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Montville's Hilldale Elementary Students Learn About Celiac Disease

October 18, 2018

MONTVILLE, NJ – Montville’s Hilldale Elementary School students learned about celiac disease late in September. Elly Sumka, who is a student at the school, has the disease, and in May she and her mom, Grace, were pivotal in encouraging the Montville Township Committee to declare Celiac Awareness Month in the township.

Third, fourth and fifth graders at the school attended an ...

Montville Township Public Schools Offers Family Night for English as a Second Language Adults and Their Children

MONTVILLE, NJ – An ESL Family night will be held on Thursday, Oct. 4 at 7 p.m. The event is sponsored by the English as a Second Language (ESL) department of Montville Township Public Schools and will be held in room 103 of the Montville Township High School (MTHS).

Throughout the academic year, the Montville Township ESL department holds workshops and other events ...

246 Freshmen Enter Montville Twp High School After Orientation

MONTVILLE, NJ - The freshman orientation for the incoming class of the 2018-2019 school year took place on Tuesday, Aug. 28. It was led by the members of the Peers as Leaders organization, known as PAL, of the Montville Township High School. These rising juniors and seniors took the 246 new freshmen on a tour of the school and gave them some insight of the next four years of their ...

MTHS Marching Band Announces Band Competition and Performance

MONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township High School marching band presents the 14th annual Mustang Classic Music Festival, to be held Saturday, Sept. 22 at 5 p.m. at the high school, 100 Horseneck Rd. in Montville.

Nine bands will be competing in various categories, and the MTHS marching band will perform its original show.

Tickets can be purchased at the gate for $12 for adults and $7 ...

Two Police Officers Start in Montville Twp. Public Schools

MONTVILLE, NJ – While 30 new staff members began the school year in their classrooms on Sept. 4, two staff members of a different kind began the school year as well.

School resource officer Scott McGowan and special law enforcement officer Jeff Sims started their school year in the Montville Township public schools; McGowan as a resource for all seven schools, and Sims as an armed ...

Girls on the Run to Offer Fall Program at Valley View Elementary

MONTVILLE, NJ – Girls on the Run New Jersey East, a non-profit, physical activity-based positive youth development program that helps each girl to realize her potential, will be hosting a program for girls at Valley View Elementary School in Montville in the fall. Volunteer coaches will lead teams of 8-20 girls for a ten-week program that encourages personal development, team building, and ...

Montville Township Public Schools Named National District of Character; Lazar Middle School Named National School of Character

MONTVILLE, NJ – Montville Township Public Schools was one of only five districts in the nation to be named a 2018 National District of Character by, a nonprofit organization that validates character initiatives in schools and communities around the world. In addition, Montville Township Public Schools’ Robert R. Lazar Middle School has been named a 2018 National School ...

Skype Brings Holocaust Survivor and Italian Historian to Montville Township High School Genocide Studies Classes

MONTVILLE, NJ – Max Calfo’s Holocaust and Genocide Studies class Skyped a Holocaust survivor in Connecticut and a historian in Rome at Montville Township High School on Wednesday, June 13. The students spoke with the guests about events of the Holocaust that occurred in Poland and Italy respectively.

Holocaust survivor Mira Binford, originally from Bedzin, Poland, ...

May the Fourth Results in Donations to Lung Cancer Foundation from Cedar Hill Character Education Group

MONTVILLE, NJ – The Cedar Hill Fifth Grade Character Education Council sponsored May The 4th Be With You on Friday May 4 from in the Cedar Hill multi-purpose room. The event was to benefit the Lung Cancer Foundation of America. To raise money, each participant paid $5 for a Star Wars-themed scorecard. Upon completion of all events, scorecards were put in a raffle for a Star Wars video ...

Cedar Hill 5th Grader Gets Pied for a Purpose

MONTVILLE, NJ – Joe Signorella, a fifth grader at Cedar Hill Elementary School in Towaco, wanted to come up with a great idea for his Treps marketplace booth. Treps is an afterschool program that teaches the students how to run a business: advertising, pricing, financing. But first you have to come up with your product or service.

Joe had some ideas, like selling soccer balls since he ...


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