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Substitute Nurses Needed. Candidates Encouraged to Apply Now Substitute Nurses Encouraged to Apply

Award-Winning Montville Township District Pays $150/Day to Certified Nurses - Montville Township Public Schools is seeking qualified substitute nurses. The district’s daily rate for substitute nurses is $150. Substitute nurses are regularly needed for assignment in buildings and on field trips. Anyone who is interested in becoming a substitute nurse in the Montville Township Public Schools is encouraged to contact June Carle, Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent (june.carle@montville.net), immediately.

Substitute Teachers Encouraged to Apply To Montville Township Public Schools Substitute Teachers Encouraged to Apply To Montville Township Public Schools

Award-Winning District Pays $100/Day to Qualified Subs - Applicants must possess a Morris County Substitute Certificate issued by the New Jersey Department of Education. Candidates must also have completed 60 semester hour credits at a regionally accredited college or university and pass the New Jersey Criminal History Background clearance.

Lazar 7th Grade Student Scores 100% on Mathematical Association of America’s AMC 8 Math Competition, Earning Top 1% Status Nationally Ten Lazar students participated in the Mathematical Association of America’s American Math Competition

Lazar Team of 10 Brought Sound Analytical Thinking to the Tournament - Jason Mao landed a perfect 25 out of 25 on the Mathematical Association of America’s American Math Competition (MAA AMC) AMC 8 middle school test. Achieving 100% on the mathematical challenge placed Mao in the top 1% nationally. As a result, Mao, a seventh grade student at Robert R. Lazar Middle School in Montville Township, New Jersey, earned the AMC 8 “Honor Roll of Distinction.”

Kindergarten Registration Opens Monday January 13, 2020 Kindergarten Registration is open Jan 13 through Feb 14, 2020 in Montville Township Public Schools

On-Line and In-Person Kindergarten Registration Must Be Completed Before Friday, February 14, 2020 - Kindergarten Registration for Montville Township Public Schools’ 2020-2021 academic year opens Monday, January 13, 2020. All children of residents of Montville, Pine Brook and Towaco, New Jersey, who have reached the age of five on or before October 1, 2020, are eligible for Kindergarten. Parents must complete both On-Line Registration and In-Person Registration for each child attending Kindergarten. The Registration deadline is Friday, February 14, 2020. Instructions and details regarding the entire Kindergarten Registration process can be found on-line at www.montville.net. For more info go to: www.montville.net/News/kindergarten-reg-2020

William Mason Elementary Students Raise Nearly $6,000 to Help Fund Lifesaving Cancer Research William Mason 1st grade student Harper Goodstein and School Nurse, Elizabeth D. Wigley

First Grade Student Led the “Pennies for Patients” Drive with Donation of $928 - Students, staff and families joined together to "Bring the Change" and surpass the school's annual fundraising goal by nearly $1000. Harper Goodstein, a first grader, had raised $928. Additionally, fifth graders Anna, Brian and Brielle Melzer and first, third and fourth grade students Elizabeth, William and Ella Albanese joined forces and made items to sell. All the proceeds they received were donated to the “Pennies for Patients” campaign. “It made me feel good helping people who needed my help,” Goodstein said. “I only asked a few people and my whole family helped me raise more money.” Money raised for the “Pennies for Patients” campaign helps to fund lifesaving cancer research and provide services for patients, many of whom are children. Services, and lifesaving research, bring help and hope to thousands of people battling cancer.

Woodmont Elementary Raises $960 for Community Families

Giving Day Events Allow Students to Share Cultures, Promote Understanding and Raise Money for Those in Need

5th grade teacher Brian Quinn & 5th grader Saeed Pendleton wore holiday suits for the 15th annual Woodmont Elementary School GIVING DAY assembly.

Woodmont's 15th Annual Giving Day Assembly was Thursday, December 5. Over 60 students shared their cultures through holiday traditions. Students performed songs, told jokes, explained cultural traditions, danced, played instruments and shared sentiments in other languages. 5th grade teacher Brian Quinn juggled while wearing a red holiday suit, and a band of teachers, called “Uke Can’t Always Get What You Want” played “Feliz Navidad” on ukuleles.

Montville Township High School Senior, Anna Rehberg is 1 of ONLY 4 Selected to Receive the "NJ Governor's Awards in Arts Education" for Music

               Rachelle Philip, MTHS Choral Director and AP Music Theory teacher Kristen Markowski, Anna Rehberg, Maddie Bustamante!

Rehberg and two other MTHS students, Maddie Bustamante & Rachelle Philip also landed solos in NJ All-State High School Chorus Performance at November 17 NJPAC Concert

William Mason Elementary School Named 2019 National School of Character by Character.org.

William Mason One of Only 88 Schools & 3 Districts Designated National Schools of Character by Character.org. First China School of Character

William Mason joins Cedar Hill, Lazar and Woodmont as National Schools of Character, as well as Montville Township Public Schools as National District of Character.