• Schools ShopRite STARS for 2nd Semester Honored by Montville Township BOE

    5 MTHS Students Receive Recognition for Excellence in Academics, Athletics, Arts, Community Service and Leadership. Faculty nominates STARS. - Seniors Emily Kozell (Leadership), Carly Benson (Community Service), Kaleigh Culmone (Arts), Devin Tremblay (Academics) & Anna George (Athletics) were honored by Montville Board of Education on Tuesday, January 22, 2019!

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  • Student Musicians Host TUBBY THE TUBA Concert and Instrument "Meet and Greet"

    FREE Classic Concert of "Tubby the Tuba" Followed by an Opportunity for 4 to 9 Year-Olds to Interact With and Play the Instruments of the Band and Orchestra. - "This is an exciting and educational afternoon for children of all ages," said Supervisor of the Fine and Performing Arts, Edward Fleischman." This event generates high energy and genuine enthusiasm for music. Also, the MTHS students really enjoy welcoming their elementary friends."

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  • NOTE COLD WEATHER DELAY - 3rd Annual OneMontville MLK Day of Respect & Community Service Starting Location Moved to 70 River Road

    Families and Individuals Asked to Gather, Work and Model #AcceptanceRespectKindness in Daily Life - UPDATED 11:23PM January 17, 2019 - NOTE: COLD WEATHER DELAY. ONLY INDOOR ACTIVITIES WILL BE HELD BEGINNING AT 11AM. Please NOTE: Event now begins 70 River Road. It's FREE but please bring Canned Goods, Toothbrushes and Toothpaste.

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  • Charles Grau and Michael Palma Reappointed as BOE President and Vice President

    Dr. Karen Cortellino, Charles Grau, Dr. David Modrak and Michael Rappaport Take the Oath of Office - "We have an outstanding group of administrators that we work with,” Grau said.

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  • Montville Township Kindergarten Registration Open to All Resident Students Who Turn Five by October 1, 2019

    On-Line and In-Person Registration Deadline Friday, February 8, 2019 - Kindergarten Registration for Montville Township Public Schools’ 2019-2020 academic year is now open. All children of residents of Montville, Pine Brook and Towaco, New Jersey, who have reached the age of five on or before October 1, 2019, are eligible for Kindergarten. Parents must complete both On-Line Registration and In-Person Registration for each child attending Kindergarten. The Registration deadline is Friday, February 8, 2019.

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  • Montville Township High School Junior Anna Rehberg Lands Soprano 2 Section Leader in North Jersey Region Mixed Choir

    Four Mustangs Selected to Perform in Region Mixed and Treble Choirs - Madison Bustamante (grade 11), Verina Megala (12), Rachelle Philip (11) and Anna Rehberg (11) are among the 300 singers selected to participate in the Honors Choir. More than 500 auditioned for this opportunity. Bustamante and Philip will perform in the Treble Choir (SSA) and Megala and Rehberg will perform with the Mixed Choir (SATB). Rehberg also achieved the top score in the region for the Soprano 2 voice part, awarding her the position of section leader for the Region Mixed Choir. The concert will take place at Morris Knolls High School, 50 Knoll Drive, Rockaway, NJ 07866, on Saturday, January 26 at 4:00 p.m.

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  • Montville Township Public Schools Wins Two NJ Public Relations Awards

    With 1st Place in Marketing/Branding/Image and 2nd Place in Special Interest Publication, Montville is Among Only 15 Districts Recognized - NJSPRA’s School Communication Awards recognize outstanding print and electronic collateral material in New Jersey educational communications programs.

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  • Future Business Leaders of America Students at Montville Township High School Donate Business Attire to Dress for Success

    The Professional Attire Will Support Low-Income Women with the Job Search and Interview Process - Over 100 pieces of clothing for Dress for Success were collected by MTHS FBLA during the four and a half hour drive. Dress for Success is a global nonprofit organization that provides professional attire for low-income women to help support their job-search and interview process. There are over 12,000 volunteers throughout the world contributing to the organization’s mission. The organization helps over 1 million women around the world.

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