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  •  RBR Coach Nick Giglio -- APP's Coach of the Year

    RBR’s Football Coach Nick Giglio Named APP Coach of the Year in the Shore Conference

    First he was named Football Coach of the Year, then Coach of the Season, and most recently, Red Bank Regional’s football head coach Nick Giglio was given the honor of Coach of the Year by the Asbury Park Press. He was formally presented with this award on June 13 by NJ Giant legend Eli Manning at the Jersey Shore Sports Banquet. “It was a total surprise and a total honor,” the humble Giglio explained and added, “But with any individual award, every player knows it is a team award for us-- for RBR.

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  •  Mrs. Beckett's students whose art was chosen to represent corporate sponsors for Monmouth Day Care

    RBR Students Win Monmouth Day Care Journal Art Competition including Grand Prize Winner

    Red Bank Regional High School (RBR) freshman Diana Leon Flores, Red Bank, was the grand prize winner in the Monmouth Day Care (MDC) Journal Art contest in the high school category. Her art submission represents the Goldsmith Foundation ad in the MDC art journal this year, a major fundraiser for the non-profit day-center in Red Bank. In addition to Diana, the other two grand prize winners were fourth grader Denise Cuanteneos Rosas, Red Bank Primary School, (primary school category) and seventh ...

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  • RBR coach Jeff Mauro, Athletic Director Del Dal Pra and RBR Alumnus Jim Palumbo

    Proceeds from RBR First Alumni Game Benefit Current Athletes

    On May 14, 2016, Red Bank Regional (RBR) held its first football Alumni Game, on the Count Basie field against Long Branch; thus, reuniting the oldest rivals in the Shore Conference. Over 2,000 people attended the match, making it the most well attended alumni game in recent history. The game did not go well for the BUCs, who lost 24 to 0. However, the current and future RBR athletes were the true winners of the game as $5,000 of the proceeds were donated to RBR for its new fitness room...

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  •  Source Community Partners

    The Source Reception Honors Community Partners that Heed the Call to Serve

    At the Sixteenth Annual Source Foundation Awards Reception, Red Bank Regional High School (RBR) Source Director Suzanne Keller introduced her School-based Youth Service Program’s mission as, “Removing all obstacles that impede a student’s success.” Several community members were recognized at the June 2 event for doing just that. Motivational Speaker Matthew Stevens was honored for his work with Source Clinician’ Sean Macon’s Boys 2 Men program in inspiring father and son relationships ...

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  • RBR TV production students won the state-wide U-Got Brains safe driving competition for the second y

    RBR TV Students Win Distracted Driving Contest Again and Donate Grand Prize

    For the second year in a row, Red Bank Regional’s (RBR) interactive-media class took the top prize at the U Got Brains Champion Schools Program safe driving competition. RBR shared these honors with Immaculate Heart Academy in Washington and Lenope Regional High School in Standhope. A $17,000 driving simulator was awarded to all three grand prize winners. As RBR had also won the contest the year before (over 55 school districts from around the state competed both years) they decided to donate their prize to the runner-up Summitt High School. The competition was held in Great Adventure on May 26.

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  •  RBR Seniors used a driving simulator to sense what it is like to drive impaired during Project Prom

    RBR’s Many Communities Collaborate to Keep Kids Save for Prom Season

    Every year, Red Bank Regional High School (RBR) sends off its seniors to have a wonderful, safe time at the prom. Just prior to their well wishes, however, they try, in the most elaborate ways, to discourage bad choices of drinking and distracted driving in what is known as the Project Prom Program. This year was no exception. On May 27th, a mock crash was conducted on the school’s front campus with the help of the sending towns’ fire, police and emergency medical services. The Little Silver ...

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