3:00 PM - 4:00 PM CH - Den #7 (Art Room)
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM Closed Session Meeting - Montville Township - Municipal Building
7:45 PM - 11:00 PM Regular Session Meeting - Montville Township - Municipal Building
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM HS-Mustang Meeting (Media Center)
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM HS-Science Research Freshman Recruiting Night (Cafe)
Montville Township High School is 198 in the top high schools in the nation:
2016 Newsweek Magazine poll & 48 in the 2016 NJMonthly list of top 100 schools.
Thank you to all Montville Township Public Schools faculty, staff & administrators!
Cedar Hill & Woodmont Elementary
among only 67 schools in the USA to be named
National School of Character
Students, faculty and families provide an entire Thanksgiving meal to Montville Kiwanis Food Pantry - Known as the Lundquist Lovies, the kindergarteners donated stuffing, potatoes, cranberries, peas, corn and apple pie. Counselor Heather Praml donated a turkey.
Families share feathers of thanks and wishes while donating needed items - With less than a week to take action, the Woodmont Student Council learned of a need for additional supplies in the school nurse’s office. The students stepped up and developed an impromptu fundraiser, which they called: Woodmont is Thankful. The activity was one of gratitude.
Students explore culture through dance, song, story and treats - Diwali is the traditional Hindu festival of lights. Colorful dances, shimmering costumes, glowing candles and good wishes are a part of the annual fall event. The celebration is an official holiday in many countries around the globe. More than 40
Montville Board of Education congratulates faculty, staff and administration - Cedar Hill is one of only 279 public and 50 private schools in the nation to receive a 2016 National Blue Ribbon School award. “This award represents less than one-half of one present of all the public schools in the nation,”
Family night out includes dinner and the show - Don't cook before Thanksgiving...ROCK ON! Take your family to a School of Rock Concert at MTHS. ONLY $10. Dinner included. Tue, Nov 22 at 7:30PM. Held the week of Thanksgiving, Rock’s-Giving, by School of Rock, has raised funds for such causes as the Montville Township Drug Awareness Council’s Project Graduation and Homeless Bus. The November 22 event will help support all MTHS classes from 2017-2020.
Montville Drama to stage family friendly entertainment for all ages November 16 & 17 - Come see this show at 7:30PM on Wednesday & Thursday Nov 16 & 17. PETER PAN AND WENDY is J. M. Barrie's most famous work. First produced in 1904, the play gave rise to the classic 1911 children’s novel “Peter Pan.” This fun and exciting MTHS Drama Club production will bring to life the stories of beloved characters like Peter Pan, Wendy Darling, Tinker Bell, Captain Hook and The Lost
Respect, Honor, are hallmarks of the 10th annual event - Steeped in tradition, the Cedar Hill Elementary School Veteran’s Day Celebration is an annual highlight for township veterans as well as students, faculty and family.
One of only 279 public and 50 private schools to receive this honor - Video of the event can be viewed on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/user/usedgov .
Hilldale Elementary School dedicates new multi-sport court designed for ultimate safety, strength and durability - On the sun-filled afternoon of October 7, 2016, 350 students, teachers, administrators and parents, along with the Montville Township
Students felt both candidates needed a time-out - Read what reporter Kelly Wallace wrote about the Lazar Student Council students who participated in the post debate debate.
Students presented officers with symbols of peace and certificates of thanks - Nine police officers, from squads throughout the state, with original art work, certificates of thanks and thank you notes.
Patriots Day marked with songs and letters of thanks to Firefighters, police officers and EMTs - “Patriots Day is September 11, and it serves as a reminder to thank the heroes in our country,” said Hadley White, a fifth grade student. “Without them our lives would be very different.”
39 received pins for service and commitment - Teacher, Donald Heyburn from MTHS, was honored for 30 years of service. Katherine Klein of Cedar Hill Elementary School, Maria Slota of Hilldale Elementary School and Mary Wilczynski from Valley View Elementary School have 25 years of service.