7:00 PM - 7:45 PM Closed Session Meeting - Montville Township Municipal Building
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM Valley View Spring Choral Concert
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1st Annual, community-wide, OneMontville Green In Day scheduled for Friday May 20 - At the Montville Township Public Schools’ offices, FREE green OneMontville wristbands, that visibly declare “Acceptance-Kindness,” are available.
Mustangs land championship for the second year in a row - Montville Township High School won the Championship title at the 10th Annual New Jersey Chinese Cultural Project Contest. The event was held on Saturday, April 16, 2016. This year’s contest was co-sponsored by Seton Hall University and the New Jersey Chinese Cultural Studies Foundation (NJCCSF).
Join us and WEAR GREEN on May 20th! Click on the link for details on ordering a OneMontville Green In Day T-shirt - The mission of OneMontville is to create and promote a climate of acceptance, inclusion and kindness which teaches and celebrates respect for one another by embracing and being enriched by the diversity that comprises the Montville Township Community. The mission can only be fully accomplished through the involvement and commitment of community leaders, religious leaders, business leaders, and residents of all ages, races, religions, ethnicities, abilities, gender identity or sexual orientation.
Drug Awareness Council fundraisers support Township’s tradition of substance-free celebrations. DAC appeals to community for funding - The Montville DAC event is the longest running Project Graduation program the state – and possibly the longest running program in the country. Over 7,000 MTHS graduates have safely celebrated graduation
Students present The Seeing Eye with a record $496 when new puppy arrives. Only one person guesses dog's name. - The winner was third grade teacher Patricia Swiatek. She guessed Varsity and won the opportunity to help feed and care for the dog. Her third graders will take turns feeding and
6 month absence ends in school-wide celebration - When Harrison Bruchhauser arrived at school on Thursday April 14, he, his twin, Noah, and his older brother, Benjamin, were wearing hats for “Hats ON Day.” What Harrison didn’t know was the secret his
Daughters, Dolls and Moms invited to luncheon to benefit MTHS Class of 2019 - The beloved benefit brunch traditionally sells out early. Tickets are $30 for Girls & Dolls and $10 for Adults. Adults, children and dolls will be seated at a table where each doll will have her own special chair. Customized menus will allow diners to choose the perfect entrée for the afternoon’s meal. Moms will delight in watching daughters and dolls playing together at the many activities. The MTHS Class of 2019 has thought
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All students and staff will be restricted from clean-up area. 1st graders will be transported to and from Hilldale Elementary for classes through Fri., Apr. 15.
Fifteen Montville Educators were recognized by the NJ Governor for outstanding practices -
In May, 12-year-old Veda Bhattaram will compete in National Bee in D.C. Students from all 50 states and US territories look to win top spot.
MTHS receives message from the past - A thick and unexpected letter arrived at the Montville Township Public Schools. It was addressed to: MONTVILLE H.S., CHANGE BRIDGE ROAD. There was no postmark, but since, Postage was only 6¢ from 1968 until 1971,
1 of only 476 districts in the nation, National Association For Music Merchants recognizes Montville Township Public Schools for excellence in music education.
Benefit exceeds goal by $1,000 and helps Galley family pay funeral expenses for Ken Galley, a 54 year-old Montville resident was an active volunteer with the Boy Scouts. His three sons, Brian, Sean, and Eric, all Eagle Scouts, are MTHS graduates. Two of them, Sean and Eric, were members of School of Rock. Key Club and UNICO donated over $500 each.