MARCH 21, 2022
Congratulations to our AWESOME Authentic Science Research Students. 5 students competed at the Jersey Shore Science Fair and all 5 placed and will move on to the Delaware Valley Science Fair. Senior Julietta Onofrieti placed 1st in Biochemistry, Sophomore Katie Culbert placed 1st in Zoology, Junior Vivianna Onofrietti placed 2nd Botany, Senior Aryan Kumar placed 3rd in Medicine and Junior Darsh Patel placed 3rd in Engineering.
Congratulations to Toms River High School North's FBLA chapter! Last week sixteen of our students participated in the State Leadership Conference at Harrah's in Atlantic City. North's FBLA Chapter received recognition as one of the top chapters in the state for their Community Service and Stories for Success projects. Eight of our students were also recognized as the top 10 in the state for their achievements in the following:
Senior, Jena Bhadari, 5th Place, Agribusiness
Junior, Natalie Rapciewicz; Senior, Kimberly Cai; Junior, Alexa Sousa, Top 10 - Social Media Strategies
Senior, Ishan Shah, 7th Place, Health Care Administration
Senior, Rutva Shah, 8th Place, Computer Problem Solving
Seniors, Emma Hayes and Arianah Davis, 6th Place, Digital Video Production
CHANGE FOR CHANGE
Beginning Friday, April 1st, High School North will be having a competition through out all homerooms to support Ukrainian Refugees. It is called “Change for Change”. Each week students from FBLA and Roots & Shoots will be collecting change from every class during homeroom. At the end of 5 weeks, the change will be counted. The homeroom that collects the most will win a treat of their choice. So bring your change in to support!
SPRING COLLEGE FAIR
Spring College Fair
April 6, 2022 @ Toms River HS East
5pm-8pm/ Financial Aid Workshops 4:30 & 6:30pm
Please use the Strive Scan registration attached.
Improving outcomes for our students with Autism
The Ocean County Library is providing multiple programs during April and May to inspire and assist our families: http://www.theoceancountylibrary.org/autism/fair
Registration is under way for this year’s virtual keynote speakers:
Michael McCreary, comedian and author of Funny, You Don’t Look Autistic
Dianne Mailley, Director, Transition Pathways, Drexel University: “Autism and Employment: Start Planning Now”
Featured virtual programs include:
Music for Autism, Stephane Duret of Kinky Boots and violinist Ariel Horowitz
Chad Juros, magician
Hinkle, Prior & Fisher, disability attorneys
SPAN, the Statewide Parent Advocacy Network
Anthony Starego, Bergen County Ravens footballer and Brick Township High School alumnus
Canine Companions, “The Puppy-Raising Process”
Toms River Field of Dreams
Rutgers Center for Adult Autism Services
During April and May, the Toms River Branch will feature sensory activities in the Joseph H. Vicari Sensory Space. Take & Make crafts will be available for youngsters age 12 and under. Those age 13 and up will be able to make sensory crafts in the Maker Space, where two Autism Awareness Open Houses will also be held.
Learn more at http://www.theoceancountylibrary.org/autism/fair
SCHOLARSHIPS! ATTENTION SENIORS
Check the site often as new scholarships will be added as they are sent to us. The more you apply to, the more money you can earn. PAY ATTENTION TO DEADLINES. Contact your counselor with any questions.