7:00 PM CH - Spring Concert
7:00 PM WM - Spring Concert
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM LZ - Senior Citizen Luncheon
Seniors and parents a reminded that attendance counts towards graduation. Seniors should plan to attend classes in the days following prom. - I am writing to discuss two topics, attendance and the prom. Student attendance is essential to positive student performance. The high school prom is on
Parents please talk with your child about strangers and remain vigilant. - On Tuesday, 03-24-15 at 4:57pm, Boonton Police responded to a possible attempted child abduction that occurred on Cedar St.
Highlights from MTHS sports teams for March 17 to 23 - Congratulations to Senior Jeff Gauweiler for being honored by the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame as an outstanding scholar athlete, and MTHS Cheerleaders traveled to CANAM Nationals in SC! Check out all MTHS Sports news at MUSTANG ROUND-UP. Don't miss a minute of the action.
4th Grader one of 100 chosen by National Geographic Society to compete, Friday, March 27, 2015, for New Jersey top honors - Sponsored by Google and Plum Creek. The contest will be held at Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey.
Award granted on behalf of President Barack Obama by Prudential Spirit of Community Awards Program - Principal, Douglas Sanford, is proud to announce that Shweta Vazhappilly of Pine Brook,
Montville School of Rock plays two nights to rock two benefits - Two Great Concerts, Two Great Causes launches this spring with two benefit performances that will feature the rock-n-roll stylings of the acclaimed Montville School of Rock. MSOR, a high-energy MTHS club for exciting entertainers, will host two concerts, for two performances only, as fundraisers for two Montville-based nonprofits: Homeless Bus Inc.and The Montville Drug Awareness Council.
School accomplishments from March 11 - 24, 2015 - Twice a month, at the Montville Township Board of Education meetings, Dr. Fried reports on good news and happenings throughout the district's seven schools. Good News in OUR Schools provides a recap of all the 2014-2015 news.
All Montville Township Public Schools parents are asked to discuss good sportsmanship with students. Parents and students are also called upon "to contribute to an atmosphere of acceptance and respect within the Montville Township community."
SEE ALL THE HEADLINES! - MTHS "Lil Mustangs" Daycare makes FRONT PAGE of Daily Record. History Club makes States, Shweta Vazhappilly gets Presidential Award, Montville Schools are making headlines. Read all the LATEST NEWS HERE. Check back regularly for more Montville Township Public Schools news.
Cedar Hill nominated Lazar's Brady Garb - The award, which recognizes Americans of all ages who have volunteered significant amounts of their time, was granted by The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards program on behalf of President Barack Obama.
MTHS Junior Class fundraiser exceeded goals by $2,000 - “The lunch served by the junior class is delicious, and the craft project is always fun and creative,” said Sheila Gudis, Speech Pathologist. Gudis’ daughter, and 7-year-old granddaughter, Ava
Homework free night scheduled for Monday, March 16 -"It is our District’s practice to have one 'official homework free night' per quarter. It is our hope that families use these rare homework free evenings to spend relaxing time together having dinner and enjoying a night off with one another," Fried said in a letter to parents.
Montville BOE and Parent Associations honor 2015 Governor's Educators of the Year - For 2015, the Governor’s Teacher of the Year Awards were expanded. In the past, the award was known as the Governor’s Educator/Teacher Award. This year, however, instead of limiting nominations to teachers only, the Governor’s office instituted a
Three NJ Legislators joined two dozen reading volunteers to celebrate Dr. Seuss and education - Morris County’s District 26 Legislative Representatives joined the students and staff of