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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 BUC Backer Foundation Hosts Ladies Luncheon and Gift Auction “Snowflakes & Sandcastles” on January 27

    On Sunday, January 27, from 12 to 4 pm, the RBR BUC Backer Foundation will host its annual “Ladies Day Out” luncheon at McLoone’s Pier House, at Pier Village in Long Branch. With the theme this year of “Snowflakes & Sandcastles” come for a cozy day at the seaside in the winter featuring chance auction baskets, a 3-course lunch, complimentary mimosa, cash bar and magnificent ocean views. Tickets are $70 per person. Prepaid ticket bags include auction ticket sheets, and one grand prize ticket. Tickets can be purchased through Pay Pal at http://www.bucbackerfoundation.com/ladies-luncheon.html.

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  • Stacy Liss Selected as RBR’s Educational Services Professional of the Year

    Stacy Liss, Red Bank Regional’s SOURCE clinical supervisor, was selected as RBR’s 2019 Educational Services Professional. Stacy came to RBR in 1998 as a Social Worker and initially she was a member of the Child Study Team. She was an original member of the SOURCE, which Risa Clay founded with a state grant nearly 20 years ago. Since then, she has functioned as the head clinician, providing supervision for master level clinicians and interning graduate students. She is proud to say that many Monmouth County mental health professionals have interned under her mentorship.

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  • Lisa Boyle Selected as RBR Educator of the Year

    Red Bank Regional has selected Spanish teacher Lisa Boyle as its Educator of the Year for 2019. She has been very involved in many aspects of the school community since she arrived in 2002. Senora Boyle has been the advisor to the Spanish National Honor Society for at least 10 years. Before that she was the co-adviser for the multi-cultural club. Over the past three years she has stayed after school twice a week to tutor students in the RBR SOURCE community tutoring program. She fills in the time between the tutoring and class as the after-school detention teacher.

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  • RBR to Host Panel Discussion on Immigration on January 17

    On Thursday, January 17, Red Bank Regional High School (RBR) cordially invites our greater community to have a frank, open and productive discussion on one of the most controversial subjects of our time--- Immigration. The event will start at 7 pm in the RBR auditorium. The keynote speaker Jeremy Robbin, Executive Director of the New American Economy, is one of the most knowledgeable and dispassionate experts on the subject. The New American Economy is a bipartisan coalition of more than 500 CEOs and mayors ...

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  • RBR to Present a Winter Dance Showcase Friday, January 11

    Red Bank Regional (RBR) High School will present its Winter Dance Showcase on Friday, January 11, 2019, at 7 pm. The RBR Visual & Performing Arts Academy (VPA) dance majors will perform a variety of contemporary, ballet, hip hop, jazz and modern dance numbers in the newly dedicated Joseph A. Russo III Theatre.

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  • RBR Students Learn of College Acceptance on Instant Decision Day

    During two days in November, eight colleges visited Red Bank Regional High School (RBR), not for a college fair, but an actual interview with students for admission to those colleges. And the best part, the 50 students who participate learned that day that they were accepted into the college and the amount of scholarship they would receive. The offers were non-binding on the students. RBR Instant Decision Day 2018.

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  • RBR Helps its Own Students and Families to a Very Happy Holiday Season

    Ever since the devastation of Sandy in 2012, where many Red Bank Regional (RBR) families lost so much, The RBR SOURCE has teamed with the RBR BUC Backer Foundation to address the needs of the most vulnerable of their own community during the holidays in a project known as the Giving Tree. This year was no exception. Over 34 RBR families were given over 125 gifts via donations of the greater Red Bank Regional Community.

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  • RBR Key Club and NHS Team Up to Create Sweet Cases for Children

    Red Bank Regional High School (RBR) clubs and organizations are always busy around the holidays performing community service projects to make some children’s lives a little brighter. This year, two groups, Key Club (under advisement of Christin Outwin) and National Honor Society (NHS) (under advisement of Shalene McLaughlin) joined forces to purchase the contents and bags for Operation Sweet Cases destined for foster and homeless children in Monmouth County. Christin Outwin explains, “I quite fortuitously discovered the charity ...

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