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  • CBA and Trinity Hall Students Raise Over $7,500 For Troops

    On December 6, Christian Brothers Academy and Trinity Hall’s students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) chapters teamed up once again for the 10th annual Dinner for the Troops. “This event has become a proud CBA tradition that continues to inspire each and every SADD member,” said Dominic Esposito ‘18, Community Service Chair and member of CBA SADD. Each year, the event epitomizes what the holidays are all about: gratitude and goodwill towards others. Convening in the CBA cafeteria, ...
  • Inaugural Class Inducted Into Forrestdale Chapter of NJHS

    The evening of November 22 was a memorable one, as 50 seventh and eighth grade Forrestdale School students made history by becoming the first inductees into the Forrestdale School Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society. The students went through a rigorous application process last spring, which included securing two teacher endorsements and an essay. All components were reviewed by the faculty council, comprised of ELA teacher Mrs. Kristen Downs, ELA teacher Ms. Jennifer Stahl, math ...
  • Eric Legrand Brings Message of Hope, Optimism, and Triumph to RBR

    On December 7, Red Bank Regional High School (RBR) was proud to welcome Eric LeGrand, the star Rutgers’ football player who, paralyzed from an injury sustained during his junior year in 2010, went on to lead a most inspirational and consequential life.  He is a motivational speaker, supports a foundation to find a cure for paralysis, and works as a sports broadcaster. His visit was made possible, in part, by a grant from the Red Bank High School Class of 1966. RBR Principal Risa Clay ...
  • Deane-Porter School Kindergarten Open House and Registration For 2017-2018

    Deane-Porter School is rounding up all of Rumson’s potential kindergartners and their parents to visit the school in anticipation of joining their great school community! They are proud of their highly successful programs and the foundation they build for the top-rated levels of academic performance they have achieved in the state and federally. The primary goal of the kindergarten program is to provide developmentally appropriate educational experiences that build a strong foundation for ...
  • Deane-Porter School Pre-Kindergarten Open House and Registration For 2017-2018

    Deane-Porter School is proud of its research-based preschool program and the foundation it builds for the top-rated levels of academic performance they have achieved in the state and federally. The primary goal of the preschool program is to provide developmentally appropriate educational experiences that build a strong foundation for future academic success. All children in this program are encouraged to grow socially, cognitively, emotionally, and physically and to have fun doing so. The ...
  • RBR Dance Majors Present “Dancing Through the Decades” a Winter Dance Concert

    On Thursday, January 12 at 7 pm, The Red Bank Regional (RBR) Visual & Performing Arts Academy (VPA) dance majors will present their winter dance concert “Dancing through the Decades” at the RBR theatre.  RBR is located at 101 Ridge Road in Little Silver, NJ.  Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for senior citizens and children.  All RBR students are free with student ID.  Tickets can be purchased at the door.  For more information, contact the RBR dance teacher Cara Scacco at ...
  • A Child’s Place School Scholarship Fund 19th Annual Cocktail Party

    “Eat, Drink, & Be Giving” was the theme of the annual major fundraising event of the A Child’s Place Scholarship Fund held on December 3 at The Belmonte in Red Bank, and eating, drinking, and generous giving were indeed witnessed that night. In a change of direction this year, the new board president and parent Rebecca Baretz, together with co-chairs Jessie Lauter and Tara DeSerio, decided to move away from a formal fundraising dinner. Instead, a highly successful informal cocktail ...
  • Cedar Drive Academic Bowl Team Shines Brightly At Competition

    By Tony Senk Some of the brightest students at Cedar Drive Middle School recently put their academic skills on display at an academic tournament held at the Marine Academy of Science and Technology at Sandy Hook, and, as they have in years past, they represented their school admirably, as the school’s highest-ranked team brought home a third-place trophy. “All members of our academic team performed very well, considering it was the first competition for many of the students,” said ...
  • Donald Brown Returns To RBC To Share A “Natural High”

    By Lori Draz On Thursday, November 10, Red Bank Catholic (RBC) welcomed home one of its very successful alumni, former NFL running back Donald Brown (RBC ’05). He returned to his alma mater to host an assembly for the students, where he talked about making smart choices. Mr. Brown is a celebrity role model for Natural High, a national 501 (c) 3 non-profit drug prevention program designed to inspire and help young people discover and pursue their “natural high” so they have a reason to ...
  • “Lead U” Assemblies At Knollwood School

    As part of the commemoration of Veterans Day, Knollwood School fourth through eighth graders attended assemblies on November 7 presented by “Lead U,” which was created in 2016 by JD Wilson, a U.S. Air Force veteran and former classroom teacher, to empower students to embrace their leadership potential. Wilson, along with fellow Air Force veteran Bill Gaskins and Lead U co-founder Dan Effenberger, conducted the Knollwood assemblies, which focused on leadership, respect for veterans, and the ...