What will back to school look like in the Toms River Regional School District? Well according to a recent Patch article, there will be people in school....just not the regular situation we are used to for opening of the school year.
Class of 2020 in Toms River will Get a Graduation Ceremony .... As we continue with the State shutdown here in New Jersey, it is still unclear if kids will be returning to school this "school year" or waiting until September to be back in school.
Full Day Kindergarten is safe...for now in Toms River Regional Schools as District officials continue to simultaneously battle for school funding from the state and carefully craft a budget for the upcoming school years.
Sign The Toms River Regional School Petition For State Aid to Save School Programs ..... It's an ongoing issue that everyone in Toms River is talking about, budget cuts to the Toms River Regional Schools. These cuts could result in numerous programs being eliminated in the schools.
The Toms River Regional Schools Final "Save The Arts" Video .... It was my privilege to be there and be a part of this great project at Toms River High School South several weeks ago. Lets hope Governor Murphy and lawmakers in Trenton will take this under consideration when they look at sc…
No Property Tax Hike Says Governor Murphy to Fix School Aid Problems .... It appears a hike in property taxes in New Jersey to fix school aid problems won't be happening. Governor Murphy (according to a recent Patch article) vetoed a measure that would have allowed as many as 40 school district…
It was a honor for me to attend the recording of "Seasons of Love" at Toms River High School South. It was a day to highlight the importance of the arts at the Toms River Regional Schools. The arts and other school programs are at risk of being cut due to budget cuts to the district.
Students, teachers, administrators, and parents from the Toms River Regional School District took off in busloads and cars to the statehouse in Trenton Tuesday to protest the state aid cuts that have put classes, activities and staff jobs on the line.