Towaco based Homeless Bus gives food to 250 every Saturday night - the students in Christi Stella and Donald Wheeler’s classes decorated bags and filled them with crackers, candy bars, apple chips, granola bars and other food items.The food and
Genevieve Lake - "Check under your seats. There is a small note to you all which says what it was about each and everyone of you that made a lasting impression on me. Something I will never forget about you. That’s right! YOU get a note! and YOU ..."
See article in the June issue of NJ Teachers Magazine - “Throughout the search and interview process, Dr. Rovtar’s application, credentials, and Dr. Rovtar herself, stood out above the rest,” said Montville Township Board of Education President, Dr. Karen Cortellino. A dedicated educator, with thirty-five years of experience, Dr. Rovtar has served as Superintendent of Long Hill Township School District
Asrita Vattikonda - "Fellow classmates, thank you for always supporting each other. Life is an ocean, but friends are the life raft that keeps you afloat. I want you all to remember that whenever you need someone, whenever you’re at your lowest points, your friends will be there for you. We’ll always have each other’s backs."
"Rely on your character," said Principal Sharon Carr. "Together you have the ability to make your graduating class one of the best to ever go to Montville Township High School. Make it happen. Go out and change the world."
Hilldale Elementary students talk publishing with area newspaper - Sports, current events, editorials, education, entertainment, recipes, reviews, human interest, cartoons and news, these are the section headings one recognizes from the newspaper, and these are the items that reporters from Hilldale Elementary School’s Newspaper Club discussed with Michal Condon of the The Citizen.
Lazar announces Carol Lazar Snyder Award for eighth grade graduates - the first Carol Lazar Snyder Award for character will be presented at Lazar eighth grade graduation on Monday, June 22, 2015.
Junior, Dean Manetta, builds rack to hold informational brochures - The brochures address an array of drug awareness topics such as: Signs of alcohol and drug abuse, descriptions of drugs, ways to prevent substance abuse, and opportunities for help and assistance in overcoming abuse. In spring 2014, DAC launched a Drug Awareness information initiative in Montville by placing a rack of substance abuse brochures in the lobby at Montville Town Hall. The initial plan was to place more racks at the library, police station and youth center, however, the initiative stalled, when the cost of commercial grade brochure racks proved to be prohibitive. Manetta stepped in
In-depth, three-year course of study prepares students for college and career - MTHS students conduct original research, guided by mentors, who are experts in their fields.
a letter to parents of seniors regarding graduation safety and Project Graduation - The Montville Township Public Schools and our parents are very fortunate that the community offers the Project Graduation program for its seniors. Project Graduation takes place immediately following
A steady stream of well wishers made their way to Lazar on June 17 to say goodbye to Dr. Fried. Fried is credited by many members of the Montville Township Board of Education as the Superintendent who brought stability to the district at a critical time in the history of Montville Township Public Schools. He is leaving behind an innovative legacy for Montville students and families.
Students plant, weed, harvest and sell the organic produce - Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is an important part of Matthew Myers’ science curriculum. A seventh grade science teacher, Myers teaches students organic and sustainable farming.
5 district teachers were identified as outstanding teachers by NJ Teacher Magazine - These Montville teachers are given a big thank you in June's 2nd Annual Teacher Appreciation Issue. Read this article and find out more about Bonnie DiCola of Cedar Hill and her unique Seeing Eye dog training program, Toni-Ann Raj of Woodmont and her innovative use of Video in the elementary school community, Anthony Sia and his award-winning Montville School of Rock club at MTHS and Barbara Carriere & David Polgar who led the MTHS Robotics Club to a state championship and a chance to compete internationally this season.