Markham Place children participate in Little Silver's Student Government Day
- Alli Mechanic
- Amy Byrnes
- Christina Johnson
- Christopher Sheldon
- Denise Di Stephan
- Elaine Piniat
- Elaine Van Develde
- Ella Brockway
- Gregory Kyriakakis
- Jacklyn Corley
- Jennifer Bradshaw
- Keith Brown
- Little SIlver PTO
- Monmouth Patch Staff
- Oceanport PTO
- RBR - Red Bank Regional High School
- Susan Murray
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Monday, May 13, 2013
Meeting will be held Monday at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, May 12, 2013
Students from Brick, Toms River among the winners
For the fourth year in a row, a team of high school students from the Marine Academy of Technology and Environmental Sciences (MATES) in Manahawkin was the winner of the New Jersey Envirothon, held Saturday, May 4 at Girl Scout Camp Kettle Run in Medford, the state's Department of Agriculture has announced. The team, consisting of Emily Golembiski of Little Egg Harbor, Jillian Hubbard of Toms River, Gillian Schriever of West Creek, Michael Signorelli of Toms River and Megan Tumpey of Brick, will represent New Jersey in the 2013 North American Envirothon at Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana in August. The Ocean County students competed against 33 other teams on knowledge of natural resources-related topics, including soils, …
Friday, May 10, 2013
All four are members of Oceanport-based Boy Scout Troop
Four Shore Regional students have attained the rank of Eagle Scout. In order to receive this rank the scouts must complete a community service project including its inception, planning, funding and supervision. The Scouts, Connor Feroce, James Lane, Michael McArdle and Andrew Smith, seniors at Shore, are all members of Troop 58, Oceanport. Andrew’s project demonstrated planning and supervision on a community service project included installing a lighted sign that had recently been removed from the Oceanport Borough Hall, and place it in front of the Oceanport First-Aid building. This required him to apply for the electrical and building permits, as well as digging a trench for a direct burial cable and relocating an existing fence. With …
Grammy winner and real estate mogul among inductees
The annual awards recognize Monmouth County high school talent
They're the Tony Awards of area high schools' way off-Broadway stars — The Basie Awards. And it's showtime for the list of this year's nominees. For the 2012-13 high school theater season, Red Bank Regional garnered several nominations for its musical production of Little Women and two for The Little Mermaid (see nominees in bold on list below) and Red Bank Catholic was nominated in a couple of categories for its Lucky Stiff production (see nominees in bold on list below). In the drama category, Red Bank Catholic garnered nominations for its production of Miss Firecracker Contest (see below). Intendend as a means for effective community outreach the Count Basie Theatre staff created the Basie Awards in 2006. This is its eighth year. The …
Providence College's chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta is the national honor society for Premed. Scott is pursuing a degree in Biology.
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
School is hoping to have lights installed for September
Students use their video skills to create a PSA encouraging food donations.
Those Red Bank Regional (RBR) videographers are at it again. This time, members of the graphic communications class lent their skills to a public service announcement encouraging food donations. The video, begins with two students squaring off in friendly competition over who can collect the most food, challenges RBR students to beat last year's 11,500 food item donation to the Salvation Army. The Battle of the Classes all-school food drive runs through May 17. Students are asked to label the donations with their class year. The class that brings in the most food will receive $1,000 toward their prom.
All the funds raised is slated towards the school's recovery and providing teaching materials and items lost during the storm.