets can be purchased online at https://rbrhsnj.booktix.com/. For group sales contact Eileen Hipper at 732-842-8000 Ext. 227.

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  • WEForum Teen Advocacy Group Encourages Students to Wise Up about the Environment and their Health Choices to Change Learned Behaviors

    Teenagers from three area schools have been meeting regularly and staging events to promote their message of teenage health and environmental sustainability as a youth group of the WEForum community organization. Under the banner of WiseUp TAG (Teenage Advocacy Group) girls from Rumson Fair Haven, Red Bank Regional and Red Bank Catholic have presented their message at Long Branch elementary school program, and at Monmouth University’s Wellness Day for over 1,500 middle school students. They are currently developing social media sites to further broadcast their message to their peers.

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  • Community Invited to Forum on Challenges Facing Today’s Youth It’s Really Hard to Be a Kid Today Takes Place March 20 at RBR

    On, Wednesday, March 20, 2019, at 7 pm, the general public is invited to Red Bank Regional High School (RBR) for an important conversation on the unique challenges facing today’s youth. The forum, entitled “It’s Really Hard to Be a Kid Today” is hosted by the RBR SOURCE, The RBR BUC Backers and Wellspring Center for Prevention. Nicki Francis of Wellspring, who has 18 years of experience in the field of youth counseling, will be the guest speaker. Questions will be addressed on how today’s youth deal with stress ...

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  • RBR’s Meghan Murray Racks her 1000th point Fueling RBR Girls’ Basketball’s Spectacular Season

    : Meghan Murray has joined all former RBR female superstars in achieving her 1000th point in basketball. She accomplished this milestone on February12 in a very exciting game against Southern Regional during the first round of the shore conference tournament. This season saw the RBR girls’ basketball team achieve unprecedented success. Under their coach, John Truhan III, the RBR Girls made the state semi-finals in back to back seasons for the first time since 1998. The Lady Bucs beat neighborhood rival RBC also for the first time since 1998. They finished the season with 20 wins, more than Ridge Road rival RFH as well as RBC, for the first time ever!

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  • RBR Female Cyber Security Team Wins Girls Go Cyberstart/Cisco Essay Contest

    Red Bank Regional technology students were among four teams in the nation that won the first annual Girls Go Cyberstart/Cisco Essay Contest. Mackenzie Wood, 17, Oceanport; Tess Hintelmann, 16, Little Silver; and Allessandra Swart, 16, Spring Lake, composed Team Bucaroo. The other three winners were from teams in Indiana, Texas and High Tech High in Lincroft, New Jersey. The winners received an all-expense-paid trip to the three-day professional cybersecurity conference in Pittsburg, PA.

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  • RBR Honors its Top Academic Students and Varsity Letters Recipients

    At the February 6 Board Meeting, the Red Bank Regional (RBR) Board of Education was visited by a huge crowd of students and their parents to honor RBR’s top academic superstars including Commended Merit and AP scholars. The largest group of honorees were given their own varsity letters, a time- honored RBR tradition, which recognizes students who have consecutive honor rolls throughout the previous school year.

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