7:30 AM - 11:30 AM HS - PSAT
8:20 AM - 8:50 AM CH - PRP: Parents as Reading Partners (Classrooms)
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM CH - CPR (RM 135)
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM HS - YEA Climate and Culture Initiative Parent Meeting
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM HS - Homecoming Dance
3:00 PM - 3:15 PM District - Red Ribbon Week
3:00 PM - 3:15 PM District - Red Ribbon Week
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We were recently notified by the Township that the latest milling and paving projects are scheduled to start on October 12, 2015. Woodmont Road will be resurfaced between Changebridge and Rutledge Roads and is projected to be completed in four weeks. As we understand it, Changebridge Road will then be resurfaced between Woodmont Road and the Community Center and is projected to finish by the end of November.
Because Changebridge Road is a main artery, delays are anticipated on many of our school districts transportation bus routes. The Montville Township Public Schools utilizes a three tiered bus system which means that one school bus vehicle and driver are used to transport a group of students on a high school route then a second group of students on an elementary school route then one last group of students on a middle school route. A school bus that experiences a holdup on the first high school route for example may very well be delayed in reaching and beginning its elementary school route which in turn will more than likely be delayed in reaching and beginning its last middle school route.
We ask for your understanding during the next few months and suggest that you consider a contingency for the drop off/pickup of your child should their school bus be impacted by these road resurfacing projects.
Congressman Frelinghuysen in the House
MTHS Class of 2016 President Grace Hartnett & Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen. October 6 in Scott Riotto's senior AP Government & Politics class.
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.
PLEASE ATTEND - Parents, guardians, and the entire Montville Township Community is invited to a presentation on the "School Culture and Climate Initiative." This is a partnership of United Way Youth Empowerment Alliance, the College of St. Elizabeth, and the Atlantic Healthcare System with Montville
Montville’s award-winning PE teacher, Leonard Saunders, organizes 10-hour, coast-to-coast, student exercise event to fight childhood obesity - 5th graders arrived well before the opening bell to kick-off the acclaimed national exercise event. Throughout the day, students in all fifty states
District to Partner with United Way - A parent meeting on the YEA Climate and Culture Initiative will be held on Thursday, October 15 at 7PM at MTHS. The aim of the initiative is to work with individual schools to gather data from students and staff members about their perceptions of the school climate and culture.
Montville Township’s “NJ State School of Character” invites anti-bullying and CORRECT Superheroes to entertain - Dressed in the school’s signature red “Connect with Respect” T-shirts, the 330 students of Cedar Hill Elementary School kicked off the school year with 2 “School of Character” assemblies.
WATCH VIDEO NOW - NJTV features nationally recognized MTHS program that engages students by exploring the curriculum through student interests.
"All Children Deserve to be Safe, Strong and Free" - The CAP program seeks to reduce children's vulnerability to abuse, neglect and bullying by providing comprehensive prevention workshops for children, parents and school staff. Through the use of role playing exercises, students are trained to recognize potentially dangerous situations. CAP emphasizes self-assertion, peer support and communication with a trusted adult as prevention strategies.
The Lazar educator is the first from Montville to receive county title - “I am extremely proud to receive this honor; considering that I was named by a panel of administrators, teachers, and parents who may not know me or my work personally,”
Montville Township High School Field Corps to perform original program - The Mustang Classic is a festival of music and pageantry sanctioned by the United States Scholastic Band Association. It will take place on the MTHS football field, 100 Horseneck Road, at 4:00 PM. At least 15 marching bands,
Local first responder shared experiences from the days following the attacks - Lazar students started the day with local EMT Carol DaCosta. DaCosta led the school in the Pledge of Allegiance. In the days after the 9-11 attacks in 2001, DaCosta was among the EMTs who volunteered to work at ground zero.
Lazar’s "Organic Farming" program latest subject. MTHS “Humanities Research Program” segment will air on NJTV Sept 27, Oct 3 and Nov 1 and 7 - In most of the Montville Township broadcast area, NJTV is found on Cablevision’s channel 8.
New Media Center, improved theatrical sound and lighting, updated boilers, and enhanced World Language and STEM Instruction are among District’s initiatives
During his time on Capital Hill, Peña had many responsibilities, including: attending hearings and briefings, researching legislation for the office, and guiding constituent tours of the Capitol Building -