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Five-Year Demographic Study to be Presented Tuesday, February 8 at 7:30PM in the MTHS Auditorium Five-Year Demographic Study to be Presented on February 8, 2022 at 7:30PM at Montville Township High School

Enrollment projections, for each of the district's seven schools, through the 2026-2027 school year will be presented by Dr. Richard Grip, of Statistical Forecasting LLC on Tuesday, February 8, 2022. The study addresses the impact of potential new housing to be constructed in the community and the expected student yields from these housing projects. The report provides an overview of expected changes in school-aged population at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Also to be discussed is the impact of any changes in enrollment on the utilization of each of the district schools. The presentation is open to all members of the Montville Township community. The program will be held at 7:30PM in the Montville Township High School auditorium.

Five MTHS Students Receive Recognition for Excellence in Academics, Athletics, Arts, Community Service and Leadership 1st Quarter Shop Rite Stars 2021-2022

Congratulations to: Daniel Arena, Leadership; Grace Laurito, Community Service; Jake Cassidy, Arts; Gina Marotta, Athletics; and Serge Kuznetsov, Academics. Five Montville Township High School students received recognition for excellence in Academics, Athletics, Arts, Community Service and Leadership at a recent Montville Township Board of Education Meeting. The five were named First Quarter ShopRite Stars and have been honored both by Sunrise ShopRite in Parsippany, and MTHS.

Montville Township Public Schools Board of Education Honors 14 Outstanding Educators Montville Township Public Schools Teachers of the Year, Educational Services Professionals of the Year and the Princeton University Distinguished Secondary School Teacher of the year.

BOE Honors Teachers of the Year, Educational Services Professionals of the Year and Princeton University Distinguished Secondary School Teacher Award Recipient - Video of the Montville Township BOE ceremony honoring the district’s award-winning educators can be viewed on the Montville Township Public Schools YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/TyzERC_6I5Y 

Lazar Students Interview School’s New Special Law Enforcement Officer for LNN SLEO Officer Steven Groseibl has joined the staff at Robert R. Lazar Middle School

Officer Steven Groseibl Brings 25 Years of Experience to the Montville Township Public Schools - Three students, 8th graders Giulia D’Uva, Karley Longo and Marilyn Vena, recently asked Officer Steve to sit down for an LNN (Lazar News Network) interview. A Class III Special Law Enforcement Officer (SLEO), Officer  Steven Groseibl brings 25 years of experience with the New Jersey State Police, as well as additional background in public safety and security, to his new role as SLEO. You can watch the full interview here: Montville.net/LNNOfficerSteveInterview

Hilldale Student Council asks Community to Participate in Homeless Solutions’ A NIGHT IN THE COLD On Saturday, December 4, the Hilldale Student Council is asking the Community, their friends, and their families to participate in Homeless Solutions’  to raise crucial funds and awareness for the homeless families and individuals in our community.

On Saturday, December 4, the Hilldale Student Council is asking the Community, their friends, and their families to join the Hilldale team and participate in Homeless Solutions’ A NIGHT IN THE COLD to raise crucial funds and awareness for homeless families and individuals in Morris County. Hilldale's goal is to raise $1,000. During A NIGHT IN THE COLD participants will brave the elements by sleeping outside for one night. Where and how you sleep is up to you! You can sleep in places like a tent, sleeping bag, or your car (with the car off), which are some of the ways street homeless do when they are without shelter. Others may opt for their porch, garage floor, or church/school parking lot. You can participate alone or in socially-distanced groups. It’s open to everyone of all ages - families, individuals, faith and school groups, sports teams, the scouts, and businesses!​ Everyone can join the Hilldale team or create a team of their own. The important thing is to help provide crucial funds for the homeless.

“Supporting Your Child’s Return to School in September 2021” - A Webinar for Parents & Guardians Webinar “Supporting Your Child’s Return to School in September 2021”

Catherine Lomauro, a Student Assistance Counselor, with the Montville Township Public Schools Counseling team, has created a 20-minute webinar to inform and equip parents and guardians with information and strategies to help understand and support their child’s transition into the new school year. - “Supporting Your Child’s Return to School in September 2021” is a webinar that explores both the practical and the social and emotional perspectives that are unique to the 2021-2022 school year. To access this valuable information please go to: www.montville.net/supportingchildsreturntoschool 

Information Technology Services in Montville Township Public Schools Receives Lenovo’s Outstanding Service Award The Information Technology Services ITS Department of Montville Township Public Schools MTPS received Lenovo’s 2020 Warranty Self-Maintainer Award.

Only 10% of Lenovo's North American Service Teams Achieve This Recognition - “Congratulations to your organization and specifically to your service team for achieving Lenovo’s Outstanding Service Award status for fiscal year 2020!” Victoria Pawelkowski, Sr. Warranty Channels Manager of Lenovo North America, wrote in her letter to the Montville Township Board of Education.

41 Teachers Honored for a Combined 770 Years of Service Years of Service in Education Pins -- Forty-one members of the Montville Township Public Schools’ faculty, administration and staff were honored for a combined 770 Year of Educational Service.

Virtual Presentation of Awards Was Part of the First Inservice Day for Montville Township Public Schools’ 2021-2022 Faculty and Staff - Forty-one members of the Montville Township Public Schools’ faculty, staff, and administration were honored in a virtual ceremony on Wednesday, September 1, 2021. Together the educators, who were recognized for their Years of Service, have dedicated a combined 770 years as representatives of the district’s motto to: “Educate. Inspire. Empower.” Eighteen were honored in each of the 15 and 20 Years of Service categories. Three were highlighted for 25 Years of Service, and Katherine Klein, of Cedar Hill, and Donald Heyburn, of Montville Township High School were honored for 30 and 35 years, respectively.

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