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    MTHS in-person classes will resume Monday, February 1. MTHS classes will remain 100% virtual until then. Please continue to wear face masks, practice social distancing, and follow CDC guidelines when outside your home.

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    An IMPORTANT message from Montville Township Health Department. Please “#TakeTheCall”. If our contact tracers call you, please speak with them. Contact Tracing Saves Lives!

     

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    Montville Township Board Meetings will be held virtually until further notice.  No public in attendance at meetings.  Meetings may be viewed at www.montville.net/boemeetinglive.

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Boys Soccer Team Wins 2020 Northwest Region Group 3 Championship
Boys Soccer Team Wins 2020 Northwest Region Group 3 Championship
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Montville Township High School Mission and Vision

Mission Statement:

The educational community at Montville Township High School promotes creative scheduling which allows for the integration of highly effective programs that encompass a variety of learning styles, promote problem solving, decision making, and critical thinking skills and brings the outside world to students through changing technologies.

 

Vision Statement:

Montville Township High School will set the standard for educational excellence in the 21st century. Through the use of technology and community resources students will develop tailored educational programs which allow them to develop intellectually, emotionally, and socially. The school building will become the starting point for learning, which in incremental steps, will extend to community , county, state, country, and the world. Learning will become a manifestation of personal goals and desires. Assessment of learning will be demonstrated through performance and documented real life experiences. Teachers will become facilitators of learning. Faculty will facilitate learning through experimentation, performance assessments, and mentoring. The measurement of student learning will not be a manifestation of subjective grade performance that assesses learning , and thereby intelligence as a measurement of time, but rather assesses learning through substantive performance.

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8th Grade Orientation - February 3
Criminal History Students at MTHS Question Detectives on How to Investigate In preparation for Detectives McGowan and Iemmello’s virtual visits, students submitted a long list of questions. The two Detectives answered at length.

Virtual Setting Allows Guest Speakers to Visit Classes More Easily From Anywhere - Montville Township Police Department Detective Scott McGowan, who also serves as a Montville Township Public Schools’ School Resource Officer and Anthony Iemmello, a retired Detective of the Newark Police Department, spoke with students from Montville Township High School’s new Criminal History classes. Criminal History is focused on helping students develop an understanding of crime through the context of history. Students study how crimes are investigated, how deductive reasoning is used to solve crime, and how investigative techniques have changed.

Letter to Parents Regarding Teacher Recommendations for the 2021-2022 School Year
VFW to Honor Essay Winners from Lazar and MTHS on January 10 at 2PM

MTHS senior Maria Papera and Lazar eighth grade student Kyle Phillips will be honored at a Virtual Awards Ceremony on Sunday, January 10 at 2:00 p.m.. Papera and Phillips were both awarded first place in national essay contests by VFW Post 5481 of Montville Township. The two also earned second place at the VFW District (county) level. The January 10 Awards Ceremony is open to the public. Montville Township Public Schools teachers Trudy Coppola of Cedar Hill, Rick Crescente of Lazar and James McManus of MTHS, will also be honored at the ceremony. The teachers have won Post and District competitions and are now competing in the VFW National Citizenship Educational Teacher Awards at the State level.

Kindergarten Registration Opens Monday January 11, 2021. On-Line Registration Must Be Completed Before Friday, February 12, 2021 Kindergarten Registration Opens Monday January 11, 2021. On-Line and In-Person Registration Must Be Completed Before Friday, February 12, 2021

Kindergarten Registration for Montville Township Public Schools’ 2021-2022 academic year opens Monday, January 11, 2021. All children of residents of Montville, Pine Brook and Towaco, New Jersey, who have reached the age of five on or before October 1, 2021, are eligible for Kindergarten. NOTE CORRECTION: Parents must complete On-Line Registration for each child attending Kindergarten by Friday, February 12, 2021. There is NO In-Person registration this year. Instructions and details regarding the entire Kindergarten Registration process can be found at www.montville.net. Parents and Guardians are reminded to scroll down to the QUICK LINKS tab on the lower right, and from there scroll down to STUDENT REGISTRATION.

District Offers FREE, ONLINE, ESL Classes for Those Who Wish to Learn or Strengthen English Speaking or Reading Skills ESL Classes are FREE. There is no registration requirement.

English as a Second Language Classes are Available to Adults in Montville, Towaco and Pine Brook - For the first time Montville Township Public Schools will offer Virtual ESL classes. Classes are FREE. There is no registration requirement. Adult English language learners are welcomed to attend some, or all, of the classes being offered in one, or both, sessions. Session 1  is scheduled for Monday, January 25 - Wednesday, March 10, 2021. Session 2 will be held Monday, March 22 - Wednesday, May 5, 2021. Adults are welcomed to attend as many classes as they would like. The LINK to attend is: meet.google.com/xoj-jwik-cfn

Screen Time and Tech Addiction What all Parents Need to Know - Parent Program to be Presented Virtually on January 21st - The Montville Township Public Schools Counseling Department invites all parents and guardians to attend a program on Thursday, January 21, 2021, at 7PM

The Montville Township Public Schools Counseling Department invites all parents and guardians to attend a program on Thursday, January 21, 2021, at 7:00 p.m. The program is intended to provide straight talk to parents and guardians only. It is not a program designed for students. CLICK HERE TO JOIN ZOOM

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