• William Mason hosting 1st annual Cougar 5K

    Race & Fun Fair is an event for all ages - The William Mason Home and School Association is holding its first annual Cougar 5K and Fun Fair on Sat, Oct. 18, 2014. The deadline for early registration has been extended to Fri, Sept. 26.

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  • 10th annual Mustang Marching Band Competition

    MTHS Field Corps hosts 800 musicians from a dozen high schools - The 11th Annual Marching Band Competition, on Sunday, October 5, 2014, is a festival of music and pageantry.The competition will take place at the MTHS football field. More than 800 student musicians and color guards, will be perform.

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  • Early Bird Pricing ends September 30

    Valley View's Vegas Extravaganza puts the FUN in FUNdraiser - Early Bird ticket prices of $65 are available through September 30. Tables of ten are $600 through September 30. Tickets purchased after September 30 will be $75 or $750 per table.

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  • Generations of Lazar family support Montville’s middle school

    Robert R. Lazar’s family honor his daughter’s memory and passions - Carol Ann Snyder did not grow up in Montville, NJ, but her father, Robert R. Lazar was a principal and administrator there. Snyder, who passed away August 2, 2014, often talked of her father’s dedication to his profession,

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  • Woodmont seeks LEGO donations

    Prestigious NJEA grant helps implement innovative learning initiative - The fourth grade team at Woodmont was awarded a $7,400 grant from the prestigious Frederick L. Hipp Foundation for Excellence in Education. LEGO donations needed to implement LEGO Learning Centers.

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  • Community invited to join 21 million who have taken Rachel’s Challenge

    Columbine victim’s legacy is a message of kindness and compassion - Rachel Joy Scott was the first victim of the Columbine school shootings. In the weeks after the tragedy, her father, Darrell Scott, spoke to a Congressional House Judiciary Committee regarding issues of school violence.

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  • 1st day photos

    3,950 Montville students started school today - To add your family's 1st Day of School photos to this photo gallery, please e-mail communications@montville.net, or post to the Montville Township Public Schools Facebook page or @MontvilleTwpSch Twitter feed.

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  • Keynote speaker talks technology

    How Google Apps applies to education - Kenneth Shelton is a keynote speaker with a message: “Technology is important.” The former teacher, with more than 16 years in the classroom, shared his enthusiasm for technology as an educational tool. He spoke to an audience of 750 Montville teachers.

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  • Commitment to education

    32 Honored for 15 to 40 Years of Dedicated Service - The start of the 2014- 2015 academic year began with the recognition and celebration of commitment to service. The annual Montville Township Public Schools assembly of educators and support staff is held each September in preparation for the first day of school.

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  • Welcome New Teachers!

    The Montville Township Public Schools are proud to welcome our new teachers. During their...

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  • 50th Anniversary Alumni Survey

    This year, "Twin Schools," Cedar Hill and Woodmont, celebrate 50 years of academic excellence. Alumni and staff from 1964/1965 are asked to participate in a survey, provide memories, and take part in special events.Survey available on-line. Alumni are also invited to a Cedar Hill and Woodmont 50th Anniversary Alumni Kick-Off Event, Wed, Oct. 8, 6:30 pm at the Senior House.

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  • 10th Grade Eagle Scout builds shed for Lazar Environmental Club

    Former club member wanted to give back to Montville’s middle school - David Champion, a sophomore at Montville Township High School, completed his Eagle Scout community service project this July. The Troop 64 member built a shed for the Environmental Club at Lazar.

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  • Electro Magnetic Field (EMF) Measurement Reports

    We are pleased that the data did not reveal any cause for concern. Prior to the new PSE&G transmission lines becoming active, the District hired an independent contractor to take EMF measurements. More than 100 readings were taken each time.

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  • Montville’s “Twin” Schools Celebrate 50 Years of Education and Community

    Cedar Hill and Woodmont Elementary Schools are searching for 1965 graduates - It’s been 50 years since Cedar Hill and Woodmont Elementary Schools graduated the first classes that attended the “twin” Montville Township Public Schools. For the 2014-2015 school year, both schools hope to commemorate their beginnings

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  • Valley View Announces Vegas Extravaganza

    Casino Night & Tricky Tray Fri, Nov 21 - 7PM - The fundraiser will feature plenty of gaming tables, a cocktail hour, dinner, a DJ, a 50/50 raffle, a tremendous tricky-tray basket blow-out and much, much more!

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Featured Organizations MEF
The Montville Educational Foundation's (MEF) mission is to enhance the quality of education by fostering and promoting innovative approaches for excellence in education. The MEF is a private, non-profit, non-political organization with 100% of the funds they raise used to fulfill grants for faculty whose innovative ideas require additional funding to come to fruition.

NJSBA
The New Jersey School Boards Association, a federation of boards of education, provides training, advocacy and support to advance public education and the achievement of all students through effective governance.

NJSBA Parent Connections
The NJSBA's Parent Connections will serve as a resource to parents so that they can be better informed on educational topics such as school governance, funding, testing, school choice and others.

NJSBA School Board Notes
School Board Notes, published online each week, provides school board members with timely information about legislation, state board action, court decisions, local and county school board activities, and NJSBA events.