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  •  Co-Captains of Soccer display award

    RBR Girls’ Soccer Team Awarded Shore Conference Referees Association Sportsmanship Award

    For its fourth consecutive year, the Red Bank Regional (RBR) Girls’ Soccer Team qualified to play in the State Tournament. However, they recently registered an even more valuable accomplishment as recipients of the Shore Conference Referees Association’s Sportsmanship Award. RBR’s soccer team was chosen from among the 40 or more teams represented in the Shore Conference. RBR Coach Nick Tucker states of his players, “It is exciting. I always knew I had good kids with high character; this just speaks volumes as to who they are and how they were raised.”

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  •  Members of the RBR Strategic Planning Committee

    RBR Adopts Five Year Strategic Plan Interview with Superintendent Moore on Goals Guiding School District

    Every healthy organization is guided by sound strategic planning and definitive goals for future operation. So while the Red Bank Regional (RBR) School District conducted its search for a new district leader, it simultaneously brought together a group of staff, administration and citizens to develop a five-year strategic plan. Dr. Louis Moore, who was hired in July as the RBR superintendent, is now responsible to implement that plan going forward. In a recent interview, Dr. Moore discussed ...

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  • RBR staff and panel that made the Audrie & Daisy Screening possible

    RBR Holds Important Panel Discussion on Issues of Film Audrie & Daisy Documentary Deals with Teenage Sexual Assault, Cyber bullying and Suicide

    On November 1, The Red Bank Regional School District (RBR) invited the community to view a very provocative documentary dealing with the issues of teenage sexual assault, cyber bullying and suicide. While these issues have caused national headlines on college campuses, this film deals with the true stories involving middle school and high school students. The powerful film was heralded at the Sundance Film Festival and is available for rental on Netflix. A panel of professionals, moderated by ...

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  •  The cast of The Crucible

    Red Bank Regional High School Presents Arthur Miller’s The Crucible on Dec 1 through 3

    The Red Bank Regional (RBR) Theatre Company will present Arthur Miller’s American Classic play The Crucible in December. Performances will take place on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, December 1, 2 and 3 at 7pm. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students 18 and younger and senior citizens 62 and older. (RBR students and staff are free.) Red Bank Regional is located at 101 Ridge Road in Little Silver, NJ. Tickets can be ordered through the website MySchoolBucks or purchased at the door

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  • Community YMCA's  Joann Rountree,   Nicholas Villalobos-Best and Community YMCA Rhonda Anderson

    RBR Senior Honored by the New Jersey YMCA as Outstanding Teen Volunteer

    On October 20, RBR senior and Union Beach resident Nicholas Villalobos-Best was honored along with 23 other young people at the New Jersey YMCA State Alliance 16th Annual Recognition Celebration. New Jersey YMCA State Alliance President Diane Mann wrote, “This evening we honor over 20 outstanding teens and pre-teens who have demonstrated their character values by volunteering in a variety of ways to serve others through the Y.”

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  •  renowned musician and Educator Christian Howes

    Internationally Renowned Violin Virtuoso Holds Workshop for RBR Inter-District String Students

    Every year, the Red Bank Regional High School (RBR) invites its sending school string students to join their big brothers and sisters for an Inter-District String Concert. On October 21, students from Red Bank Middle School and Markham Place in Little Silver spent the entire day at the high school and were treated to a special workshop conducted by a renowned virtuoso and crossover violinist and music educator Christian Howes.

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