SEPTEMBER 27, 2021


Congratulations to our September Seniors of the Month Jena Bhandari and Ishan Shah!

Jena serves as the Secretary of the Class of 2022, a writing center tutor, and as a Reporter for FBLA. She is active in The Acts of Kindness Society, Captain’s Crew, and our girl’s track program. Jena has been inducted in the National Honor Society and has been honored as a National Merit Semifinalist, FBLA Marketing Roleplay National Finalist, and finished 2nd in the Monmouth University Computer Science Competition. After graduation, Jena plans to major in the STEM field with an emphasis in Environmental Sustainability.

Ishan serves as the President of FBLA and the Webmaster for Key Club. He is active in ASR, TEAM, Root & Shoots, Math League, and plays first doubles on our Boy’s Tennis Team. He has been honored as a National Merit Semifinalist, 2nd place and 3rd place at the FBLA State Leadership Conference for Financial Math and Accounting. Last summer Ishan attended the Governor’s School of the Sciences. After graduation he plans to major in Medicine or Business Management.

Congratulations to our September Staff Member of the Month, Mr. Jon DeLuise!

Mr. DeLuise has been our head custodian for the past two months and has spent the last ten years in the industry. Outside of school, he enjoys exercising and spending time with his grandchildren. Mr. DeLuise is impressed by the Team Spirit and Willingness to help that he has encountered in our school. Anyone familiar with our school knows the extensive construction work that was done throughout the summer. Without Mr. DeLuise’s hard work and leadership, we would not have been able to open on time on September 8th.

This past Sunday the North sailing team competed in the BBYRA Fall Invitational regatta. The sailors competed under demanding conditions with the wind blowing at a consistent 15mph. They placed 2nd overall out of 15 teams. Next weekend they compete in the Fall Fleet Championship to determine which teams advance to the regional championships. Congratulations and Good Luck!

Congratulations to our Field Hockey team on their 7-0 victory over Brick Township on Friday, 7-0. The win marked the 100 career victory for Coach Muller and featured the 100th career goal by Junior Olivia Fraticelli.

Congratulations to our Freshman Football team on their 34-0 victory over Wall Township on Saturday! The team remains undefeated on the season.

Congratulations to the Girls Volleyball team over their huge win against Brick Memorial on Friday! Riley Budenas had 29 Assists that allowed Chloe Dyson, Victoria Laudien, Jess Spaletta and Darlyn Neyra to have an overall number of 30 kills. Caitlin Beahm was also a key player who was able to dig the ball on defense allowing us to rise on top for the win. Great job ladies!

Congratulations to the Varsity Girls Cross Country team for their 1 st place finish at the Osprey Invite this past weekend!! The Lady Mariners took home the title while beating NJ ranked #8 RBC. Leading the way was Olivia Takla followed closely behind her was freshman Adrianna Escaleira, Jed Juliano, Olivia Nickelson, and Jenna Spadaro. All Five performers ran personal bests. Amazing job ladies!

Congratulations also goes out to the Girls JV Cross Country team on their Dominate victory at the Osprey Invite. Julianna Escaleia was first to cross the line followed close behind by Sophia Bloom, Claudia Silletti, Emma Fortuna, May Hanlon. Great racing girls !!


Please click the link below to access the first edition of the 2021-22 Captain's Log, our school newspaper.


Charge those Chromebooks!

Only partially charging Chromebooks can lead to a shutdown.

Several of our students have brought in what they thought were broken Chromebooks, but we were able to revive those Chromebooks by charging them for 24 hours. You can prevent this problem by making sure the Chromebook is fully charged overnight.

Does your child have the right Chromebook?

Did you pick up an emergency loaner Chromebook in between March 2019 and December 2020? If so, has your child traded it in for the new Chromebook 3100 model (which includes a protective case)?

The older model Chromebooks are not getting software updates, which means that students with older models won't be able to use them on days we have standardized testing. Students can swap out older models in the Mariner Media Center during Periods 1, 2 and 7.

Fall 2021 Start Strong Parent Notification Letter

In October 2021, Toms River Regional Schools will administer the New Jersey Department of Education Start Strong Assessments in English language arts, mathematics, and science. The administration of Start Strong will satisfy the federal statewide assessment requirements to administer general assessments in these subjects for the 2020-2021 school year. Please see the attached letter for more information.

Adjusted Schedule for Start Strong Testing:

Monday, 10/4 - English 9

Tuesday, 10/5 - English 10

Wednesday, 10/6 - Science 9

Thursday, 10/7 - Science 12

Friday, 10/8 - Algebra 2

Monday, 10/11 - No School Columbus Day

Tuesday, 10/12 - Geometry

Wednesday, 10/13 - PSAT's - No Start Strong Testing

Thursday, 10/14 - Algebra 1

Students will be given their testing location this week. All students should report to their testing location no later than 7:15. Most students will complete testing by the beginning of 3rd period and then return to their class schedule. Students need to bring their FULLY CHARGED CHROME BOOK on their testing day(s).

College Recruiter Visits and Information Sessions

Each year we have visits from many colleges, universities, and technical schools. These recruiters meet with interested students in Guidance and speak about their school and answer any questions that our students may have. If interested in a particular school, students should see Mrs. Rose in Guidance to sign up. A list is regularly updated on our school website, . Click the Guidance tab to access.


College Night at the Jersey Shore:

a FREE college fair open to students and their families that will be held at Toms River HS East on Thursday, October 7, 2021, 5PM - 8PM.

Please see attached flyer for information on financial aid workshops and how to pre-register.

It is never to early to start thinking about college options.

HS North Financial Aid Night - October 21st at 7pm

The financial aid landscape is changing, so whether your student is about to head to college or just started high school, come learn the ins and outs of saving thousands off the cost of a college education, no matter your financial position. Please join us for this informative and helpful presentation.