JUNE 14, 2021


Congratulations to the following Thespians! Junior Paige Cripps and Sophomore Angelina Amata were selected to be New Jersey Student Thespian Officers and Sophomore Sophie Regenye was selected to be a New Jersey Thespian Ambassador. We are so proud of you!

Congratulations to the following members of the Girls Track Team for their amazing performances at the South Jersey Group 4 State Championships this past weekend. Olivia Takla became the first female at Toms River North to break 5 minutes in the mile. Olivia ran 4:57 and became the fastest female miler in the history of the Toms River School District. Congrats Olivia! Your coaches and teammates are all very proud of this accomplishment. Also placing and advancing to the NJ Meet of Champs was Lia Malave in the long and triple jump, and Imoni Alston in the long jump. Great work ladies and good luck at the Meet of Champs.

Congratulations to the members of the Boys Track Team for their outstanding performances this past weekend at the Group 4 State Championships. Alek Duriske placed 7th in the 400 hurdles running a personal best time of 56:85. The 4 x 800 team of Teddy Wilson, Matt Sabo, Jack Cordiano and Diego Rodriguez placed 4th overall running a season best time of 8:07. Those performances punched all of their tickets for the State Meet of Champions on Saturday.

A HUGE congratulations to senior Archie Bird for winning a Papermill Rising Star Student Achievement Award for his technical work on our school musical A Killer Party. There were over 50 applicants and only 8 winners! To read more and watch the video, click HERE. (fast forward to the 14:21 mark)

Fun Fact: You can also see a clip from A Killer Party in the video. At the 3:38 mark, you can view a clip from "Big Cat". Senior Christopher Walters and junior John Claude Yambao are featured in it.


Please see the following plans for end of the school activity and material return:

The final four days of school with be regular school days (7:15am - 11:15am) on June 17, 18, 21, & 22. However, there will be no afternoon supports on these days. We will use this time for material collection.

CHROMEBOOK RETURN - ONLY OUR SENIORS WILL BE RETURNING THEIR CHROMEBOOKS. Underclassmen will keep their devices over the summer. Please ensure that they are in a safe place and ready to be used in September.

In person seniors will return their devices during the last week of school with their English classes on Tuesday, June 15 and Wednesday, June 16. Virtual seniors must return Chromebooks to the Blue Cafeteria during the afternoon on both days on the following schedule:

Last Name A - L 12:00 - 1:00pm M-Z 1:00pm - 2:00pm

All devices, carrying cases and chargers must be in good, working order upon return in our to avoid a fine/obligation.


Any material (Books, Classroom Supplies) must be returned to the appropriate teacher by Tuesday, June 22nd. In person students will return these supplies during the regular school day. Virtual Students will return these supplies to their individual teacher's classroom on Friday, June 18th or Monday, June 21st on the following schedule.

Last Name A - L 12:00 - 1:00pm M-Z 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Any school issued material not returned to the proper place will result in the student incurring an obligation. This places the student in danger of not being able to attend future school functions and they will not receive their diploma upon graduation.


Below please find the following information regarding graduation preparation:

Graduation will be on Gernerd Field at 2pm on Tuesday, June 22nd. Gates will open at 12:45pm. There will be handicapped seating available on the field for the individual and one guest. We will admit these folks first when the gates open.

Please be prepared to adjust the start time by an hour or so if it becomes necessary to adjust for potential weather. A final decision on time will be made on Tuesday morning.


All seniors, who meet the requirements for graduation, should be in their seat on the field hockey field to begin practice at 7:45am on both Monday, June 21st and Tuesday, June 22nd. As we present live diplomas during our ceremony, it is vital that all be present and in the correct order. Students who miss practice or are late will be placed at the rear of the line.

Unfortunately, seniors who do not meet the requirements for graduation are not permitted to participate in the ceremony.


Due to the relaxing of restrictions on graduation ceremonies and our event being held outside on Gernerd Field, each graduate will receive 7 tickets for the ceremony. Each graduate will receive their tickets on the final day of practice, Tuesday, June 22nd. It very important that they not lose their tickets, as there are NO extras available.


Two years ago, our three high schools began a partnership with each of our sending elementary schools, to give our graduates the opportunity to return to their former schools and walk the halls one more time prior to graduation. This year's event will take place on Monday, June 21st at 10:30am. Our graduates will receive their gowns during practice that morning and should wear them during their visit. I hope that all of our seniors take advantage of this great opportunity. It will be a wonderful experience for our students as well as their former teachers and our elementary students.


The Toms River High School North Staff Parent Organization (HSN SPO) is excited to share that we will be selling High School North Alumni Shirts. The shirts cost $15 for alumni and $12 for graduating seniors. Please check out the google form link below for ordering information and an image of the shirt. Limited quantities will be available at graduation. Thanks for supporting the HSN SPO! Go Mariners!


As the weather gets warmer, please be reminded that all students should come to school dressed in an appropriate manner while dressing for the weather. Please see our dress code as outlined in our School Code of Conduct. Thank you for your assistance with this.

STUDENT ATTIRE - The administration reserves the right to determine proper and appropriate student dress and footwear that is safe for the school environment. Your Code of Dress should reflect good judgment when selecting school clothes. Any clothing deemed unsafe, offensive, or disruptive to the educational process will be dealt with by the administration. Please be reminded that although fashion changes, we expect:

● Undergarments NOT be exposed;

● Strapless, halter, bandeau or crop style tops, spaghetti straps, half shirts and short shorts may NOT be worn;

● Footwear to be safe and appropriate;

· Hats, hoods from sweatshirts, and other headwear may NOT be worn.

Clothing that is extreme in brevity, transparency, length, tightness may NOT be worn.


All interested student athletes must have an updated sports physical to participate in Summer months athletics and Fall sports. Please speak with your coaches or our nursing staff if you are unsure of our status or if you have questions.


Yearbook Distribution Schedule:

June 14th - Seniors can obtain their copy of their Yearbook starting at 6:30 pm in room E-01. Please enter through the back gym doors. Any senior who has NOT purchased and would still like a Yearbook can bring $90 cash that evening and purchase one. Extras are first come first serve.

After receiving your yearbook you would proceed to the field for your Senior Night. We will be available in E-01 between the hours of 6:30-8:30 pm. Any senior who does not attend senior night can then pick up their yearbook during school hours of 7:15-11:15am. The only other afternoon pick up is listed below.

Underclassmen Distribution - Grades 9-11 can receive their yearbooks during their GYM class on Wed. June 16th from 7:15-11:15am in room E-01.

Any virtual students that have purchased can pick their yearbook up on June 16th between 3-6pm in room E-01. Please enter the building through the back gym doors. We will NOT be distributing yearbooks out during summer, so please make every effort to pick up during these hours listed.

If you haven't purchased and would still like a yearbook they are $90 cash first come first serve.


Any student who plans on doing Online Personal Finance next year for Semester 1 (meaning you can start in the summer), must turn in their application by Monday, June 21. Any applications received after that will be moved to Semester 2.

Last call on schedule changes for next year. If you are not sure what classes you have, contact your Guidance Counselor immediately.

Students planning on participating in Early Release/Late Arrival need to have applications in by Monday, June 21 also.

Seniors attending Monmouth, Georgian Ct, Rowan, Stockton, OCC, Brookdale, Cumberland County or Atlantic County, there is one more scholarship still available on the HS North scholarship page. The deadline is July 1. You must be attending one of the listed schools to apply.


The final issue of the 2020-21 Captain's Log is here! Have a wonderful summer! We will see you in September!

2021-2022 Personal Finance

Attention!! Students who signed up for Online Personal Finance for the 2021-2022 school year…If you did not submit an application into the guidance dept. you will NOT be placed in the course. Applications are due now. See your counselor or access the application on HSN’s website through the guidance dept.

No application =’s no online course!!!!!

Thank you!