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Our Vision

At Montville Public Schools all students will be engaged in purposeful and challenging learning experiences that are responsive to individual differences.  As a community we share accountability for student success and social and emotional well-being.  Through strong relationships with students, parents and the community, we will promote civic responsibility, development of personal identity, and respect for diversity.  By providing an environment where it is safe to take risks, students will learn to take pride in who they are and what they accomplish.  The Montville Public Schools will deliver on the promise of high achievement for all students and eliminate opportunity gaps to ensure every graduate is a critical, creative, and collaborative problem-solver ready for life, learning and work in a global society.
Ms. Buck

Roxanne Buck will participate in “The Jazz Course: The Orff Approach to Teaching Jazz to All Ages” in New Orleans to learn about this genre of music in its birthplace and help students learn how to tap into their inner beings, both musically and emotionally.

Salmon Rearing
Sidewalk Art
Dress Up Fun!
Read to Ride
Summer Meal Locations and Times
Unified Basketball

Unified Basketball

Welcome to the Wolf Pack
100 Day Celebration
Tyl Theater
Ms. Shugrue

Laurie Shugrue, 1st grade teacher at Mohegan, 2024 Fund For Teacher Fellow!

Events

  • 2,017 Students
  • 8 Schools/Programs
  • $19,404 Per Pupil Expenditure
  • 228 Full-time Certified Staff
  • 93.4% Students taking courses promoting college and career readiness
  • 95.5% MHS Graduation Rate
  • 27 Sports Teams

Vision of a Graduate

Home of the Wolves!
A Montville graduate who has the skills and dispositions to navigate complex tasks is a:
1.     Communicator 
2.     Information Consumer
3.     Problem Solver
4.     Independent Learner
 
A Montville graduate is:
·      Empathetic 
·      Perseverant 
·      Inclusive
·      Self-Aware

News & Announcements

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Kindergarten Waiver Process 2024-2025

By state statute, students must by five-years old by Sept. 1, 2024 to enter kindergarten next year. Written requests for assessment of children who will not be five by Sept. 1 to determine if they are eligible to enter kindergarten before they turn five must be received by school principals no later than Feb. 7, 2024.
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Superintendent's Message

Welcome to our school website! We are thrilled to have you here, whether you are a prospective student, a parent, a teacher, or simply a curious visitor. Our school is a vibrant community of learners, dedicated to fostering academic excellence, personal growth, and a supportive environment for all.
 
On this website, you will find information about our school's mission, values, and educational programs. We offer a diverse range of courses designed to inspire and challenge students, nurturing their intellectual curiosity and preparing them for future success. From our dedicated faculty to our well-maintained facilities, we strive to create an engaging and dynamic learning environment.
 
Explore our website to discover the extracurricular activities, clubs, and sports teams available. We believe in the holistic development of our students, and we encourage them to explore their passions and interests beyond the classroom. Whether it's joining a debate club, participating in community service, or honing their athletic skills, there are endless opportunities for personal growth and enrichment.
 
We also understand the importance of strong partnerships between the school and our parents. Our website serves as a valuable resource for parents, offering access to important announcements, calendars, and tools to track their children's progress. We believe that a collaborative relationship between home and school is essential for the success of our students, and we strive to foster open lines of communication.
 
Once again, we extend a warm welcome to you. We hope that our website provides you with a glimpse into the educational experiences we offer. Should you have any questions or need further assistance, please do not hesitate to reach out. We look forward to embarking on this journey of knowledge and growth together.
 
 
Laurie Pallin
Superintendent
Montville Public Schools
MHS Graduates 2023
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MHS Graduation 2023