7:00 PM - 9:00 PM HS-Senior Night (Auditorium)
10:00 AM WM-Class Parent Meeting in Library
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM HS-College Fair (Cafe)
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Montville Township High School is 198 in the top high schools in the nation:
2016 Newsweek Magazine poll & 48 in the 2016 NJMonthly list of top 100 schools.
Thank you to all Montville Township Public Schools faculty, staff & administrators!
Cedar Hill & Woodmont Elementary
among only 67 schools in the USA to be named
National School of Character
Students presented officers with symbols of peace and certificates of thanks - Nine police officers, from squads throughout the state, with original art work, certificates of thanks and thank you notes.
Patriots Day marked with songs and letters of thanks to Firefighters, police officers and EMTs - “Patriots Day is September 11, and it serves as a reminder to thank the heroes in our country,” said Hadley White, a fifth grade student. “Without them our lives would be very different.”
39 received pins for service and commitment - Teacher, Donald Heyburn from MTHS, was honored for 30 years of service. Katherine Klein of Cedar Hill Elementary School, Maria Slota of Hilldale Elementary School and Mary Wilczynski from Valley View Elementary School have 25 years of service.
Nearly 40 new Montville Township Public Schools teachers and interns began two days of district orientation on Monday, August 29 - New teacher orientation will continue on Tuesday, August 30.
MTHS students and Pathways work together with villagers to improve education - "The memories I made of dancing and singing, working on the school, and especially the relationships I was able to develop with the villagers will be everlasting," senior Claudia Trionfo.
Award-winning author donating a portion of proceeds to Boys & Girls Club - "Buddy and Bea" is the award-winning author, Len Saunder’s newest book. In it, Valley View's world renown physical education expert addresses the issue of life and loss on a child’s level. Through the heart-warming story of two friends who grow close before having to be separated from each other, even children who have not experienced loss themselves can relate to his touching tale.
Mustangs took top prize in Collaborative Summer Library Program’s Teen Video Challenge - National Youth Services Librarians' Summer Reading Program Theme: "Get in the Game -- Read!"
Class of 2016 celebration streamed live on Montville Township Public Schools Facebook page - Thursday, June 23, 2016 as the 319 members of the Class of 2016 processed onto the field to prepare to receive their diplomas. The district’s high school graduation was also viewed live on the Montville Township Public School’s Facebook page by more than 2,300 others
“Challenge yourself,” she advised. “Do not take no for an answer, be resilient, and above all know your largest fear carries your greatest growth,” said Valedictorian Rachel Stuto. MTHS held graduation on Thurs, Jun 23, for the Class of 2016.
“Before you get to bask in the glory of the hundreds of likes your Instagram post about graduating will get, I want to focus on the smaller, more ordinary moments in life. The ones that don't make their way to Instagram.”
“We always supported each other,” Hartnett said. “During our time here we were all competing against each other, in class rankings and college acceptances. Most people wouldn't be surprised if we viewed each other as opponents, but instead we lifted each other up. We were not jealous. We were proud.”