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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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New Jersey Department of Education Survey for Parents About the Reopening of Schools

NJDOE Parent Survey LetterThe New Jersey Department of Education has issued a survey for parents about the reopening of schools. Please read this message they asked us to share: Dear Parents, Thank you for your heroic efforts to support your children’s schools and the learning process during closings due to the coronavirus pandemic. The New Jersey Department of Education (Department) continues preparations for the next stages of school opening, and hearing from parents is a Department priority. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey at the following link: NJDOE parent survey. We appreciate receiving your responses by Monday, June 8th. If you have any questions, please contact the Department’s Office of Civic and Social Engagement at civicandsocial@doe.nj.gov.


Letter to Parents Regarding 2020-2021 Student Schedules
Nationally Recognized! Montville Township’s Hilldale and Valley View Elementary Schools are Named 2020 National Schools of Character Hilldale and Valley View Elementary named 2020 National Schools of Character.

Hilldale and Valley View are Among Only 84 in the USA to be Selected by Character.org - Hilldale Elementary School and Valley View Elementary School were named 2020 National Schools of Character on May 15, 2020. Character.org will honor these schools at the 2021 National Forum to be held in March 2021 in Washington, DC. Character.org, is a national advocate and leader for character development in schools and communities. Hilldale and Valley View were 2 of only 84 schools and 7 districts in 15 states that were certified as National Schools of Character. Hilldale and Valley View are also two of seven schools in the Montville Township Public Schools district. The two Elementary schools join Cedar Hill Elementary, William Mason Elementary, Woodmont Elementary and Robert R. Lazar Middle School as National Schools of Character. Montville Township Public Schools district was also named a District of Character in 2018.

During Quarantine, MTHS Faculty and Superintendent Dr. Rene Rovtar Deliver Caps and Gowns to the Class of 2020 Wendy Reinknecht, an MTHS Science teacher, dropped off caps and gowns to MTHS seniors.

With Schools Closed Through the Remainder of the Academic Year, Teachers and Administrators Visited 310 Seniors to give them Items for  Graduation - MTHS faculty and administrators, along with Montville Township Public Schools Superintendent Dr. René Rovtar, visited the 310 members of the MTHS Class of 2020 to deliver Caps, Gowns, Diploma Covers, and other items such as Honor Cords and Tassels. More than 75 faculty, staff and administrators were on hand to make the deliveries possible. With a student list of between 4 and 15 seniors, the team of messengers set out to distribute the items, and to spend a few moments visiting with the seniors and their families.

MTHS Announces Underclass Award Recipients
Governor Murphy's 5/13/2020 Updates are Under Review by Montville Township Public Schools Administrative Team Governor Murphy made some statements indicating a relaxation on some restrictions regarding drive-thru graduation ceremonies and other celebrations.

Following Review, Information Will be Updated in the Near Future. -  In his daily COVID-19 briefing today, Governor Murphy made some statements indicating a relaxation on some restrictions regarding drive-thru graduation ceremonies.This is encouraging news. Parents are asked to be a patient as district reviews details to evaluate the impact these guidelines may have on end of the year events.

Directives from New Jersey Authorities Call for Virtual Graduation

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Rovtar Issues Letter to Parents on Directives from Trenton Regarding Virtual Graduation Celebrations

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