• Lazar Middle students prove that WISHes can come true

    WISH (What If Students Helped) helps 100 children in foster care this holiday season - This December, teacher Danielle Vytell-Mitschele’s Advisory Leadership students expanded the school’s foster care goals.

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  • PHOTO GALLERY! - Cake Boss makes custom cake for William Mason Elementary School kindergarten

    Boss’ son says he loves coming to school - When Carlo Valastro asked his mom and dad in late October if they would help him make a cake for his teacher, Diane Oberlin, and his William Mason Elementary School kindergarten class, the five-year-old’s parents agreed. Carlo’s dad, Buddy Valastro, is The Cake Boss.

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  • PHOTO GALLERY! MTHS Fashion Marketing Class hit runway with Duck Tape® ties

    Marketing and design meld as faculty model original student fashions - New for the 2016-2017 academic year is the Montville Township High School’s Fashion Marketing course. Taught by marketing teacher Rebecca Sheehan, the class is open to tenth, eleventh and twelfth grade students. The semester began with a thorough study of the various markets within the fashion industry. Then students were assigned the task of focusing their attention on the design process and design elements. Through a neck tie fashion show, in which the students

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  • The Lundquist Lovies of Cedar Hill donate a turkey dinner to a family in need

    Students, faculty and families provide an entire Thanksgiving meal to Montville Kiwanis Food Pantry - Known as the Lundquist Lovies, the kindergarteners donated stuffing, potatoes, cranberries, peas, corn and apple pie. Counselor Heather Praml donated a turkey.

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  • While giving thanks Woodmont raises $260 for school nurse's supplies

    Families share feathers of thanks and wishes while donating needed items - With less than a week to take action, the Woodmont Student Council learned of a need for additional supplies in the school nurse’s office. The students stepped up and developed an impromptu fundraiser, which they called: Woodmont is Thankful. The activity was one of gratitude.

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