We are pleased that the data did not reveal any cause for concern. Prior to the new PSE&G transmission lines becoming active, the District hired an independent contractor to take EMF measurements. More than 100 readings were taken each time.
Cedar Hill and Woodmont Elementary Schools are searching for 1965 graduates - It’s been 50 years since Cedar Hill and Woodmont Elementary Schools graduated the first classes that attended the “twin” Montville Township Public Schools. For the 2014-2015 school year, both schools hope to commemorate their beginnings
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
4th Graders Participate in Legislative Lecture - Senator Joe Pennacchio (R - New Jersey's 26th Legislative District) recently met with fourth grade students at Cedar Hill Elementary School in Montville Township, NJ. The senator spoke to the students about legislation
William Mason Fourth Grader’s “Act of Kindness” Makes a Difference - Kindness came full circle this month at William Mason Elementary School in Montville, NJ. Since fall 2013, Officer Phil Taborda, a School Resource Officer from the Norwalk, CT
Beginning on July 1, 2014 the district is switching to a new Emergency Alert System called School Messenger. Parents must update their Parent Access contact information due to this change.
Team Has Participated in National Tournament for 34 Years - On June 20, 2014, Montville Township High School (MTHS) Forensics Coach, Mary Gormley accepted the team’s first National Speech & Debate Association (NSDA) School of Honor Sweepstakes Award.
Hilldale Organized Book Donations to Support Reading in Dominican Republic - Susan Stine is a Peace Corps Volunteer and the Peace Corps Project Partner to Hilldale Elementary School in Montville Township, NJ. Together, the school and Stine are working on Hilldale’s Peace Corps Project
Photo Gallery & Article - Despite a day of rain, the skies turned blue, and the sun shone brightly in time for the forty-third annual Montville Township High School commencement ceremony on Thursday, June 19. The Class of 2014 was the largest class in MTHS history.
Photo Gallery of the Class of 2018 - Wednesday evening, June 18, 2014, three hundred and twenty-five Robert R. Lazar Middle School eighth graders were promoted to ninth grade. The ceremony took place in the gymnasium at Montville Township High School.