South River High School

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Contact Information

South River High School

 11 Montgomery Street
South River, NJ 08882
732-613-4044 (FAX) 

Kamila Buffalino
High School Principal
Paul Coleman
Assistant Principal
Dana Kraemer
Affirmative Action Officer
District AntiBullying Coordinator
Jeanne Veres
AntiBullying Specialist
Jessica Rodrigues
AntiBullying Specialist
Dawn Sutphin
AntiBullying Specialist

Documents and Forms

High School Announcements

  • PARCC Schedule As the month of April comes to a close, we as a school community are positioning ourselves for the second component of the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Career (PARCC) that is geared towards providing valuable feedback on our students’ academic strengths as well as areas for growth in Mathematics and English Language Arts. This assessment, which also serves as one of the acceptable tests for meeting the New Jersey Department of Education Graduation Requirements, will be administered to high school students enrolled in courses noted below. The schedule for testing is: Tuesday, April 28, 2015:                   Grade 11 English Language Arts Grade 10 English Language Arts Grade 09 English Language Arts Wednesday, April 29, 2015:               Algebra 1 Grade 10 English Language Arts Thursday, April 30, 2015:                   Geometry Grade 11 English Language Arts Friday, May 1, 2015:                          Algebra 2 Grade 09 English Language Arts We look forward not only to a successful administration but also to the detailed data reports that will follow and provide us with additional tools for developing customized student goals as well as enhancing our instruction based on specific student needs. We need your assistance in ensuring that your child receives an adequate amount of sleep before testing, eats a well balanced breakfast or joins us in the cafeteria before school(7:10am – 7:30am) to receive/buy a breakfast, and comes to school with a positive attitude and motivation to work to the best of his/her ability. I ask that you contact me if questions exist at the number/email above; thank you, in advance, for your assistance, dedication to the learning process, and cooperation.
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  • Baking for a Cure

    The South River High School Student Council will be Baking for a Cure on Friday, May 1, 2015 in the main lobby after school. All proceeds from the bake sale will go to our Relay for Life Campaign for the American Cancer Society. Please come out and support our bake sale.
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  • After School Extra Help/ Enrichment

    Assistance for English Language Arts and Mathematics is offered every day after school in Room 127 with Ms. Carroll and Mrs. Minto until 3pm. This is a good opportunity to learn  testing strategies or brush up in classes. Take advantage of this great opportunity today!

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Student Opportunities

Summer Scholars is a fantastic program now entering our 8th summer!Centenary Summer Scholars feature pre-college summer programs for rising 8th through 12th grade students. Located in Hackettstown, New Jersey, Centenary College provides a fun and creative learning space in which students can make the most of our wonderful resources.  Our majors are a great way to experience the College environment.Our summer scholars program allows students to explore their academic passions. We introduce subjects that school may not offer, while encouraging students to experiment with classes as they begin to consider their college major. Our pre-college summer programs also feature fun structured events outside of class as well as an academic trip to NYC.Thousands of students from across the country and around the world have chosen CSS as their summer destination because of our unique mix of classwork and structured experiences as well as our excellent staff and top-notch facilities.  We work all year to ensure every aspect of the summer is planned and programmed as best as possible.Download our PDF, check out our Facebook page, and call and talk to our Camp Directors.  This program is a very important experience for a student who is in high school and is planning on attending college one day!  Visit for additional information.


Association of Black Women Lawyers of anew Jersey Law Day 2015 Competition:  The purpose is to increase and encourage diverse, ethnic and racial participation, education, and awareness in high schools. Students are to develop/compose an essay OR a journalism article OR an interview summary OR a speech competition OR a poster on the topic of "Magna Carta:  Symbol of Freedom Under Law".  The deadline for entries is May 15, 2015; additional  information can be obtained in the guidance office.


School of Arts and Humanitities Announces Statewide Film Festival in Partnership with the Fort Lee Film Commision.  This event will be held on Stockton College of New Jersey main campus on May 17, 2015 from 12pm - 5pm in the College Campus Center.  Prizes will be awarded for winners in a variety of categories.  Additional information can be obtained by contacting


The Governor’s STEM Scholars Program will begin accepting applications for the class of 2015. The program is a public-private partnership for students interested in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) and is an initiative of the Research & Development Council of New Jersey, Governor’s Office, New Jersey Department of Education, and Secretary of Higher Education. This is a free program open to New Jersey students in grades 10-Ph.D., and it will take place during four, day long Saturday conferences over the 2015-2016 academic year. Applications will be accepted until Friday, May 29, 2015. Please visit for additional information.





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