4:00 PM - 7:00 PM CH - Blaze (Lower Lot)
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM CH - CPR Training (Media Center)
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM CH - Den # 5 (Art Room)
October 23-27, 2017
Monday, October 23, 2017
“Be a Jean-ius, be drug-free!”
Wear jeans and your red Connect with Respect shirt.
Tuesday, October 24, 2017
“Team up against drugs day!”
Sport your favorite team colors & attire today.
(Please, no hats.)
Wednesday, October 25, 2017
“I’m too smart to start!”
Wear your favorite college shirt.
Thursday, October 26, 2017
"I won’t let drugs ruin my success!”
Dress up for success—where your favorite professional outfit to show pride for your successful future.
Friday, October 27, 2017
“Say ‘BOO!’ to Drugs!”
Wear Halloween colors (orange & black) today!
*Parents/Guardians: By showing your support for our Red Ribbon Campaign, you are showing your child that you promote a drug-free life. Thank you in advance for your cooperation. We look forward to an exciting and fun Red Ribbon Week.
Parent Resource: http://drugfreenj.org/
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.