9:00 AM - 11:00 AM CH - EBM (Cafeteria)
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM CH Assembly (Cultural Arts) - In Gym
2:45 PM - 3:45 PM CH - Enrichment (Art Room & Media Center)
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM CH - Pathways (Cafeteria)
7:00 PM - 7:30 PM Closed Session Meeting - Montville Township Municipal Building
7:00 PM - 11:00 PM HS - Special Education Incoming Student Orientation
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM Regular Session Meeting - Montville Township Municipal Building
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM CH - HSA (Cafeteria)
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Registration now open for 2016-2017
Integrated Preschool at Valley View Elementary
Children with and without special needs are educated together in an innovative, child-centered program designed to promote the academic, social, emotional and language deveopment of every child. Open to Montville Township's 3 and 4-year-olds, classes meet for 1/2 day morning or afternoon sessions each week for the entire 2016-2017 school year. 3-year-olds attend three 1/2 days per week, and 4-year-olds attend five 1/2 days weekly. Click here for more information.
Montville's Acclaimed Preschool Program
Congratulations to Montville Township's
2016 Governor's Teacher and Educational Services Professionals of the Year &
the Princeton University Distinguished Secondary School Educator Award Recipient
MTHS – Donald Heyburn ESPA, Hilldale – Matthew Natale ESPA, William Mason – Christine Auten TOTY, Cedar Hill – Jessica D’Angelo ESPA, Cedar Hill – Dr. Catherine Lundquist TOTY, Hilldale – Courtney Przestrzelski TOTY, Woodmont – Douglas Stech ESPA, William Mason – Elizabeth Wigley Woodmont ESPA, MTHS - Dr. Sarah Lawler, Princeton University Distinguished Secondary School Educator Award, Woodmont – Debra Jarvie TOTY, Lazar – Lisa Tobin-Cook ESPA, MTHS – Heather Einstein TOTY, Valley View- Elizabeth Jemas ESPA, Lazar – Seth Miller TOTY, Valley View – Kimberly DeMaria TOTY (TOTY=Teacher of the year, ESPA= Educational Services Professional of the Year)
Review this PARCC report to understand more about the test. Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) represents the efforts on behalf of a group of states that came together to develop a new assessment to measure student progress towards meeting new standards for the 21st Century. Spring 2015 was the first time the test was administered. This report outlines results, what was learned in the first year the test was administered, goals, testing formats, and how the test will adjusted for future use. Montville Township Public Schools results are also outlined as well as links to videos and websites that provide deeper explanation. .
Get Connected - Montville Township School District Emails and Newsletters
The Montville Township School District will be sending emails and newsletters directly to parents and community members. Parents should be sure that their email addresses are up to date in the Genesis Parent Portal (see Parent Access tab on the main page of the district website) to update your email address in the system. Community Residents who would like to receive district newsletters should email Dr. Rovtar at Rene.Rovtar@Montville.net.
Grade 5, 6 & 7 students to receive surveys on Feb 8 about World Languages - Completed surveys due back to elementary and middle schools by Fri, Feb. 12
Outstanding Child Development Classes learn early education while teaching area preschoolers. Only $50 for 4 months.
As part of the Every Child Succeeds Act legislation, all schools with students in grades three through twelve are required to demonstrate Adequate Yearly Progress. In order to attain AYP, a school must ensure that annual state assessments are taken by at least 95% of the students enrolled in
Science teachers and engineers collaborate on lessons to prepare students for Next Generation Science Standards - Kathy Ernst, of Lazar, and her husband, Professional Engineer, Michael, share a vision for science and engineering.
Extended hours of 6:20AM to 3:15PM launched as students and faculty begin using facility January 25 - Chrome books and new books are only two of the outstanding research and educational opportunities now available
New student orientation to be held Tue, Feb 9 at 7PM - Known for its rich and varied programs, MTHS was named a District of Distinction in July 2015 by District Administrator magazine, a national publication.
On-line and In-person Registration required before the start of Kindergarten Screening.
Montville High's State-of-the-art Media Center opens the doors for tours. Entire Township is encouraged to celebrate district's renovation - The celebration and student-led tours will take place from 5:00 to 7:00 PM on Tuesday, January 19, 2016 at MTHS
Valley View students share hair with others - Lily Smith, a second grader gave to Pantene Beautiful Lengths. Grace Volpe, a fifth grade student, and two fourth graders, Nicole Slunt and Mia Grillo, gave to Locks of Love.
Christine Sun of Lazar awarded 2nd place in Optimum’s NY/CT/NJ Hispanic Heritage Essay Contest - feature airs daily beginning Jan. 3, 2016 at 6AM, Noon, 8PM, 9PM & 10PM.
Stuffed animals and journals to add to district’s extensive Character Education programs - Students will have an opportunity to share thoughts on respect and kindness. this month #OneMontville Monte will begin his seven month exploration of six of Montville’s public schools.
Watch Lazar and the district on NJTV, Sunday, December 20 at 7:30 a.m. - Don't miss two outstanding Montville programs on TV.
Churning butter, making candles and sewing help students learn about daily activities in Colonial America. Students also make horn books - Cedar Hill’s fifth graders go back in time to spend the day as a Colonial child. Students participate in activities that were once part of the daily routine for 18th Century youngsters. Colonial Day is an educational day that directly ties in the fifth grade curriculum
The Group III A Champions, who bested 27 schools to take the top spot in the nation, to be honored by Morris Freeholders and Township Committee - With a winning score of 96.663, the MTHS Marching Band brought home a trophy that
Student concert rocked second annual Thanksgiving fundraiser - Montville School of Rock, an elite group of highly trained musicians at MTHS, performed their second annual Thanksgiving benefit concert, ROCK’S GIVING II, at MTHS. The young musicians raised $2,000 for Emma Marie Wyman, a baby girl from Parsippany who was diagnosed with cancer before her first birthday.