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  •  The RBR staff and students who organized and presented the Hispanic Heritage Program

    RBR Celebrates its Students Roots during Hispanic Heritage Month

    On October 17, the Red Bank Regional High School (RBR) held its traditional celebration in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month arranged by the Multi-Cultural Club with performances by the RBR Visual & Performing Arts Academy. Principal Risa Clay welcomed her students in English while RBR senior Corey Van Huff, Neptune City, translated in Spanish, “Here at RBR we are proud to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month and recognize the achievements of a culture that is prominently represented in our school and community.”

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  •  Some of the female students availing themselves of this challenging curriculum in S.T.E.M

    Female Students Pursue S.T. E. M. Study in RBR Academy of Engineering

    For over 15 years, the Red Bank Regional High School (RBR) has provided an engineering program academy as a rich curriculum option for its students. RBR’s Academy of Engineering program is modeled on curriculum developed from Project Lead the Way (a non-profit organization that develops educational S.T.E.M programs in conjunction with industry). Since its inception it has more than doubled its enrollment with over 120 students enrolled this year, of which nearly 20% are female. This fairly represents ...

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  • The public is requested to put forth nominations that allowed RBR to honor its very worthy alumni.

    RBR Looking to Community for Distinguished Alumni Nominees

    For over a decade, Red Bank Regional High School (RBR), through its Foundation, has observed a warm tradition of honoring its most distinguished alumni. Our students celebrate their lives in prose and music at a special ceremony and luncheon reception. We are seeking nominations from the public for this worthy honor which will take place at the high school on Friday, April 28, 2017. Nominees should have graduated from RBR or its predecessor, Red Bank High School. They should be role models ...

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  •  RBR to host screening and discussion panel on Audrie and Daisy

    RBR Hosts a Community Screening, and Discussion Panel of Audrie & Daisy A Powerful Documentary of Teenage Sexual Assault, Cyberbullying and Suicide

    On Tuesday, November 1, the Red Bank Regional High School District (RBR) will host the screening of a powerful documentary, AUDRIE & DAISY. The event will take place at the RBR Theatre from 6:30 to 9 pm. RBR is located at 101 Ridge Road in Little Silver. The general public is welcome, and high school students are encouraged to attend with their parents. The film was screened at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival and debuted on NetFlix on September 23. AUDRIE & DAISY is an urgent real-life drama

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  •  Educator, author and educational consultant Lawrence Scanlon

    RBR Professional Development Programs Augment Teachers Academic and Human Behavioral Skills

    Every year, students are thrilled to receive a few bonus days off from school, while their teachers go back to school for Professional Development. Special programs are offered during that time to help teachers in their subject-specific areas, and sometimes more general, but just as valuable support, is provided. Such was the case in Red Bank Regional’s (RBR) September 26 Professional Development day for teachers. The school district was able to secure the services of two highly esteemed ...

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  • Suzanne Keller, Director of the Source and Gwendolyn Love, Executive Director of Lunch Break

    Lunch Break Offers Space for Expansion of RBR Community Tutoring Program

    This school year, Lunch Break has graciously offered its facility to the Red Bank Regional High School District (RBR) for the expansion of its popular Community Peer Tutoring Program which is operated by The SOURCE, RBR’s School Based Youth Services Program. This community tutoring program fits well within its mission of “Removing all obstacles that impede a students’ academic success.’ Fifty freshmen will meet at the newly renovated Lunch Break dining room every Tuesday and Thursday from 6

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