Christine Girtain, who is a teacher and the Authentic Science Research director at Toms River High Schools North and South, was named the 2022-23 New Jersey State Teacher of the Year on Wednesday by the New Jersey Department of Education.
As the school year winds down for students here at the Jersey Shore, all eyes are on next year. With lagging test scores nationwide, the question is: should students go to school on Saturdays next year? Take our poll and let us know what you think.
Twenty-nine years of commitment to her students is a major reason why Pamela Dixon Kuhn of Toms River High School North was designated Teacher of the Year, and won the annual "Excellence in Education" Award from the shore's 10th District state legislators. But it's far from the only reason.
Have you signed your children or grandchildren up for the Krazy Kids Inflatable Fun Run yet? If not, what are you waiting for? There are still some spots available! Here's everything you need to know about the upcoming event!
The Krazy Kids Fun Run is coming to Toms River High School North on Saturday, June 25th. The course is designed for kids ages 3-12. It features 11+ inflatable and fun obstacles. There will also be face painters, balloon artists, and tons of snacks and beverages...
With so many people in our area still in need of help in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Door 21 Foundation is holding a 5K Fun Run for Hurricane Sandy relief Sunday April 28th at High School North in Toms River.