Parent Resources

The administration believes that communication between the school and the home is a very important factor in the success of your child.  We will make every reasonable effort to keep you informed about your child during the school year.  We also ask that you call us should you need help on any matter pertaining to Montville High School.

The education of our youth is a community effort and continues to be a priority.  To this end, the governance, residents, and resources of our community are utilized as needed to support the school’s endeavors.

Opportunities for Parent involvement:

Information for students and parents:




2014 Registration for Montville High School Sophomores and Juniors

Montville High School has been asked to pilot the new course registration procedure for the UConn ECE Program.  For the pilot program UConn has stated that all MHS students who complete their ECE registration during the week of April 15–18 ONLY (Tuesday through Friday) will have their entire ECE fee for all ECE courses they are taking in 2014-15 waived.  This is a savings of $90 to $110 per course. 

In order to complete the process, students must first complete the Consent Form and bring it Dr. Phillips for his signature by Friday April 11.  Students will then upload the scanned or photographed form to the ECE website, during the Fee Waived Registration days April 15 -18, and fill out all of the registration information.  Consent forms and information about the registration process were mailed two weeks ago to all students who signed up for ECE courses for next year.

Fees will only be waived if students take part in the pilot registration and complete it April 15-18.  Students who start the registration process after April 18 will pay full cost.


On-Line Registration:

  • When your students complete the application phase of the online registration process, they will create their own user ID and password to set up their account. 
  • Once they have completed the application process, they will receive their UConn NETID and password.
  • This will be the ID and password they will use from this point forward. 
  • Students will receive an e-mail from UConn with their NETID and password information. 
  • They will use their NETID and password when enrolling in their courses, paying their fee bills and accessing UConn online resources such as HuskyCT and the libraries.

Advanced Placement Exams  May 5-22, 2014

A reminder that on Wednesday, April 23 at 9 AM in the cafeteria, there will be a mandatory AP pre-session meeting for all students taking the AP tests listed below:

  • Environmental Science
  • Spanish
  • Calculus
  • English, grades 11 and 12

 The meeting will last approximately half an hour.
Students taking AP U.S. History, French, and Chemistry will have their pre-session at a later date.

Following is the revised schedule for the 2014 AP exams
AP exams must be given on fixed dates and at fixed times  





Monday, May 5

8 – 11:30

Environmental Science

Supt's Conf. Room

12 - 3:30

(indiv testing)

Counseling Conf Rm

Tuesday, May 6

8 - 11:30

Spanish Language

Counseling Conf Rm

Wednesday, May 7

8 - 11:30

Calculus AB


12 – 3:30

(indiv. testing)

Counseling Conf Rm

Thursday, May 8

8 – 11:30

English Lit and Comp 
(gr. 12)

Counseling Conf Rm

Friday, May 9           

8 – 11:30

English Lang and Comp (gr.11)


Monday, May 12

8 – 11:30

Music Theory
(indiv. testing)

Counseling Conf Rm

Tuesday, May 13

8 – 11:30

U.S. Government 
(indiv. testing)

Counseling Conf Rm

Wednesday, May 21

8 – 11:30

United States History


Wednesday, May 2

12 - 3:30

French Language and Culture           

Counseling Conf Rm

Thursday, May 22

12 – 3:30



 Questions: Dr. Ted Phillips, Department of School Counseling 860-848-1285

Financial Aid Workshop 2013

Was held on Thursday, December 12, 2013 at 7 PM in the Library Media Center
Financial Aid Process Poster
Visit the website to view the evenings handouts.

College Planning Night 2013

Was held on Wednesday, November 6, 2013 at 7 PM
Visit the website to view the evenings handouts.


Preparing for the Road Ahead

Helping students Transition to College & Careers

Friday, May 30, 2014 on the UConn Campus, Storrs

Education - Employment - Training - Independent Living - Careers

Key note speaker:  Anthony Ianni

Registration & Contact Info:  Yolanda Garcia, Senior Project Assistant, SERC, 860-632-1485 x 265 


A summer transitions program for rising high school juniors an seniors and entering college freshmen with disabilities. July 20 - July 25, 2014

Transition Evens and Resources 2014 

  • Preparing for the transition from school to adult life, Danielson
  • Using Transitional Coursework in high school to improve college success
  • Special Education day at the State Capitol
  • Preparing for the transition from school to adult life, Westbrook
  • Current legal issues and secondary transition
  • A place to live that I can call home, Cromwell
  • Transition Resource Expo, Trumbull
  • Seeking Youth with Disabilities for a Youth Advisory board, 3/22/14 -
  • Transition Expo 2014, Meriden
  • CT Achievement through technology conference, Cromwell, 4/1/14 -
  • Transitions to college for students with disabilities, 4/8/14 -
  • Conference on Serving adults with disabilities, 5/1/14, Westbrook -
  • West Hartford Transition Fair, 5/12
  • Preparing for the road ahead:  Helping students to transition to college and careers conference
    5/30/14, UCONN, Storrs 
  • UCREP @ UCONN, July 20-25, 2014,
  • And additional Information


United Community Family Services (UCFS)

Smiles on the Move In-School Dental Program
Provides full preventive dental services (cleaning, exam, x-rays, fluoride and sealants) and is open to children of all ages and all insurance types.  Move in-school dental program is scheduled to visit the Montville school district in April.

Parents can visit our website at to print out a Smiles on the Move Enrollment FormSmiles on the Move Brochure.

If you have any other questions, please feel free to call us!
Kelcey JohnsonProject Assistant
United Community Family Services (UCFS)
47 Town Street, Norwich, CT 06360
860-822-4943 – Phone / 860-892-7043 – Fax /

Montville Schools Nutrition Program

Montville School Nutrition Program is meeting tough new federal nutrition standards for school meals, ensuring that meals are healthy and well-balanced and provide students all the nutrition they need to succeed at school. 

Reduced Lunch Applications
Students that have not turned in and been approved for free or reduced meal rates from a new 2012-13 Meal Application soon will have to pay full price for meals. Please COMPLETE AND RETURN YOUR APPLICATION NOW. Applications are available on the webpage see nutrition, or from the cafeteria cashier, and in the front office. THEY MAY BE TURNED IN ALL YEAR IF YOUR HOUSEHOLD INCOME OR SIZE CHANGES.


Natchaug Hospital and United Community & Families (UCFS)

Free Community Mental Health forum on

April 17, 2014 from 6:30 - 8 PM

at the Hilton Garden Inn, 224 Gold Star Highway, Groton, CT

"iSafety:  Protecting Kids in the Digital Age"

This free event features an open dialouge on the effects of video games and online gambling on mental health, and internet safety tips.  Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions, share their stories, and learn how to keep children safe and healthy in the digital age.

The forum features a panel of experts on a range of topics relating to technology, including

  • Dr. Paul Weigle, Natchaug psychiatrist and nationally-recognized presenter on video game and internet addiction; 
  • Scott Driscoll, law enforcement officer and internet safety expert;
  • Fred Fetta, LPC, UCFS Certified Gambling Counselor; and
  • WFSB;s Kevin Hogam, who will serve as moderator and host of the event.

Additional Information:

RSVP by:  April 10 at 860-456-1311 x 69900 or

Construction Career Days

May 14-15, 2014 from 8 AM - 2 PM on the Durham Fair Grounds

In Partnership with:  Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. and Porter and Chester Institute

Construction Career Days are back! Join us for the 3rd Annual Construction Career Days for the most
hands-on, innovative and exciting two-day student expo in the area. Students can OPERATE a skid steer,
excavator and crane simulator; CLIMB a United Illuminating utility pole; BUILD a masonry wall; CUT tile;
REV a Chevy engine; JACK HAMMER; SOLDER; USE a variety of power tools…and more! Now is the time
to expose today’s students to tomorrow’s careers in construction.

Additional Information:  Suzanne O'Brien, 860-838-6231