Montville Township Public Schools Named
Make-Up Day for
Cedar Hill, Hilldale and Woodmont Schools
Final Day of School will be Friday, June 22, 2018
Early Dismissal Day
2018-2019 Kindergarten Registration is open.
Montville Township Public Schools named to 8th Annual AP® District Honor Roll for Significant Gains in Student Access and Success
1 of only 39 Districts in NJ AND 1 of only 447 Districts Across the U.S. & Canada
Montville Township High School is 198 in the top high schools in the nation:
Thank you to all Montville Township Public Schools faculty, staff & administrators!
New Jersey Monthly Magazine has listed Montville Township as #36 on their 2017 listing of the top towns in New Jersey!
Character.org Designates 73 schools as 2018 National Schools of Character and 5 districts as 2018 National Districts of Character - Montville Township Public Schools is one of only 5 districts in the nation to be named a 2018 National District of Character. In addition, Montville Township Public Schools’ Robert R. Lazar Middle School is one of only 73 in the nation to be designated a National School of Character.
Schools, businesses, places of worship and residents united to support Acceptance Respect and Kindness for all - OneMontville is a volunteer driven organization that launched in September of 2015 to help raise awareness of kindness and to encourage mindfulness of self and others.
Schools, businesses and places of worship join OneMontville to promote Acceptance Respect and Kindness - On Friday, May 18, the OneMontville organization of Montville Township, New Jersey, will host the 3rd Annual Green In Day. Politicians, township employees, students, teachers, business owners and others will wear green in support of Acceptance, Respect and Kindness for all.
A Family Friendly Event to Help Hurricane Survivors Living in the US Territory - Students taking Spanish and participating in the Robert R. Lazar Middle School Spanish Club are planning a iSomos Uno! (We are One!) bowling fundraiser on Sunday, May 20, 2018. They hope to help restore electricity and provide some relief for the Hurricane Maria survivors of Puerto Rico. The Spanish Language school students began planning the event in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. People of all ages are asked to attend the family bowling outing. The cost is only $10 cash for this family friendly fundraiser.
Superintendent Dr. Rene Rovtar explains why and how the district plans to is work with school administrations to manage impact on students and families - To help families make plans for the months ahead, we have developed a plan. The primary goal of the plan is to support our students, particularly our high school seniors, so they can complete their high school careers in a productive manner, while reducing their stress as much as possible. The other goals are to respect the situations that our families and staff members find themselves in as a result of the winter weather.
Classic tale for all ages to be staged at Montville Township High School - Based on J.M. Barrie's enchanting play -- Peter Pan or The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up -- PETER PAN JR. is a modern version of the timeless tale about the adventures of a mischievous boy. Performances will be held on Thursday, March 22 and Friday, March 23 at 7:30 p.m. TICKETS ONLY $7 AT THE DOOR
The 8th grade students are among only 275 from across Northern NJ who will sing at prestigious event - Santina DiBenedetto and Raelle Lamel auditioned in February, had their first rehearsal on Thursday, March 1, 2018. and will perform on Sunday, March 18 at 3:00 PM at Kittatiny Regional High School in Newton, NJ.
Ramset cartridges are used for affixing items to concrete or block walls. The adhesive comes in a .22 caliber cartridge. This afternoon during athletic practices, a coach and student-athlete discovered a casing in the high school’s weight room. Those individuals reported the information to the Supervisor of Athletics immediately. Recently, the maintenance department was completing work in and around the weight room. As a precautionary measure, the Montville Township Police Department was contacted. The officer who was dispatched confirmed that the casing was a spent Ramset cartridge. - If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Doug Sanford, Principal of MTHS via email (email@example.com) or phone (973-331-7100, ext. 2605).
This communication was also e-mailed to the community on February 28, 2018 - I am sharing with you a copy of the Press Release issued by the Montville Township Police Department today. I feel it is important to note that no weapons were found at MTHS during the course of this investigation.
From March 1-4 all the favorite characters are live on stage! PLUS CHARACTER BRUNCH March 4! - Tickets to this fun family production are only $15 for adults and $12 for students and senior citizens. Show times are Thursday through Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2:00 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance. The actors and other members of the MTHS Drama Club will also hold a CHARACTER BREAKFAST on Sunday, March 4 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Children and families will have an opportunity to meet the characters, take photos and enjoy breakfast in the MTHS cafeteria. Tickets to the CHARACTER BREAKFAST fundraiser are $5.00 at the door.
Branding video and lobby signage help community learn the meaning behind the district’s first logo - The Montville Township Board of Education honored Skye Dillion of Skye Designe Studios for his extraordinary work and dedication.
In an effort to ease the minds of high school students and parents, and as a follow-up to Dr. Rovtar’s announcement yesterday, I wanted to share some information about school safety and security. Dr. Rovtar shared information related to a security concern at MTHS. While I cannot comment on the specifics of this incident, as it is still an active investigation by the Montville Township Police, I can tell you that there is a good amount of misinformation about it circulating around the community. As we are able to, we will share accurate information with the school community. For now, we can share that the individual involved has been removed from the high school.
February 23, 2018 e-mail and phone message to all faculty and staff - Earlier this week, information was shared with the high school administration indicating a possible security threat. The Montville Township Police were immediately notified and their investigation is ongoing. This prevents us from sharing any specific information about individuals involved. The individual associated with the threat has been removed from the school pending the outcome of the police investigation.
February 23, 2018 e-mail to all Parents, Faculty and Staff - In the wake of the terrible tragedy in Parkland, Florida, all of us in the district remain focused on school safety and security. I want to reassure you that I consider the safety and security of our students and staff to be my most important responsibility. I feel that our district practices reflect this priority.
February 23, 2018 e-mail and text o all parents and staff - The Montville Township Police received a 911 call from the high school today. This call was investigated and found to have been a mistake. There was no lockdown initiated at the high school nor any other type of security threat. Please see ADVISORY on Montville Township Police Facebook page regarding this incident