Roselli explains return to normalcy as schools scheduled to reopen Nov. 12.
Friday, November 9, 2012
Message from Toms River Superintendent of Schools Frank Roselli: Dear Members of our Regional School Community, As most of you know by now, the Toms River Regional Schools, along with many other schools throughout the state, have been significantly impacted by the recent hurricane, so much so that the circumstances have necessitated the closing of our schools for this week. We will, however, return to school, Monday, November 12, 2012. At this time, many of our schools are still experiencing a loss of power, as well as the loss of heat, telephone and computers. With each new day, we see improvements in this area, but we have no guarantees as to when our entire district will be up and running. Obviously, not only are the school buildings …
Honors from School Board
gallery of students and awards
Saturday event on Mapletree Road
Why go to any old yard sale when you can go to one that comes with its own entertainment, in the form of Toms River High School North students singing show tunes and other ditties. A "Singing Yard Sale" will serve as a fundraiser for the Toms River North Nautical Star Theatre Company acting students, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday Sept. 22 at 127 Mapletree Road. Students will be entertaining shoppers providing impromptu and scheduled performances. And, of course there will be garage sale items for purchase. The event is a fundraiser for the students, as they save up for a June trip to a Nebraska acting festival, said Toms River North Nautical Star Theatre Company adviser Carolyn Little. "This is a singing yard sale. So come out, buy some …