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Cedar Hill & Woodmont Elementary
among only 67 schools in the USA to be named
National School of Character
319 seniors graduated on Thursday June 23, 2016 - It was a glorious evening on the field in the MTHS football stadium, when the Class of 2016 gathered for one final high school event. This photo gallery captures a few of the large and small moments that were the hallmark of the evening.
Counseling services available at MTHS - Additional grief services outlined in the message from Superintendent Dr. Rene' Rovtar
National School of Character continues tradition of VIDEO celebrations - Woodmont adds 2016
Four Research Science Program seniors presented on three years of intensive research - The students’ research topics where applicable to a broad range of on-going 21st century research such as: defense against chemical terror weapons, improved solar energy applications, biomedical engineering
Seniors enjoyed the fountains and arbors with friends and faculty - The weather was perfect as over 400 Mustangs and guests arrived for the evening's event. Brick paths, gazebos, fountains and flowers provided a bright and beautiful backdrop to the to the spectacular celebration.
Through lectures and activities, OneMontville’s first annual event touched schools, town hall, places of worship and others - Montville Township’s OneMontville committee hosted the first annual Green In Day. Politicians, township employees, students, teachers, business owners and others wore green in support of respect, kindness and acceptance for all. In Montville’s Town Hall, staff wore green, and the Montville Township Police force displayed green OneMontville wristbands to show support for the town-wide initiative. Students at
Scholarship, Service, Leadership and Character are the hallmark of NHS honorees - The students are demonstrated role models for the Montville community.
English as a Second Language classes being offered to ALL Adult English Language Learners in the Montville Township Community who want to improve their speaking skills - The workshops will be held from 6-8PM on Monday 6/6, Wednesday 6/8, Monday 6/13, Tuesday 6/14, Wednesday 6/15 and Monday 6/20 in the MTHS Media Center.
Valley View Elementary's student leaders brought enthusiasm and confidence to world-wide program that fights childhood obesity - A.C.E.S., the world’s largest exercise class originated in Montville, NJ, 28
Movement’s Mission: Acceptance, Kindness and Respect of Diversity, to be highlighted on 1st Green In Day, Friday, May 20 - Pastor Michael Dunne, Rabbi Mark Finkel, Christine Horvath, Dr. Cathy Lundquist, Matthew Rankin, Ron Rauschart and Shari Schwartz were unanimously voted to the organization’s inaugural executive board by the OneMontville Members at Large.
For Teacher Appreciation Week, Lazar teachers join more than 300 in the state on social media to post why they teach and encourage others to #TeachLikeMe - Lazar teachers were among 300 across NJ who supported a national effort to promote the teaching profession by highlighting the exemplary work that is going on in classrooms acrossthe state and the nation.
1st Annual, community-wide, OneMontville Green In Day scheduled for Friday May 20 - At the Montville Township Public Schools’ offices, FREE green OneMontville wristbands, that visibly declare “Acceptance-Kindness,” are available.
Mustangs land championship for the second year in a row - Montville Township High School won the Championship title at the 10th Annual New Jersey Chinese Cultural Project Contest. The event was held on Saturday, April 16, 2016. This year’s contest was co-sponsored by Seton Hall University and the New Jersey Chinese Cultural Studies Foundation (NJCCSF).