All FRHSD parents are invited to attend Vaping- The Smoke Screen What Our Parents Need to Know about Vapes, E-Cigs, & Cloud Pens at 6:30pm on April 25, 2018 at Colts Neck High School.
FRHSD is proud to offer three options for summer learning through the Summer Academy:
Click here for more information on the Summer Academy.
Graduation will be held for the Class of 2018. Graduation Ceremonies will be held as follows:
4pm- Howell High School, Manalapan High School, Marlboro High School
6pm- Freehold High School, Freehold Township High School, Colts Neck High School
The state’s summer PARCC assessment program for mathematics will be administered here in-district the second week of August. All three mathematics tests (Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II) require two days of testing. Most students will sit for two units of testing (180 minutes) on Monday, August 6, 2018 and (90 minutes) of testing on Tuesday, August 7, 2018. August 8-9 are make-up test dates. Beginning in late May, parents of impacted students (original credit participants, individualized pupil learning opportunity participants, out-of-state transfer students new to the district, and nonpublic school students new to the district) will receive an email from the summer test coordinator with a registration link to a form that will need to be completed. The coordinator will get back to you in July with a room assignment, test dates, and test times. If you wish to communicate with the summer test coordinator at any time, please email Angelique Gauthier.
Student athletes from all six high schools make up the team
Kate Brennan won state and national awards in the areas of journalism, short story, and personal memoir
Ellie Gabriel will find out in May if she has been selected for the distinguished program
Nicole Dado and Nicholas Fischer will now advance to the national level
Thirty-seven students were recognized for their achievement on the test
Twenty-four students walked away with top honors
Alexander Polimeni was able to view the lander before it is launched into space in May
Four students won gold medals and two won bronze
Students raised the money during Socktober, an annual fundraising event
Alexandra Hsueh completed over 400 volunteer hours
Senior Alyssa Bernstein’s essay about teacher Diana Shein led to a win in the My Favorite Teacher Contest
Sianaren Chikyal won first place in the 14-16 year old category
The funds from the 3rd annual game will go towards purchasing service dogs for wounded veterans
7:00 PM Board of Education Meeting