8:00 AM - 9:00 AM CH - Fifth Grade Committee Meeting (Cafeteria)
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM CH - HSA EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETINGS
New Jersey PR Association will present awards at Rowan University June 5 - Montville Township Public Schools was notified on Tuesday, May 19, that the district will be the recipient of a 2015 School Communication Award from the New Jersey School Public Relations Association (NJSPRA). The district was entered in the association’s Social
Robert R. Lazar Middle School hosts 55 survivors who talk of hope despite facing extreme challenges.
CATCH THE MONTVILLE HEADLINES! - A new Superintendent will be welcomed on May 19 at Town Hall, 7PM. Lazar's Living Lessons and Superintendent Dr. Paul Fried are on WMBC-TV. MEF Honors LOGO artists. Jade Tungul helps take Mustang Softball to Conference Title. Montville Schools are making headlines. Read all the LATEST NEWS HERE. Check back regularly for more Montville Township Public Schools news.
Robert R. Lazar Middle School hosts 55 survivors who will share stories and hope with students - Men and women of all ages, from all walks of life, and from all around the world, will share experiences of survival. The speakers’ stories are varied, and include individuals who will talk about surviving human slavery, the Holocaust, 9/11, Newtown, CT, drug addiction, becoming a quadriplegic, being a reporter in an Iraqi war zone,
Board is expected to appoint Dr. René T. Rovtar at 7PM Tues, May 19 - All members of the Montville Township community are invited to a reception in honor of Dr. Rovtar at the Montville Township Municipal Building. A dedicated educator, with 35 years of experience, Dr. Rovtar has served as Superintendent of Long Hill Township School District since 2008. Prior to that she was the Superintendent of Butler School District
School of Rock creator to be recognized for his commitment to others - “The Lakeland Hills Family YMCA is proud to recognize individuals, groups and organizations for their commitment to giving back to others,” stated Rosemary Linder Day of the Lakeland Hills YMCA. “This award honors education professionals who have gone above and beyond.”
UPDATED: 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.
More than 60 student designers competed to win top logo award - MTHS senior, Tiffany Lai, William Mason fifth grader, Isabella Mangano, and Robert R. Lazar seventh grade student, Veronica Tullo were awarded First, Second and Third Place.
Hundreds attend celebration for dedicated environmentalist - “You are a true American treasure,” said Michele Caron, a member of the
Highlights from MTHS sports teams for April 28 to May 4 and more! Montville athletes are winning games and setting records. Read an overview of Mustang Tennis, Lacrosse, Golf, Baseball, Softball, Track and more! Check out all MTHS Sports news at MUSTANG ROUND-UP. Don't miss a minute of the action.
See story from May 1, 2015 Daily Record - In honor of the 50th Anniversary of Cedar Hill Elementary School, Congressman Rodney P. Frelinghuysen requested a flag be flown over the Capitol building in Washington, D.C. The United States flag was raised earlier this year for Cedar Hill
MTHS raised $1000+ for March of Dimes Walkathon - The 2015 event marked the twenty-first consecutive year of participation for Montville’s ICC. “Sunday’s walk was another huge success,” Riotto said. “As always, the students were great!” The mission of the March of Dimes is to prevent birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. Funds raised by the ICC on April 26 will support a variety of initiatives
Pathways acknowledges character and compassion and embracing diversity - Eighth grade students, Alex Khalaf and Addy Ehntholt, have been awarded the 2015 Make a Difference Award. The award is provided by the Pathways for Exceptional Children Program in conjunction with the Robert R. Lazar
Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen presents the elementary a flag flown over Capital Building to commemorate school’s opening - In his note to the school, the Congressman congratulated the Cedar Hill community and wished the school continued success in the coming years.
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.