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6:30 PM - 7:30 PM Closed Session Meeting - Montville Township High School
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High School students develop hands-on conservation program for 5th graders - Eleven members of the MTHS Earth Club came to Valley View to celebrate Earth Day. The high school students have been working all year to create an interactive, educational, event to teach elementary students about conservation.
Forensics has had an outstanding season. Members have competed all over the nation. Coach Gormley has been honored for outstanding work. Coming up, 4 National Qualifiers, Jay Sirot, Noah Weinflash, Pranav Kumar; and Matt Pilsbury, are off to Dallas.
SEE ALL THE HEADLINES! - Dr. Cathy Lundquist named Arbor Day Honoree, Anthony Sia named Lakeland Hills YMCA 2015 Teacher of the Year, Support needed for Project Graduation, and MTHS sports are having an amazing season! Montville Schools are making headlines. Read all the LATEST NEWS HERE. Check back regularly for more Montville Township Public Schools news.
A dedicated environmentalist, the Cedar Hill teacher has taught thousands to care for the planet and its resources - Dr. Cathy Lundquist, will be the 2015 Arbor Day Honoree.On Arbor Day, Friday, April 24, 2015, at 10AM a tree will be planted at Cedar Hill in her honor.
Almost four dozen students comprise cast and crew - “Fiddler on the Roof Junior” retains the famous Broadway storyline of a poor dairyman, Tevye, in pre-revolutionary Russia. Tevye’s goal is to protect is daughters and provide them with a sense of tradition
Five MTHS Students Represent the Best of Montville - Congratulations to Jordan Thailer (Arts), Claire Sullivan (Academics), Anthony Fano (Athletics), Samantha LaMorte (Leadership) and Maje Lustbader (Community Service).
School accomplishments from March 24 - April 14, 2015 - Twice a month, at the Montville Township Board of Education meetings, Dr. Fried reports on good news and happenings throughout the district's seven schools. Good News in OUR Schools provides a recap of all the 2014-2015 news.
Montville’s five elementary schools faced off in March reading competition - “The Battle of the Books was first developed in the Montville district to encourage students to replace ‘screen time,’ with reading,” said Woodmont Media Specialist, Toni-Ann Raj. “Not only does it give students an alternative to ‘screen time,’
250 attend two benefit concerts for Homeless Bus & Drug Awareness Council's Project Graduation - The first annual Two Great Concerts, Two Great Causes, hosted by Montville School of Rock.
Proceeds will help provide assemblies and other important educational initiatives - The fun evening is an opportunity to mix and mingle with friends and neighbors while enjoying a wide selection of great wines and gourmet food. All members of the community are invited to attend this unique event. William Mason’s own Tara Merlino, of Gallo Wine
Assembled, wrapped and sealed with a heart, each sandwich was made by hand - The 367 students of Hilldale Elementary School joined forces to send 370 sandwiches, wrapped in hearts, to Homeless Bus, Inc. The sandwiches were delivered to NYC.
Montville School of Rock plays two nights to rock two benefits - Two Great Concerts, Two Great Causes launches this spring with two benefit performances that will feature the rock-n-roll stylings of the acclaimed Montville School of Rock. MSOR, a high-energy MTHS club for exciting entertainers, will host two concerts, for two performances only, as fundraisers for two Montville-based nonprofits: Homeless Bus Inc.and The Montville Drug Awareness Council.
Seniors and parents a reminded that attendance counts towards graduation. Seniors should plan to attend classes in the days following prom. - I am writing to discuss two topics, attendance and the prom. Student attendance is essential to positive student performance. The high school prom is on
Parents please talk with your child about strangers and remain vigilant. - On Tuesday, 03-24-15 at 4:57pm, Boonton Police responded to a possible attempted child abduction that occurred on Cedar St.