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    Reminder - Virtual Wednesdays to be eliminated as of March 1. In-person elementary students will attend on Wednesdays. Lazar and MTHS cohorts will alternate Wednesdays. SEE DETAILS: montville.net/News/virtual-wednesday-eliminated-march-1

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15 Educators of the Year Honored by Montville Township BOE 2020 to 2021 Educators of the Year Honored by Montville BOE

Virtual Ceremony Provided Opportunity for Audience to Attend From Around the Globe - More than 300 watched the LIVE stream of the Montville Board of Education event on January 19, 2021. Nearly 100 more have watched since the  January event. Those recognized were selected by their peers, and named as Teachers of the Year, Educational Services Professionals of the Year and, at the high school level, the Princeton University Distinguished Secondary School Teacher of the Year.

“Help Yourself to Help Your Kids During Turbulent COVID Times” -- Free Virtual Program for Parents/Guardians “Help Yourself to Help Your Kids During Turbulent COVID Times” will be presented virtually on Wednesday, February 24, 2021, at 7:00 p.m.

Adult-Centered Event Sponsored by School Counseling Department - “Help Yourself to Help Your Kids During Turbulent COVID Times” will be presented virtually on Wednesday, February 24, 2021, at 7:00 p.m. Topics to be covered include: Self-care for parents as well as strategies for supporting children in an unpredictable world. Adults who would like to participate in the Zoom webinar: “Help Yourself to Help Your Kids During Turbulent COVID Times” should go to HTTP://www.Montville.net/ParentProgram .

Virtual Wednesdays Will Be Eliminated As of March 1. In-person Elementary Students will Attend on Wednesdays. Lazar and MTHS Cohorts Will Alternate. effective March 1st, the district will eliminate virtual Wednesday at all grade levels.

Effective March 1st, the district will eliminate virtual Wednesday at all grade levels. At the elementary level, in-person students will attend five days per week. At the middle and high school levels, attendance on Wednesday will alternate between Cohort A and Cohort B. Example: Cohort A in-person students will attend on Wednesday, March 3rd, and attend virtually on March 10th.  Cohort B in-person students will attend virtually on Wednesday, March 3rd, and in-person on March 10th and so forth. All schools will continue to attend on a half-day schedule. 

Applications Now Being Accepted for Integrated Pre-School Program  Integrated Pre-School Program at Montville Township Public Schools

Deadline March 26, 2021 - Children with and without special needs will be educated together in an innovative, child-centered program designed to promote the academic, social, emotional and language development of every child. The program will consist of 3 half-day sessions per week for 3 year-olds and 5 half-day sessions per week for 4 year-olds.

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.

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.

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

Virtual Awards Ceremony Announced for 3 Montville Teachers Advancing to State Competition as VFW Nominates National Citizenship Education Awards VFW national educators award nominees

Candidates are Teachers Who Promote America’s History, Civic Responsibility, Flag Etiquette and Patriotism - Trudy Coppola of Cedar Hill Elementary School is competing at the K-5 level, Rick Crescente of Robert R. Lazar Middle School is competing for the 6-8 award, and, from Montville Township High School James McManus is competing at the grades 9-12 level. Having won in all three categories for the VFW District level, all three will now compete at the State level. A ZOOM AWARDS CEREMONY will be held Sunday, January 10 at 2PM.

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