IN THE NEWS...
Red Bank Charter School Lottery Attracts More Than 100 Families
Red Bank Charter School received more than 100 applications for just 13 openings at the school next year.
Red Bank Charter School Announces Charter Renewed for Another Five Years
Acting state Education Commissioner Kimberley Harrington's renewal comes after a rigorous review process.
Students at Red Bank Charter School Mark MLK Day with March Through Town
Students at Red Bank Charter School celebrate the birthday of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King.
Red Bank Charter School Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month
Red Bank Charter School marked Hispanic Heritage Month with a cultural celebration on that included Latino music, dancing and cuisine.
RBCS Summer Program Tacks Toward STEM
From Asbury Park Press
August 16, 2016
“We feel like architects,” Jayshawn said. “And when we run into problems, we know we can ask the teacher, but we’d rather figure it out ourselves.” This balance of independence and collaboration is a hallmark of the five-week RBCS Summer Institute, available to all elementary school-aged children...
Learning STEM's from Red Bank Charter School Program
June 14, 2016
Red Bank Charter School has announced a wrap-around STEM-based curriculum for their Summer Institute program. Offered from July 5 to August 5 and divided into two grade level-based groups (grades 1-4, grades 5-8), the summertime activities are available both to current RBCS students and to non-students....
Red Bank Charter School Hosts Evening with the Arts
From AH Herald
May 16, 2016
In recognition of the importance of arts and culture in education, Red Bank Charter School (RBCS) hosted it’s annual Evening with the Arts on Thursday, May 12, 2016. The event showcased student’s creative abilities and live performances as a celebration of the arts, music and theater, and a demonstration of how these art forms are integrated into the RBCS curriculum....
RBCS Starts 3 Year Lottery Experiment
From The Hub
May 3, 2016
“We appreciate the community of Red Bank, and we want to be responsive to the entire school-aged population and incorporate into our school more students and families that qualify as economically disadvantaged,” said Meredith Pennotti, the principal of the charter school, at the school’s April 28 admission lottery for the 2016-17....