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Montville Township Public Schools Ready for 2017-2018 School Year

August 29, 2017

MONTVILLE, NJ – Montville Township Public Schools will welcome more than 40 new teachers, staff and administrators on Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 30 and 31, 2017. Following two days of orientation, training and preparation, close to 700 full and part-time returning faculty, staff and support personnel will join them in the district on Friday, ...

Lazar Living Lessons Series: Eugenie Mukeshimana, Rwandan Survivor

MONTVILLE, NJ - When discussing the value of the Living Lessons presentations at Lazar Middle School this past spring, eighth grader Katie DeAngelis said it well, “When you are at an all-time low, there is always hope.”

And hope was the theme of many, if not all, of the 50 speakers who spoke at the event.

The Living Lessons program: Voices, Visions and Values ...

Montville Township Public Schools Being Featured on Emmy® Award-winning Classroom Close-up NJ

MONTVILLE, NJ – On Sunday, June 25, 2017, STEM PALS, a Robert R. Lazar Middle School educational program, will air on the Emmy® award-winning television show Classroom Close-up NJ. The segment will be broadcast on NJTV (In Montville Township, New Jersey, NJTV is Cablevision’s Channel 8).

STEM PALS, is an innovative ...

Montville Township High School Graduates 304

MONTVILLE, NJ – Messages of hope and thankfulness were offered to the more than 300 graduates of the 2017 graduating class of the Montville Township High School, which held its commencement ceremony on June 20.

Clear skies and beautiful weather greeted the graduates as they marched onto the football field for the evening of music and heartfelt speeches by administrators and ...

Montville Township's Lazar Middle School Promotes Nearly 325

MONTVILLE, NJ - Nearly 325 students were promoted from eighth to ninth grade on Monday, June 19, 2017 at the sixty-fourth annual Robert R. Lazar Middle School Promotion Ceremony.

Over twenty-three awards were presented to students.

Principal Sharon Carr, who will retire following the end of the 2016 – 2017 academic year, told the students that: “Today marks a milestone for ...

New Active Shooter Procedures to be Adapted in Montville Twp Schools

MONTVILLE, NJ – In the past, Montville Township schools have utilized lockdown procedures in the case of a perceived danger event not involving fire. This means that staff and employees have been trained to lock windows and doors and hide students from entrance doors when emergency protocols are invoked. This is referred to as a “lockdown.” It is used, for example, in the event ...

Montville Township High School Announces Fourth Marking Period ShopRite Stars

MONTVILLE, NJ – The fourth marking period Montville Township High School ShopRite Stars were announced at the May 16 Montville Township Board of Education meeting. The students were nominated by faculty, and the winners were selected by an administrative committee. High school administration was thankful to Sunrise ShopRite of Parsippany for their generous $1,000 donation towards Project ...

Montville High School Celebrates Prom in Style

MONTVILLE, NJ - The seniors at Montville Township High School celebrated their prom night on Thursday, June 1 at The Grove. Senior class advisors, Jennifer Dubois, and Dana Bertoli organized and led the Mardi Gras themed night which Dubois called, “A unique and fun experience for our seniors."

After numerous pre- prom photo shoots, groups and dates started ...

Hundreds of Hilldale TREP$ Supporters Attend the Marketplace

MONTVILLE, NJ - Seventy-five Montville Township Hilldale students from fourth and fifth grades presented the TREP$ (short for enTREPreneur) Marketplace in a flea market like atmosphere at the school on Friday night, April 28. Hundreds of people came to support Hilldale and their students.

The place was filled with excitement as the students showed off over 60 new businesses they created, ...

Lazar Student Advances to National Spelling Bee Championships

MONTVILLE, NJ - Seventh grade student Agranya Ketha was the winning contestant in the North South Foundation Regional Spelling Bee on Saturday, April 29. Ketha, a member of the Mahwah Rockland, NJ chapter, competed against dozens of students in grades fourth to eighth from chapters across the tri-state area. 

According to the website, the North South Foundation is a ...

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