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May 31, 2016

VFW and Lazar Students Care for Montville Township Veterans’ Graves

LazarstudentsveteransSixteen Lazar Middle School seventh and eighth graders aided the Montville Township Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #5481 in caring for local veterans’ graves in area cemeteries on May 19. To read more about this story, click the following link.

Three Additional Montville Township Boy Scouts Attain Eagle Ranking

Eagle scout2Three additional Montville Township Boy Scouts attained the Eagle ranking at a ceremony held May 15. David Eng, Jenks Hehmeyer and Matthew Lehner were awarded the honor after township-wide projects were completed. To read more about this story, click the following link.

Montville Baseball Advances to State Semifinals with Win Against Indian Hills

PitcherThe Montville Mustangs won in walk off fashion 3-2 against the Indian Hills Braves on Thursday at Montville Township High School in the Quarterfinals of the State Playoffs. Brock Caudill led the way with 2 RBI’s while Anthony Bio went 1 for 4 with 2 stolen bases and a run and Joe DelloStritto went 1 for 3 with the game winning RBI. To read more about this story, click the following link.

Montville Township Public Schools to Offer Adult English as a Second Language Program

ESLThe English as a Second Language (ESL) department of Montville Township Public Schools is pleased to announce a series of workshops for adult English language learners. The workshops are open to any Montville, Towaco or Pine Brook, New Jersey resident who would like to work with ESL teachers and peers to practice English conversation skills and expand knowledge of American culture.

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OneMontville Green In Day Paints the Town Green with Acceptance and Kindness

PeacesignOn Friday, May 20, Montville Township’s OneMontville committee hosted the first annual Green In Day. Politicians, township employees, students, teachers, business owners and others wore green in support of respect, kindness and acceptance for all. “Yes, we are all different,” said Cedar Hill Elementary School teacher, Kevin Haugh at the school’s #OneMontville #GreenInDay event.  

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Sixty Montville Students Inducted into National Honor Society

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On Monday, May 23, 2016, sixty members of the Montville Township High School class of 2017 were inducted into the MTHS Chapter of National Honor Society. “Your accomplishments in Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Character are being recognized tonight by your induction into the National Honor Society,” said Principal Douglas Sanford. 

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Montville Lieutenant Sues Chief, Township Over Promotion Bid

SpWithin weeks of being passed over for promotion, Montville police Lt. William Aquilio has sued the township, police chief and administrator, alleging he was discriminated against after he suffered an injury on-duty and the chief later manufactured reasons to promote a favored officer over him. To read the rest of this story, click the following link.

Agreement Reached Between Montville Township and JCP&L

JcplMayor Jim Sandham announced an agreement has been reached between Montville Township and JCP&L regarding the power line project the utility company had proposed to build traversing township land. To read more of this story, click the following link.

Montville News Hilldale Elementary Hosts Student Entrepreneur Marketplace

Trep1Hilldale Elementary School hosted its inaugural student entrepreneur marketplace on May 6. The marketplace was the culmination of an entrepreneur program that teaches fourth- and fifth-graders how to take an idea and turn it into a business. To read more about this story, click the following link.

May 30, 2016

Thinking Ahead This Memorial Day

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