6:00 PM - 9:00 PM MOTHER/DAUGHTER NIGHT
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM CH - Den #5 (Art Room)
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM ESL Classes for Adults @ MTHS Room 409
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM CH - Den #7 (Art Room)
Adult ESL Classes
Residents of Montville are invited to participate in adult English as a Second Language (ESL) Classes which are being held during the months of February and March.
Where? Montville Township High School 100 Horseneck Rd, Montville, NJ 07045 Room 409
When? 6:00pm - 8:00pm Mondays and Wednesdays
Participants can come to some or all classes during sessions 1 and 2
Who Can Participate? Residents of Montville
Please See This FLYER For More Information.
Trep$ Parent Meeting
Tuesday, January 7th @ 7:30PM
Parents of fourth grade students who are interested in having their child participate in the Trep$ Program are encouraged to come to the meeting. The meeting will be held in Media Center. More information regarding the Trep$ program will be available on the HSA website.
No Name Calling Week January 15-19, 2018
Monday, January 15— No School. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Take time to read a book about MLK, Jr. today and to attend One Montville Day (begins 10AM at Montville Community Park).
Tuesday, January 16— “Be yourself, express yourself”- Wear your favorite clothes/outfit to show how important it is to be unique (Pajamas may be worn if they are your favorite outfit; no slippers please).
Wednesday, January 17— “We are all good sports if we treat everyone with respect.” Wear your favorite team jersey or colors.
Thursday, January 18-- “Try hard to always WORK-it-OUT with others.” Wear your favorite workout clothing/sweats.
Friday, January 19 – “You have the POWER to be kind”- Wear your favorite superhero shirt.
Congratulations to our Teachers of the Year!
Congratulations to the 2017 - 2018 Teachers of the Year! Andrea Petrullo was nominated Teacher of the Year and Stephanie Perillo-Gentile received the Governor's Educator of the Year award. Thank you both for your service and dedication to our students!
Weird Hair Day!
Wednesday, November 22
Fun was had by all at this year's Weird Hair Day competition. Students who participated were asked to bring in food donations for the Montville Food Pantry to help those who are less fortunate. Here are some pictures from the contest which was held in the gym.
Veterans Day Celebration
On Friday, November 3rd, Cedar Hill Staff and Students welcomed local Veterans to honor and thank them for their service. The Veterans visited students in their classrooms where they held Q & A sessions, and everyone attended a school wide assembly where students sang and performed patriotic songs for the Veterans.
Nurse DiCola's new Seeing Eye puppy in training, Griffey, is now 2 months old!
Family Feud Fun!
On Friday, March 31st, fun was had by all as students and staff participated in a Family Feud Game Show assembly in order to raise money for the Montville Township Drug Awareness Council. A special thanks to our Student Council Representatives and Mr. Haugh & Mr. DiLascio for putting together the event.
Congratulations to our 2016-2017 Teachers of the Year!
Katelyn Kung - Teacher of the Year
Jorene Ravallese - Educational Services Professional of the Year
Thank you for all of your hard work and dedication to our students!
Veterans Day Celebration
On Friday, November 4th, students and faculty welcomed local Veterans for our annual Veterans Day Celebration. Veterans spoke to students about their service to our country and in turn, our students sang patriotic songs at a school wide assembly and held a luncheon in their honor. These are some pictures from the event.
Cedar Hill Song
Please take a moment to enjoy the new Cedar Hill Song, written and performed by Mrs. Sharofsky's third grade students.
Cedar Hill School Has Been Awarded Two Prestigious Honors
Cedar Hill’s Diversity Committee has been given a National Promising Practices in Character Education award. 327 Promising Practice awards were given this year to schools, districts, and youth-serving organization from across the United States, as well as from Canada, China, Colombia, and Mexico. You may read the PRESS RELEASE regarding the program for more information.
Additionally, Cedar Hill has been designated as a National School of Character! We are one of only 13 such schools in the state, and one of only 68 in the whole country!
Thank you to all of our wonderful students, staff and families for the respect and character that you display at Cedar Hill and for embracing diversity at Cedar Hill each and every day.