RED BANK PRIMARY HOSTS SOME FRESH VIPs

On Friday, Red Bank Primary School hosted a VIP contingent — that’s Very Impressive Produce — as the school was recognized as the winner of the state Department of Agriculture’s Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program

Press release from NJ Dept. of Agriculture

On Friday, March 31, New Jersey Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Division Director Rose Tricario and USDA representatives presented Red Bank Primary School with the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program VIP (Very Impressive Produce) Award.

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BUC BACKERS BORN IN PARENT GROUP MERGE

RBRrbucbackerunificationgroupLeft to right, members of the new Buc Backer Foundation include Judy Bonanno, Ilene Reynolds, acting president Paul Noglows, Cathy Reardon, and Rhea Goldsmith.

The RBR Buc Backer Foundation announced its formation as a new non-profit entity dedicated to supporting Red Bank Regional High School. The new “Buc Backer” Foundation is the result of the merger of four existing RBR support groups, including the Parent Teacher Organization, the Education Foundation, the Booster Club, and the Visual and Performing Arts Parent Group.

“We realized that by combining our efforts, we could have a greater positive impact,” said Paul Noglows, acting president of the new group.

The Buc Backer Foundation is dedicated to supporting and enhancing the whole high school experience for all students. The group is primarily made up of parent volunteers all of whom are united for excellence, opportunity and cooperation at RBR.

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PTO GIVES A SURPRISE GIFT TO RBR STAFF

afteroneThe transformed teachers’ lounge at Red Bank Regional High School was designed, managed and funded by the RBR PTO in collaboration with the school district. It was unveiled as a special gift to the RBR staff in April at the PTO sponsored Teacher Appreciation Luncheon.

Press release from Red Bank Regional High School

Over the spring break, the Red Bank Regional High School PTO, aided by the RBR maintenance staff and Studio Art students, pulled off a seemingly impossible feat.  They totally transformed the RBR teacher’s lounge from a once banal, dreary place, to an oasis in the school building where staff could eat lunch, catch up on work, make some phone calls or just relax during their break for a few moments in a functional, bright, pleasant place.

Just as amazing, they were able to keep the six-month long project a total surprise. On Tuesday, April 22 — at, appropriately, the Teacher’s Appreciation luncheon — a symbolic ribbon was cut as stunned faces walked through the door to their new special space.

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LET THERE BE FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS, AT RBR

P1200095The RBR Buccaneer Athletic Foundation members proudly stand before the new lights on the RBR athletic field. Left to right are (back row) foundation members Don Chamberlain, Scott Navitsky, athletic foundation President Cathy Reardon, RBR Athletic Director Del Dal Pra, RBR Superintendent Dr. Jim Stefankiewicz; (front row) Anne Amato, Debbie Juliano, Jody Navitsky and Judy Bonanno. Not pictured are foundation members Diane Davis and Beth Lloyd. (Click to enlarge)

Press release from Red Bank Regional High School

After two years of fundraising, The Red Bank Regional Buccaneer Athletic Foundation (RBRBAF) has succeeded in its founding initiative of bringing lights to the Red Bank Regional athletic field in the fruition of their “Let There Be Lights” campaign —and on the evening of September 20, the Friday Night Lights come on for the first time, as the RBR Buccaneers play the Wall Township Crimson Knights in a contest that kicks off at 7 pm.

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