Montville Township High School - Educate. Inspire. Empower.
Montville Township High School - Educate. Inspire. Empower.
MTHS Club Fair attracted  over 75% of the student body. Hundreds of students learned more about MTHS Clubs.
MTHS Club Fair attracted over 75% of the student body. Hundreds of students learned more about MTHS Clubs.
Picture of MTHS Class of 2021 tossing their caps into the air at the conclusion of the graduation ceremony - June 23, 2021
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Montville Township High School Mission and Vision

Mission Statement:

The educational community at Montville Township High School promotes creative scheduling which allows for the integration of highly effective programs that encompass a variety of learning styles, promote problem solving, decision making, and critical thinking skills and brings the outside world to students through changing technologies.

 

Vision Statement:

Montville Township High School will set the standard for educational excellence in the 21st century. Through the use of technology and community resources students will develop tailored educational programs which allow them to develop intellectually, emotionally, and socially. The school building will become the starting point for learning, which in incremental steps, will extend to community , county, state, country, and the world. Learning will become a manifestation of personal goals and desires. Assessment of learning will be demonstrated through performance and documented real life experiences. Teachers will become facilitators of learning. Faculty will facilitate learning through experimentation, performance assessments, and mentoring. The measurement of student learning will not be a manifestation of subjective grade performance that assesses learning , and thereby intelligence as a measurement of time, but rather assesses learning through substantive performance.

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Casting Call! For Children’s Choir to Perform in MTHS Spring Musical A casting call for a 4th to 6th grade Children’s Choir is set for Wednesday and Thursday, December 14 and 15, 2022.

District Singers in 4th through 6th Grades are Encouraged to Audition for MTHS Production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat - A casting call for a 4th to 6th grade Children’s Choir is set for Wednesday and Thursday, December 14 and 15, 2022. The choir will perform in the Montville Township High School Theatre Company’s spring 2023 musical production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat.  Auditions will be held from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. on 12/14/22 and 12/15/22. The audition is open to all district singers, from Montville Township Public Schools, in grades 4 through 6. The casting call will take place in the MTHS auditorium. 

Letter Regarding 2022-2023 Seal of Biliteracy
Montville Township Public Schools and Solar Landscape Activate Solar Panels on Six Schools, Generating 1.8 Megawatts Solar Installation at Montville Township Public Schools Expected to Save Schools Nearly $1 Million Over 15 Years and Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

At No Cost to the District, the Solar Installation is Expected to Save Schools Nearly $1 Million Over 15 Years and Reduce Greenhouse Gas EmissionsThe solar project was made possible through a 15-year solar power purchase agreement which enables the school district to install the panels at no cost and purchase the electricity they generate at guaranteed discounts every month. The district’s utility cost savings are expected to be more than $980,000 over the term of the agreement. In addition to installing solar panels, Solar Landscape will also be facilitating educational programming about clean energy and climate change for the district’s students. The company’s workforce development director, will work with the district’s teachers to provide learning materials and educational solar kits.

A Bright Future - Superintendent's Column, November 2022 The "Superintendent's Column,"  by Dr. Thomas A. Gorman.

A Bright Future - I recently visited a “swearing-in ceremony” of the Woodmont Elementary School 5th grade student safety patrol volunteers by the Morris County Sheriff. Prior to the ceremony, I asked the students what they wanted to be when they grow up. Four young women said they wanted to be scientists, several students expressed interest in working with animals, some of the children told me they would become a doctor, and one young man, with full conviction, shared his desire to interpret satellite images. In this brief moment of interacting with these students, they enthusiastically shot their hands in the air to be picked to share their future endeavors. When called upon, they smiled brightly and proudly shared their dreams. They spoke to me with confidence and joy.

Three MTHS Athletes Sign Division 1 Letters of Intent Three MTHS  seniors signed with NCAA Division 1 universities: Ian Kaiser:, Baseball,Binghamton University; Caitlin Olensky, Softball, University of Nebraska and Karl Monaco, Wrestling, Columbia University.

Mustangs’ Coaches, Families, Friends and MTHS Administrators Were On Hand to Celebrate National Signing Day - Congratulations to Ian Kaiser, Binghamton University – Baseball; Caitlin Olensky, University of Nebraska – Softball; and Karl Monaco, Columbia University - Wrestling. Excitement defined the Signing Day event, as friends, family and the MTHS Mustang Mascot joined the celebration. Additionally, MTHS administrators, principal Douglas Sanford and Athletic Director Wayne Guarino congratulated each of the students and their families. Coaches Jason DeVirgilio for baseball, John Immediato for softball and John Krip for wrestling were also there to support their players as the students signed.

First Quarter ShopRite STARS Honored by Montville Township Board of Education First Quarter ShopRite STARS: Brendan Glennon, Academics; Joe Rehberg, Athletics; Yoo Jin Kang, Arts; Sahana Vaidya, Community Service and Shriya Minocha,Leadership

Five Montville Township High School Students Receive Recognition for Excellence in Academics, Athletics, Arts, Community Service and Leadership - Congratulations to these outstanding ShopRite STARS: Brendan GlennonAcademics; Joe RehbergAthletics; Yoo Jin Kang - Arts; Sahana Vaidya - Community Service and Shriya MinochaLeadership. Superintendent Dr. Thomas A Gorman and BOE Vice President Michael Palma presented the awards.

MTHS Seniors Win NJ Youth Leadership Award From New Jersey Chinese Teacher Association MTHS Seniors Yoo Jin Kang and Samantha Ko have won the NJ Youth Leadership Award sponsored by the New Jersey Chinese Teacher Association

MTHS Seniors Yoo Jin Kang and Samantha Ko have won the NJ Youth Leadership Award sponsored by the New Jersey Chinese Teacher Association - Only 20 NJ students received this award. According to the NJCTA website, the award "recognizes student leaders who have actively participated in Asian cultural activities both inside and outside school and have distinguished themselves in these programs."

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