• Montville’s Volleyball Team held “Dig Pink” game for Breast Cancer

    UPDATE October 20, 2014 - $720 was raised for Susan G. Komen. Both the Varsity and JV MTHS Girls Volleyball Teams shut out Chatham on Friday, October 17 at the "Dig Pink" fundraising match. The Mustangs collected $720 in support of National Breast Cancer Awareness month.

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  • MTHS Forensics placed well at NYC Invitational

    Mustangs excelled at 3-day competition - In Oratory: Natasha Dusaj, 6th; Noah Weinflash, Semi-finalist In Dramatic Interpretation: Claire Sullivan, Quarter-finalist In Extemp: Jay Sirot, Semi-finalist; Christopher Mayer, Semi-finalist In Congress: Pranav Kumar, Semi-finals In LD: James Min, Runoff

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  • Valley View Leads the Nation in “Exercise US” Program

    Montville PE teacher, Len Saunders, inspires students to get moving coast to coast - "Exercise US" is a ten-hour national exercise program. Fifteen-minute blocks of continuous movement break across the nation’s time zones like a wave of exercise.

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  • Robert R. Lazar Middle School morning news program to be featured on Emmy-winning Classroom Close-up, NJ

    Video students write, film, edit and anchor the news - The October 29 taping of LNN will mark the first opportunity Lazar Middle School has had to be featured on Classroom Close-up, NJ, and the fifth time, during the show’s twenty-one year history, Montville Township Public Schools have been filmed for the program.

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  • A letter from Superintendent Dr. Paul Fried regarding national health issues

    The U. S. Department of Education, The National Public Engagement Team, & The Center for Disease Control have asked that links and information be shared with school communities. Please read this for important links regarding EV-D68, Ebola, the flu, and other health issues related to the stress of viruses.

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  • From the U. S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan & the U. S. Department of Education regarding national health issues

    This week Secretary Duncan asked superintendents across the country to share links and information with school communities. Superintendent Dr. Paul Fried issued a letter Oct. 16 with those links. Additional information was also included in the Secretary's e-mail.

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  • Superintendent gives students & families the night off

    Hang up your backpacks! First Homework-Free night of 2014-2015 is Tues., Oct. 14 - Next Homework-Free night: Wed., Dec.17. Several years ago the District convened a Task Force to study the topic of homework and make recommendations. One recommendation was to have Homework-Free nights.

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  • Woodmont Announces "Paws the Wildcat" an on-line news magazine

    Sign-up for "Paws" & receive all the Wildcat news - Woodmont Elementary School has announced the launch of "Paws the Wildcat," an on-line, student-run, news magazine. Students are learning journalism, communications, computers, public speaking, writing and video skills by covering the stories of their community. Each story is written, filmed and edited for YouTube.

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  • A letter from Superintendent Dr. Paul R. Fried regarding EV-D68

    NJ has launched website for FAQs. Montville custodial staff cleans classrooms everyday. District is carefully monitoring student absences and is kept informed of the instances of the virus throughout NJ. Additional information will be distributed if necessary. In the meantime, if you have any questions regarding EV-D68 and your child, please contact your physician.

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  •  Milo The Seeing Eye Dog

    Milo Makes 14 Seeing Eye Dogs Trained at Cedar Hill Elementary School

    UPDATE: Milo will be walking in his harness Fri, Oct. 17 at 1:30 PM in Morristown - School Nurse Provides Service Dogs with On-the-Job Training - Bonnie DiCola has a way with dogs and children. The Cedar Hill Elementary School nurse, in Montville Township, is so committed to both that, for the past thirteen years, she has found a way to provide a life-long

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  • Teachers recognized for Science & Poetry

    Lazar educators honored by associations - Two teachers from the Robert R. Lazar Middle School were recently chosen to participate in extraordinary educational opportunities. English teacher, Suezette Given, and Science teacher, Karin Simeone, were commended.

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  • Thanking their own

    Lazar commemorated 9/11 by honoring local first responders - Local first responder, and paraprofessional, Judy Caggiano, led the Pledge of Allegiance for the students of Robert R. Lazar Middle School. A member of the Montville Township First Aid Squad, Caggiano is also the parent of two local first responders.

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  • Commemorating 9/11 is a lesson in kindness

    Hilldale students launched school year with patriotism and respect for others - On Thursday, September 11, 2014, all students and staff of Hilldale Elementary School in Montville Township, New Jersey came together to commemorate the events that happened thirteen years ago.

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  • Attend 50th Anniversary Event Oct. 8, 6:30PM - Senior House

    This year, "Twin Schools," Cedar Hill and Woodmont, celebrate 50 years of academic excellence. Alumni and staff from 1964/1965 are asked to participate in a survey, provide memories, and take part in special events.Survey available on-line. Alumni are also invited to a Cedar Hill and Woodmont 50th Anniversary Alumni Kick-Off Event, Wed, Oct. 8, 6:30 pm at the Senior House.

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  • Early Bird Pricing Extended to Oct. 15

    Valley View's Vegas Extravaganza puts the FUN in FUNdraiser - Early Bird ticket prices of $65 are available through September 30. Tables of ten are $600 through September 30. Tickets purchased after September 30 will be $75 or $750 per table.

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The Montville Educational Foundation's (MEF) mission is to enhance the quality of education by fostering and promoting innovative approaches for excellence in education. The MEF is a private, non-profit, non-political organization with 100% of the funds they raise used to fulfill grants for faculty whose innovative ideas require additional funding to come to fruition.

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NJSBA Parent Connections
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NJSBA School Board Notes
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