• World Language will be subject of January 8 Town Meeting

    Montville Superintendent invites input and discussion - The purpose of the upcoming Town Meeting is to hear from parents, teachers, staff, administrators, students and members of the community regarding their thoughts on the topic of World Language.

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  • Amanda Murolo signs with Merrimack Warriors in Soccer and Women’s Track

    The MTHS senior will join the NCAA Division II College in the fall 2015 - Amanda Murolo, a senior Soccer and Track athlete at Montville Township High School (MTHS) signed her National Letter of Intent to participate in Soccer and Women's Track for the Merrimack Warriors in 2015-2016.

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  • A 50th anniversary invitation to Cedar Hill & Woodmont alumni

    50th Anniversary gala event will be held for both Cedar Hill & Woodmont on Feb, 19 - Following the successful twin school’s 50th Anniversary kick-off party in October, the parents, teachers and staff organizing the upcoming alumni events decided to combine efforts and have one alumni gala for graduates from both schools. The gala will be held on Thur, Feb 19 from 6:00-11:00 PM at the Knoll.

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  • Electro Magnetic Field (EMF) Measurement Reports

    We are pleased that the data did not reveal any cause for concern. Prior to the new PSE&G transmission lines becoming active, the District hired an independent contractor to take EMF measurements. More than 100 readings were taken each time.

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  • Mustang Round-up

    Highlights from MTHS sports teams for the week of December 7 to 15 - GIRLS SWIMMING, new record is 3-1.BOYS SWIMMING, record 1-1. CHEERLEADING, won 1st place in their division and all around grand champions... BOWLING, took all 7 from Morris Knolls. ICE HOCKEY, continued their streak.

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  • Winter concert warms hearts – hailed as “best in 10 years”

    Over 150 musicians celebrated the season with traditional and contemporary sounds - The MTHS Winter Concert was held Tue, Dec. 9. Twitter comments and audience comments indicated it was a delightful evening of music and song.

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  • Good News in OUR Schools

    School accomplishments from Dec 8 - 15, 2014 - Twice a month, at the Montville Township Board of Education meetings, Dr. Fried reports on good news and happenings throughout the district's seven schools. Good News in OUR Schools provides a recap of all the 2014-2015 news.

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  • Students donated more than 2,000 items to Montville Food Pantry

    Local food pantry in need of food year-round - During November, the Lazar Student Council hosted a food drive to benefit the Montville Kiwanis Food Pantry. Students and teachers donated close to 2,000 food items. Lazar’s maintenance department made two trips in order to deliver the

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  • Superintendent gives students the night off

    Families encouraged to relax together during Homework Free Night - Wednesday, December 17, 2014, will be an official Homework Free Night according to Montville Township Public Schools Superintendent, Dr. Paul Fried.

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  • Mockingjay frenzy inspires reading and discussion

    Lazar hosts premiere party - Students at Robert R. Lazar Middle School are caught up in the excitement and frenzy that surrounds the Hunger Games phenomenon. As a result of this enthusiasm the middle school hosted a Mockingjay Premiere Party in anticipation of the movie’s opening.

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  • Frelinghuysen speaks with MTHS AP Government and Politics

    Congressman invites students to ask questions - Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen spent over thirty minutes discussing current political issues with Scott Riotto’s AP Government and Politics Class. Students asked insightful and challenging questions on many

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  • Student-Centered Learning inspires creativity and expands knowledge

    Woodmont third graders made a unique Board of Ed presentation - While studying Communities in Dean Marra's class, the students took their projects to a new level by writing and performing songs. The songs made the information fun and memorable.

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  • A letter from Superintendent Dr. Paul Fried

    Superintendent since 2010, Dr. Fried sadly announces his resignation from Montville Township Public Schools - As a result of the Superintendent Salary Cap imposed on school districts by Governor Chris Christie, Montville will lose a dedicated leader.

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  • MakingThanksgiving in Montville

    Lazar Advisory Group provided meal for area family - Students in Ellen Parmentier and Nancy Bostwick's Advisory Group each brought in something from their Thanksgiving table to help another family in the Montville Township community enjoy the holiday. Faizaan Amanat Nick Billand, Jaylyn Alicea, and Zach Alexander presented the basket to School Nurse,

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  • MTHS Eagle Scout Receives Board of Ed Resolution

    Sophomore built equipment shed for Lazar’s Environmental Club - David Champion, a sophomore at MTHS, built an equipment shed for Lazar. Champion completed the project after four months of construction. The Montville BOE gave him a resolution.

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Featured Organizations MEF
The Montville Educational Foundation's (MEF) mission is to enhance the quality of education by fostering and promoting innovative approaches for excellence in education. The MEF is a private, non-profit, non-political organization with 100% of the funds they raise used to fulfill grants for faculty whose innovative ideas require additional funding to come to fruition.

NJSBA
The New Jersey School Boards Association, a federation of boards of education, provides training, advocacy and support to advance public education and the achievement of all students through effective governance.

NJSBA Parent Connections
The NJSBA's Parent Connections will serve as a resource to parents so that they can be better informed on educational topics such as school governance, funding, testing, school choice and others.

NJSBA School Board Notes
School Board Notes, published online each week, provides school board members with timely information about legislation, state board action, court decisions, local and county school board activities, and NJSBA events.