7:30 PM - 9:00 PM MTHS - Band Booster Executive Board (Choir room)
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM MTHS - Winter Concerts (snow date 12/11)
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Valley View - PTA Meeting (Media Center)
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM MTEA Holiday Party @ Hanover Manor
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The Science Research in the High School Program affiliated with the State University of New York at Albany is in its second year at Montville High School. This program affords students the opportunity to work independently on their own scientific research topic ranging all disciplines. This year, our program has grown to include 31 members. The sophomores are being mentored by our junior and are researching potential topics. Our juniors are conducting actual research on topics which include: Effects of Behavioral Inhibition in Causing Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Increase of Oxidative Stress Resistance in the Dormant Phase of the Life Cycle of Listeria innocua Bacteria, Communication with Optical Physics, Bacteriophage – Another Weapon against Bacteria, Sem Cells and Diabetes, Natural Remedies to Effectively Treat Cancer, The Search for WIMP Dark Matter, Microbial Fuel Cells: The Future of Clean Energy, The Potential of Regenerative Medicine, Advanced Propulsion Systems, and Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum – the Lost Pathway. The Science Research class most recently hosted a family night on October 15th which was a huge success and selected juniors will be presenting some of their research during the Board of Education meeting on October 21, 2013.
Following a presentation of the final budget on March 21, 2013 by Superintendent of Schools Dr. Paul Fried and Business Administrator James Tevis the 2013-14 school budget was adopted by the Board of Education. The final presentation and user friendly budget are...
Word Study in Action Developmental Model : The importance of word knowledge is evident throughout the Common Core State Standards. It is a central aspect of the Reading Foundational Skills in grades K–5 as these skills relate to the decoding and recognition of words during reading... Click here for more information on the Words Their Way study program.