New Teacher Orientation Class Photo
MTPS welcomes our new staff for 2019-2020
MTHS Woods Photo
MTHS Graduation 2019
National History Day Competition
Lazar Students Assist in Honoring Veterans
Cedar Hill Kindergarten
Valley View Students exercising
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Welcome to Our New Website!

The Montville Township Public Schools are proud to launch our new website.  We are confident that the organization and layout of this new site will enhance the ability of all to access important information.  Connections are provided to the district's Twitter and Facebook feeds to provide the most up-to-date information about district programs, events and the wonderful things that happen in our schools each and every day. 

News to Note

Road Map Book Cover

In April, a book entitled "A Road Map for Respect, Kindness, Gratitude, Grit, Courage and Resilience" was published.  This book is the outcome of a collaborative writing process within the Montville Township Schools and features the work of more than 125 student authors.  As part of the district's Character Education and Mindfulness Initiatives, students and the superintendent of schools share their perspectives on a variety of topics which reinforce the importance of respect, kindness, gratitude, grit, courage and resilience in our daily lives.  Students from the elementary through high school levels contributed their wisdom and thoughts on these important topics.  

The book is available through Amazon for $5.00.  Proceeds go to the Montville Township Public Schools.

News

The Importance of Being Earnest: A Fall Farce Nov., 14, 15 and 16 by the MTHS Theatre Company

Oscar Wilde’s Humorous Hit Delivers Classic Fun. A comedy of manners, "Earnest" leaves the audience rolling in the aisles with laughter.

Oscar Wilde’s Humorous Hit Delivers Classic Fun. A comedy of manners, "Earnest" leaves the audience rolling in the aisles with laughter. “If you need a laugh, come see this show,” said MTHS sophomore Adyna Silverberg. With lavish costumes, British accents, precision timing and classic language, The Importance of Being Earnest "is a hilarious play,” said senior Jeff Gallup.

William Mason Elementary School Named 2019 National School of Character by Character.org.

William Mason One of Only 88 Schools & 3 Districts Designated National Schools of Character by Character.org. First China School of Character

William Mason joins Cedar Hill, Lazar and Woodmont as National Schools of Character, as well as Montville Township Public Schools as National District of Character.

Mission and Values

Mission Statement

Montville Township Public Schools strive to develop well-rounded, invested, and inspired students by engaging them in an experience of collaboration with educators, parents, and community that fosters a culture of innovation, character and inclusivity, in a shared spirit of pride.

Values Statement

Montville Township Public Schools believes that all students possess the tools necessary for achievement, and it is our role to guide them in crafting a life-long passion and curiosity in fulfilling their potential. The platform on which our students stand, learn, and grow is supported by three pillars:

Innovation

Montville Township Public Schools believes in being a leader in education by creating authentic active learning opportunities in the classroom and beyond.

Character

Montville Township Public Schools values service, engagement, and kindness in connecting our students to one another and the broader community. Through a wide assortment of experiences, course offerings, extracurricular activities and athletic opportunities, we afford our students the means to explore their world and participate in a personalized educational journey designed to help them discover their passions and achieve their goals.  We believe that all students should be ethical, self-motivated, caring and contributing members of the global community.

Community

Montville Township Public Schools seeks to cultivate a safe and inclusive environment that champions a sense of spirit and a respect for tradition. Our students are encouraged to break down barriers and bridge divides to create and participate in opportunities for service within their school, the district and the community at large.