District News

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

The Importance of Being Earnest: A Fall Farce Nov., 14, 15 and 16 by the MTHS Theatre Company

Oscar Wilde’s Humorous Hit Delivers Classic Fun. A comedy of manners, "Earnest" leaves the audience rolling in the aisles with laughter.

Oscar Wilde’s Humorous Hit Delivers Classic Fun. A comedy of manners, "Earnest" leaves the audience rolling in the aisles with laughter. “If you need a laugh, come see this show,” said MTHS sophomore Adyna Silverberg. With lavish costumes, British accents, precision timing and classic language, The Importance of Being Earnest "is a hilarious play,” said senior Jeff Gallup.

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.