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Montville High School ShopRite Stars Named for Second Marking Period

February 16, 2017

MONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township High School ShopRite Stars were named at the Feb. 7 Montville Township Board of Education meeting for the second marking period of the school year.

MTHS staff members nominate students for a ShopRite STAR Award in academics, athletics, arts, leadership and community service. For the school’s participation in this program, ShopRite generously ...

Branding Committee Presents at Montville Board of Ed; District Budget Priorities Revealed

MONTVILLE, NJ – The results of the district branding committee were presented at the Montville Board of Education meeting on Feb. 7, which included a revised mission statement and the goal to have a new brand for the district by Sept. 2017.

The district branding committee held a series of meetings to arrive at the mission statement and values statement over the past few months and ...

Meet the Leaders of Montville Township: Dr. Matthew Kayne, Board of Education President

MONTVILLE, NJ - Dr. Matthew Kayne was unanimously re-elected for his second term of office as president of the Montville Township Board of Education (MTBOE) on Tuesday, Jan. 3. Those who know him know that he is a man dedicated to his family, occupation, and community.

In the interview, Dr. Kayne described how at a young age, he ...

Montville Township Board of Education on Judge in Fennes Case: Remarks are “Defamatory and Entirely Out of Line”

MONTVILLE, NJ – Former William Mason Elementary School teacher Jason Fennes was sentenced in Morris County Superior Court to 14 years in state prison, and concurrently to seven years’ prison in Somerset County Superior Court in January. He had pleaded guilty to second-degree sexual assault and second-degree endangering the welfare of a child.

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Proposed Montville School Bond Referendum Details Presented at Special Meeting

MONTVILLE, NJ - About 30 people came to the Montville Township High School (MTHS) Media Center on Tuesday, Jan. 24 to hear James Tevis, Montville Township public school business administrator, give a presentation on the proposed school bond referendum that will be voted on in the 2017 fall election.

Tevis, ...

President's Volunteer Service Award Recipients in Montville-Based Chinese School

MONTVILLE, NJ – The Northern New Jersey Chinese Association Chinese School announced 19 of their students achieved President’s Volunteer Service Awards. The students performed community service over a 12-month period, which included cooking for the homeless and performing music at nursing homes, according to Principal Dr. Jimmy Chiang.

The students performed at least 50 hours of ...

Educators Honored at Montville Township Board of Education Meeting

MONTVILLE, NJ – Fifteen Montville educators were honored by the Montville Township Board of Education as awardees of the 2016 Governor’s Teachers and Governor’s Educational Services Professionals of the Year on Jan. 17. Each Montville Township school had a winner in the two categories, plus a Princeton University Distinguished Secondary School Teacher Award winner at the high ...

Kiddie Academy Opens in Montville

MONTVILLE, NJ - Kiddie Academy, a nationally recognized provider of comprehensive education-based child care programs, has just opened its newest location in Montville, New Jersey.

“For more than 35 years the company has been successful with combining learning with child care,” said Bernie Klein, who owns Kiddie Academy of Montville, located at 350 Main Road, near Route 287 ...

Montville Schools Demographic Task Force Results Revealed; Referendum Meeting Planned

MONTVILLE, NJ – Reconfiguring the Hilldale Elementary School media center is the final decision reached by the Demographic Study Task Force in order to solve the overcrowding problem at that school.

In September 2016, the Montville Township Board of Education was presented with results of a demographic study  conducted in April of 2016 by Statistical Forecasting LLC, which found ...

Mayor Asks Montville Board of Ed for Help with Township's Opiate Problem

MONTVILLE, NJ – Mayor Jim Sandham spoke at the Jan. 3 Montville Township Board of Education meeting during the public portion to ask the board’s help with Montville Township’s heroin/opiate problem.

In 2016 Montville Township held the record for most deaths in the county due to heroin/opiate overdose, and Sandham asked the board to bring the problem to the County ...

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Montville Township Recreation Department to Sponsor Speech and Debate Training Program

February 8, 2017

MONTVILLE, NJ -- The Montville Township Recreation Department will be sponsoring a Forensics Intro - Competitive Speech and Debate Program for students in Grades 6th-8th, Beginner and Advanced Levels.

This program will focus on the techniques of effective public speaking in the areas of oral interpretation, oratorical, interpretation, extemporaneous and impromptu speaking, as well as ...