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YouTube Premiere! Superintendent Dr. Rene Rovtar Shares the History of Green In Day on OneMontville Channel at 11:30AM on Thursday, May 20, 2021 The Superintendent of Montville Township Public Schools, Dr. Rene Rovtar, founded OneMontville and Green In Day in the fall of 2015. By spring of 2016, the first Green In Day was held. She has made a video about the history of Green In Day,.

The History of OneMontville and Green In Day is Explained by its Founder Superintendent Dr. Rene Rovtar -  "Any community that is focused on Acceptance, Respect and Kindness, is an awesome place to call home.” Green In Day is a day when all who live in, work in, or visit Montville Township, NJ, are asked to wear green. The 6th Annual Green In Day will be held Friday, May 21, 2021. This tradition to wear green in support of Acceptance, Respect and Kindness began in 2016. The annual event was designed to create a big, visual, green, display of color. The event was created by a community of volunteers, known as OneMontville, whose goal is to raise awareness of Acceptance, Respect and Kindness for all. Dr. Rovtar has prepared a video of the history that will premiere on the OneMontville YouTube Channel at 11:30 AM on Thursday, May 20.

6th Year in a Row! NAMM Names Montville Township Public Schools a Nationally Recognized Best Communities for Music Education for 2021! NAMM Names Montville Township Public Schools a Nationally Recognized Best Communities for Music Education for 2021

Award Acknowledges District’s Unwaivering Commitment to Music Education Despite Pandemic Challenges - “This recognition is especially gratifying during the many challenges of this pandemic year,” said the district’s Supervisor of Fine and Applied Arts, Edward Fleischman. “It affirms that great things can happen when teachers, administrators, students, and parents work toward a common goal.” Superintendent Dr. René Rovtar. added: “Six years in a row is awesome! This is wonderful recognition for the excellent music programs in the district.”

Bright Star: Concert Version is MTHS’ Virtual Spring Musical Members of the Montville Township High School Theatre Company will perform a virtual production of Bright Star: Concert Version on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 22, 23, & 24 at 7:30pm. Tickets are $15 and are on sale now.

Featuring a Soaring Tony®-Nominated Score by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell, BRIGHT STAR Shines with MTHS Theatre Company Stars! - Enjoy the MTHS Theatre Company's Spring Musical Bright Star: Concert Version from the comfort of your own home! A sweeping tale of love and redemption, BRIGHT STAR, is Inspired by a true story. When a young soldier, just home from World War II, meets literary editor Alice Murphy, he awakens her longing for the child she once lost. Haunted by their unique connection, Alice sets out on a journey to understand her past—and what she finds has the power to transform both of their lives. With beautiful melodies and powerfully moving characters, the story unfolds as a rich tapestry of deep emotion. An uplifting theatrical journey that holds you tightly in its grasp, BRIGHT STAR is as refreshingly genuine as it is daringly hopeful.Tickets are $15 and are on sale now at: http://mthsnj.booktix.com/.

15 Educators of the Year Honored by Montville Township BOE 2020 to 2021 Educators of the Year Honored by Montville BOE

Virtual Ceremony Provided Opportunity for Audience to Attend From Around the Globe - More than 300 watched the LIVE stream of the Montville Board of Education event on January 19, 2021. Nearly 100 more have watched since the  January event. Those recognized were selected by their peers, and named as Teachers of the Year, Educational Services Professionals of the Year and, at the high school level, the Princeton University Distinguished Secondary School Teacher of the Year.

“Help Yourself to Help Your Kids During Turbulent COVID Times” -- Free Virtual Program for Parents/Guardians “Help Yourself to Help Your Kids During Turbulent COVID Times” will be presented virtually on Wednesday, February 24, 2021, at 7:00 p.m.

Adult-Centered Event Sponsored by School Counseling Department - “Help Yourself to Help Your Kids During Turbulent COVID Times” will be presented virtually on Wednesday, February 24, 2021, at 7:00 p.m. Topics to be covered include: Self-care for parents as well as strategies for supporting children in an unpredictable world. Adults who would like to participate in the Zoom webinar: “Help Yourself to Help Your Kids During Turbulent COVID Times” should go to HTTP://www.Montville.net/ParentProgram .

Virtual Wednesdays Will Be Eliminated As of March 1. In-person Elementary Students will Attend on Wednesdays. Lazar and MTHS Cohorts Will Alternate. effective March 1st, the district will eliminate virtual Wednesday at all grade levels.

Effective March 1st, the district will eliminate virtual Wednesday at all grade levels. At the elementary level, in-person students will attend five days per week. At the middle and high school levels, attendance on Wednesday will alternate between Cohort A and Cohort B. Example: Cohort A in-person students will attend on Wednesday, March 3rd, and attend virtually on March 10th.  Cohort B in-person students will attend virtually on Wednesday, March 3rd, and in-person on March 10th and so forth. All schools will continue to attend on a half-day schedule. 

Cedar Hill and Woodmont Once Again Named New Jersey State Schools of Character Cedar Hill and Woodmont Once Again Named New Jersey State Schools of Character

Cedar Hill Elementary School and Woodmont Elementary School were among only 20 New Jersey schools to earn this distinction for 2021. - this recognition actually reflects a recertification for both schools as they were both deemed State Schools and National Schools of Character in 2016. Congratulations to the students and faculty of Cedar Hill and Woodmont for achieving this recognition!

Virtual Awards Ceremony Announced for 3 Montville Teachers Advancing to State Competition as VFW Nominates National Citizenship Education Awards VFW national educators award nominees

Candidates are Teachers Who Promote America’s History, Civic Responsibility, Flag Etiquette and Patriotism - Trudy Coppola of Cedar Hill Elementary School is competing at the K-5 level, Rick Crescente of Robert R. Lazar Middle School is competing for the 6-8 award, and, from Montville Township High School James McManus is competing at the grades 9-12 level. Having won in all three categories for the VFW District level, all three will now compete at the State level. A ZOOM AWARDS CEREMONY will be held Sunday, January 10 at 2PM.

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2016 National Blue Ribbon School

2016 National School of Character

2016 Diversity Committee Promising Practice Award

2015 NJ State School of Character

2015 Kindness Kafe' Promising Practice Award

2014 Connect with Respect Promising Practice Award

 

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Cedar Hill Receives 2015 Promising Practices Award!
Cedar Hill was recognized for bringing Character Education to life for our students in unique ways. This year, we were recognized for our "Kindess Kafe" concept. Click on the badge to learn more about Character Education.