The Falcon Flyer Email Newsletter-March 2017-Edition #19
MONROE TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT
The Falcon Flyer Email Newsletter 
March 2017
Your Monthly News & Updates
A Message From The Superintendent's Office...

Dear Falcon Community,

Spring is almost here. At the Monroe Township School District, that means our students and staff have sprung into action. In addition to the academic learning taking place, our students demonstrate altruism through their ongoing community outreach and giving projects. Recently, students from Brookside School began their annual   Empty Bowls Project, which benefits local food pantries in Monroe, Jamesburg, Asbury Park, Hightstown and Hamilton. Students from Brookside School worked with senior citizens from Monroe Township at the Senior Center on the Empty Bowls Project and the event was taped for a future showing on my Focus on Education Show on Channel 28. At Mill Lake School, first grade students in Ms. Papandrea's and Ms. Pandolfi's class collected 1000 socks to benefit homeless men, women and children. Students from all of our schools routinely engage in activities to benefit those in need.

The second Focus on Education Show aired recently on Channel 28. This show focused on students from Oak Tree School collaborating with the engineering students at the high school to create 3-D town centers, including transportation. You can now see the Focus on Education shows by visiting the MTSD website .  

It is my honor and pleasure to recognize our Teachers and Education Services Professionals of the Year. These men and women work with our students to not only ensure the students are academically successful, but they also help to instill a love of learning in the students. The Monroe Township Board of Education will recognize these outstanding individuals during our Board of Education meeting on May 10, 2017. Our Teachers and Education Services Professionals are:
Susan Okulewicz, math teacher, and Sharon Aptaker, Learning Disabilities Teacher Consultant (LDTC) (Monroe Township High School); William Jacoutot, social studies teacher, and Mary Jo Caputo-Giancola, Speech Specialist (Monroe Township Middle School); Tara Palino, teacher of fifth grade, and Melissa Galazin, accelerated math teacher (Applegarth School); Christine Doucette, teacher of grade one, and Nicole Midura, media specialist (Barclay Brook School); Jodi Rubenstein, teacher of grade five special education and Chien-Ju Lin, media specialist (Brookside School); Paula DeBlasio, preschool handicapped teacher, and Carole Murphy,basic skills teacher (Mill Lake School); Stephanie Chin, teacher of grade two, and Katherine Towlen, speech therapist (Oak Tree School); and Kerrilynn Sidler, teacher of grade four, and Maria Brill, school psychologist (Woodland School).  Also, I would like to recognize Mr. Edward Butkiewicz as the Education Support Personnel of the Year for Woodland School. Mr. Butkiewicz was inadvertently left of the list in the February Falcon Flyer.                                                
This summer, we are offering an exciting STEM Summer Camp Academy 2017.  Students will have the opportunity to participate in a rich hands-on learning environment run by certified teachers and staff. The camp will offer Space Week, Environments Week and Rescue Week. Please see inside for information and registration details.

The Monroe Township Board of Education and administration continue to communicate to our legislators the need to provide fair funding for our school district. In February, Ms. Kolupanowich, Board President, Board members Mr. Chiarella and Mr. Riback, and Mr. Gorski, Business Administrator, and I testified before the NJ Assembly Education Committee in Trenton, NJ. Dr. Prakash Parab, a Monroe resident, attended the meeting and testified to the Assembly. Senator Greenstein, Assemblyman Benson and Assemblyman DeAngelo also spoke on behalf of Monroe Township. The members of the Assembly listened intently and asked many questions regarding our growing student enrollment and flat state aid. Unfortunately, when Governor Christie presented his Budget Address, no additional state aid was awarded to the school districts of New Jersey. We are continuing to address this inequity in state funding with our state legislators in the hope that additional state aid will be awarded to the Monroe Township School District prior to the 2017-2018 school year.  

The plans for addressing our growing student enrollment is nearing completion. We have been working to acquire land to build a new school(s) and we are working with our architect to determine the number of additional classrooms needed to house our new and existing students. Once all the required information is complete, we will hold public meetings throughout Monroe Township to discuss the building of new schools, the proposed cost to the taxpayers and the date of a referendum.

In this edition, you will find important information regarding school, district and community events. You can also find valuable information on our MTSD Facebook page, @MTSDFalcons Twitter feed, MTSD website and MTSD app.

Respectfully yours,

Michael Kozak

Dr. Michael Kozak
Superintendent
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March 27-April 3 MTHS PARCC Testing - Delayed Opening for Grade 12 Students
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March 27-April 4
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INFORMATION ABOUT 
2017-2018 KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION 
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Monroe Township Board of Education
STEM Summer Camp Academy 2017

Monroe Township Board of Education is happy to present the STEM Summer Camp Academy. If you are interested in enrolling, please review the brochure and click on the link for Registration. Please fill out the registration form for enrollment in the STEM Summer Academy.  A deposit check of $50 per registered week is due by Friday, 04/14/2017. Registration will not be final until payment is received. The remaining balance of $225 per week registered is due by 06/15/2017.  Enrollment is open to the first 100 students registered per week. Registrants will be notified by email if the minimum number of students has not been attained to run camp.
Make the check payable to: Monroe Township Board of Education. Once your deposit is received, you will be notified of your registration status by email.

Space Week
July 31-August 4

Environments Week
August 7-11

Rescue Week
August 14-18

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MONROE TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING TEAM
  • Congratulations to Nick Lombard for winning his 100 th  wrestling match becoming only the 6 th  wrestler in school history to do so!  Nick also won the GMC and District Championship in the 145 pound weight class.
  • Congratulations to the Wrestling Team for advancing to the State Sectional Finals and also finishing 2 nd  at districts.
LOOK WHAT'S HAPPENING AT WOODLAND SCHOOL!

Several grade 4 and grade 5 classrooms have been doing STEM activities working with Lego Mindstorms Robots, Bloxels, and Wonderworks robots.   Stay tuned as STEM grows at Woodland!
 
Mrs. Guiral, Ms. Kofke, Mrs. McTernan and Mrs. Rheaume have coordinated the 2nd annual Poetry Slam for Woodland.   It is a competitive, live performance of authentic poetry.  The participants write, memorize and perform their own poetry in a competition with their peers.  Based on a rubric, one comes out the winner.  Our first Slam event was held last year and with each succeeding work session with our students as we witnessed improvements in writing, creativity and performance.   It was a success!  This year we have invited any interested student to participate, but because this is a competition, will have elimination rounds throughout the preparation process.  Additionally, we are providing a performance workshop for the participants through the auspices of Young Audiences of New Jersey.  The workshop is being funded by our PTO.
 
Peace, Love, Unity and Having Fun!  That was the theme of the January 27th Hip Hop Fundamentals assembly jointly sponsored by Jen Hyer, Visual Arts Teacher and Joan Kofke, Library Media Specialist.  Four energetic dancers from Philadelphia-based Hip Hop Fundamentals demonstrated various moves of the dance form while giving a history of Hip Hop.  They focused on the structure as well as the free expression of the dance and gave students and teachers alike a chance to try out their moves.   The program was a direct tie-in with Woodland's art program and the school's year-long emphasis on poetry.  Students have learned about Keith Haring and Graffiti in art class and have decorated the hallways with their own graffiti art.  They are seeing a link between the free expression of art and dance with the concept of performance poetry.  Woodland thanks the generosity of our PTO for funding this most enjoyable and successful assembly program.
MONROE EDUCATOR INSIDER 
(Vol. 4-Edition 1)
CONGRATULATIONS  to the Monroe Township High School Special Olympics Bowling team!

the Monroe Falcons came out in full force in the SONJ Area 5 bowling competition!  We had 3 gold medalists, 3 silver medalists, 5 bronze medalists and 2 bowlers who just missed a medal by placing 4th.  The Bowlers who medaled today will be competing in the Central NJ sectional tournament on February 25, 2017! Good Luck!  
 
Belko
Caitlin
GOLD
Penaherrera
Antonio
GOLD
Marcelo
Justin
GOLD
Butler
Sarah
SILVER
Herring
John
SILVER
Edwards
Richard
SILVER
Mathis
Dymond
BRONZE
Dahiya
Shriya
BRONZE
Spirito
Anna
BRONZE
Santiago
Jaime
BRONZE
Canas
Andrew
BRONZE
Fannon
Megan
4th
Kosko
Thomas
4th

The Monroe Falcons had an outstanding day competing in the SONJ Central NJ sectional tournament on February 25, 2017!

The following bowlers have qualified for the  Spring Games Singles Competition to be held at Bowlero (formerly The Brunswick Zone, North Brunswick, NJ on Sunday, April 2, 2017.   AM Session-Junior Bowlers (ages 8-21); Ramp Bowlers (ALL Ages)
 
RJ Edwards Gold
Jaime Santiago Gold
Sarah Butler Silver
Caitlin Belko Bronze
Dymond Mathis Bronze
Anna Spirito Bronze
Antonio Penaherrera Bronze

MTHS FOOTLIGHTS CLUB PRESENTS...
Spring Musical - 9 to 5
Coming Soon!

April 20, 21, & 22
nd at 7:00 pm
April 23rd @ 3:00 pm 
KINDNESS MONTH AT MILL LAKE SCHOOL

February at Mill Lake School is Kindness Month! Our Guidance Counselor, Carol Clark, kicked off Kindness Month by introducing the concept of "Paying it Forward" and brainstorming with the students different ways that we can show love and kindness to each other and the entire Mill Lake School Community. From there, Kindness completely took over Mill Lake! Student Council Students coupled with Ms. Papandrea and Ms. Pandolfi's class conducted a service-learning project by researching and organizing a sock drive for different people in need including Children Pediatric Hospital and Homeless Alliances. Ms. Papandrea and Ms. Pandolfi's 1 st grade class also wrote Valentine's to Veterans in our community, of which they were incredibly grateful! Students in Ms. Deluca and Ms. Lane's 3 rd grade classes have created "Kindness Trees" to chart and brainstorm the different ways we can show kindness to people in our school and community. All of the Mill Lake Classes have worked together to create the "Mill Lake Kindness Caterpillar" that has stretched over multiple hallways to showcase the different ways that can show compassion and kindness to a friend. This is one example of how Mill Lake School ensures that we educate the Whole Child. Cultivating empathy, kindness, and sense of community ensures that we are not only academically educating our students, but it allows us to foster those emotional and social skills that are so important in a 21 st century education. 


MONROE TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS BOWLING TEAM
  • Congratulations to the Girls Bowling Team for winning their first ever GMC County Championship and finishing with an undefeated season!

Congratulations to Samantha Grimaldi for being named BOTH Bowling Red Division Coach of the Year and GMC Conference Coach of the Year!
MONROE TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL 
BOYS BOWLING TEAM
  • Congrats to the Boys Bowling Team for winning the first ever Central Jersey Group III Sectional State Championship on February 11, 2017! The boys then went onto capture their first ever State Group III Championship on February 17, 2017 tallying the highest score overall in the state! They recorded the highest pin total for all 4 groups and were seeded #1 for the State Tournament of Champions!
  • Lou Folgore also bowled a perfect 300 game during the GMC Tournament! 
Name                   Class
Louis Folgore       2019
Joseph Hoehler   2020
Tyler Kresan         2018
Devin Maddox     2019
Ryley McKiernan 2019
Riyaz Mohamed  2018
Zack Volkmann    2017
Zachary Waynor  2018

Congratulations to Gerry Minter for being selected as the 
GMC Ice Hockey Coach of the Year.

MTHS/FBLA - JA Titans Junior Achievement Competition

Congratulations to the "Business As Usual" Team of Naveen Gedupoori and Joshua Huttenberger for taking 3rd place at the FINAL COMPETITION on February 7th at Ethicon! 
Their win earned them a $375 award!
 
FBLA is directed by Ms. Deanna Dale and operates within 
the Department for the Applied Arts and Careers Technology

"SOUPER BOWL" at BROOKSIDE SCHOOL

In the weeks leading up to the Super Bowl, students at Brookside School participated in a district wide food drive for hunger awareness in accordance with our school wide Empty Bowls Project. Grade 5 Student Council members organized soup can donations at Brookside, and prepared the cans for donation to local food pantries. As a school, Brookside collected and donated 789 cans of soup.
 
Great job by our students, parents, and staff!


BABYSITTING & CPR CLINICS 
Tools to Handle the 
Challenges of Child Care and Emergencies

Join the Cub Scouts Pack 105
All Boys entering 1st through 5th grade in September (and their parents) are invited to attend a fun and exciting informational sign up meeting!


Wednesday, March 15th at 7pm  
Barclay Brook School Cafeteria
358 Buckelew Ave, Monroe Township

For More information, contact us
(732) 605-0473


Scout Day is on April 19th! Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts will be wearing their uniforms to all Monroe elementary schools! See link below for more information:   Cub Scouts Grades 1-5
Monroe Township  Community Education
TRY SOMETHING NEW!

COURSES STARTING IN MARCH!
  • BEGINNER YOGA
  • THE KENJA CLUB HEALTH & FITNESS
  • BEGINNER & INTERMEDIATE BRIDGE
  • LINE DANCING
  • ENHANCE THE AGING PROCESS
  • HAVE GUITAR, LET'S JAM!
  • IKEBANA FLORAL ARRANGING DEMO
  • LIFE DRAWING PLUS
  • POTTERY STUDIO
  • TAI CHI BEGINNER & ADVANCED BEGINNER
  • UNDERSTANDING GOVERNMENT & ECONOMICS
  • WATERCOLOR INTERMEDIATE
  • BALLROOM DANCING
  • PSYCHIC COURSES
  • STILL LIFE DRAWING WITH PASTELS
  • SPANDA FUSION
  • COMPLETE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP
  • HEALTHY LIVING INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP
  • ORIGAMI MONEY ART
DON'T DELAY...REGISTER TODAY!
Call 732-521-1500, x5248 or go to the District website, Info tab, Community and Adult Education for brochure.
 
12 NEW COURSES TO START IN APRIL!
7 NEW COURSES TO START IN MAY!
Oak Tree School Stays 
"GREEN"
By John Gleason

Many people know that Oak Tree is a green school but did you know we started composting our food scraps at lunch? Once a month the Green Thumbs and Student Council members bring compost buckets to the cafeteria. On the last full Friday of each month students from all grade levels have an opportunity to compost their food scraps into the buckets. The buckets are then brought to the composter outside in the garden. Eventually the compost will help create rich soil. The soil will then be used in the Oak Tree Garden each spring and summer. Together we are learning, helping, and growing here at Oak Tree.  

 

Congratulations to the  The Future Millionaires   team of Nithin Rajesh and Naveen Gedupoori . They  ranked 4th in the nation in the  Spring Life Smarts Challenge and have advanced to compete at the FBLA NLC in Anaheim, CA in June 2017!
FBLA is directed by Ms. Deanna Dale and operates within 
the Department for the Applied Arts and Careers Technology
Oak Tree Celebrates World Read Aloud Day
By Michelle Maqboul

Thursday, February 16th was World Read Aloud Day. World Read Aloud Day calls attention to the pure joy and power of reading aloud, and connects the world as a community of readers. In honor of World Read Aloud Day, students in Ms. Quidor's first grade class at Oak Tree School participated in a virtual read aloud with author Sue Fliess on Monday, February 13th.
 
Fliess read How to Trap a Leprechaunto the class who really   enjoyed hearing the story and seeing an author on Google Hangouts/Skype. They were so excited that she was reading a "how to" book since they had recently learned about writing "how to" books! Plus they had a chance to ask questions after the read aloud as well.  What a unique experience to connect literature with technology!
Fitness and FUN at Barclay Brook
 
Barclay Brook is getting healthy and having fun while walking to California!    The school Walking Club has set the goal and every student at Barclay Brook is doing their part to achieve it.  First and second grade classes spend some of their outside recess time walking around a measured section of the playground.  Kindergarten and Pre-K classes also find time during their programs to contribute to the Walking Club goal.  Every student that walks 20 laps around the designated area of the playground achieves 1 mile toward the 3,000 mile goal and earns a foot token that they can show proudly to family and friends.  In addition, each student receives a school Walking Club certificate when they have accomplished their personal mileage goal. New theme tokens are being introduced every month and, as Spring approaches, Mystery Walkers will be introduced.  With over 1,000 miles already achieved and many students reaching their personal mileage goal, Barclay Brook is on its way to reaching their Walking Club goal.  However, with fitness and fun being the ultimate objective, everyone at Barclay Brook would agree that we already attained our best accomplishment! 
MTHS DECA STATE CONFERENCE ACHIEVEMENTS 

DECA members at the recent state conference in Atlantic City, NJ competed in their events against all NJ DECA members attending the conference this year.
 
Finalists who move on to international competition in Anaheim, CA at the end of April include:
  • Naomi Doshi and Natasha Reddy in Financial Team Decision Making-placed 1st overall
  • Pari Pandey in Business Growth Plan written event (she owns her own micro-finance company)-placed 1st overall
  • Riyana Doshi, Sreeja Mamillapalli, and Nidhi Shah-Fashion Merchandising Promotion Plan event -placed 1st overall.
  • Karina Thanawala in Human Resources Management- placed 4th overall
  • Kimvy Tran-Chapter Awards Project-Gold Level
Additional Finalists include:
  • Karina Thanawala and Katie Simone in Entrepreneurship Business Plan written event
  • Shreya Parikh, Shrina Parikh and Kaitlyn Sze in Community Service Project written event.
  • Layla Fayazi-Azad, Amogha Singh and Chloe Kathuria in Entrepreneurship Innovation Plan event.
  • Hena Shah in Principles of Hospitality and Tourism.
  Individual Instructional Awards:
  • Naomi Doshi and Natasha Reddy-Top 3 Role Play
  • Hena Shah- Top 3 Role Play
  • Om Prabhu-Top 3 Written Test in Advertising Campaign
  • Karina Thanawala- Top 3 Role Play
  Scholarship Winner:
  • Jennifer Du- $1000 New Jersey Marketing Association scholarship recipient
Industry certification awarded by AHLEI (professional hospitality industry certification)
  • Caroline Cugini
  • Rithika Reddy
MTHS DECA Chapter Awards:
  • Gold Level-New Jersey Community Service Project
  • Thrive Level international chapter award-given to outstanding international chapters who are recognized on the grand stage during the conference. 
DECA is directed by Ms. Deborah Stapenski and operates within 
the Department for the Applied Arts and Careers Technology
Monroe Cub Scout Pack 3
(Chartered by Woodland Mill Lake PTO)
New Cub Scouts can join for Spring & Summer Scouting activities 
starting in April 2017

Scout Day is on April 19th! Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts will be wearing their uniforms to all Monroe elementary schools! See link below for more information:  Cub Scouts Grades 1-5


Boys entering K-5th grades in Sept 2017
  Upcoming Open House activities in May & June.
 
To learn more today contact:  
Lumelle Schneeweis
LOOK WHAT'S HAPPENING AT
MONROE TOWNSHIP MIDDLE SCHOOL

The following middle school students auditioned successfully for CJMEA Intermediate Region Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Band, and Percussion Ensemble.  The auditions happened at West Windsor Middle School on February 4th.  Auditions consisted of over 800 students from all middle schools in Central Jersey grades 6, 7 and 8.  We congratulate them!
  • Jack Van Dusen, tenor saxophone, Symphonic Band
  • Audrey Lynch, oboe, Symphonic Band
  • Katelyn Viszoki, piccolo, symphonic band  
Percussion Ensemble:
  • Varoon Raghav
  • Jaden Lu
  • Elizabeth Tota
  • Katherine Taylor
  • Shaun Siegel
  • Logan Taylor
  • Nikhil Tangella 

On Friday, February 17th, 6th Grade Team Mosaic celebrated a "Team Cultural Day" in which students brought in food that celebrated their own backgrounds and ethnicities. The team day turned buffet with students lining up for, inquiring about and trying foods that they had never eaten before.  Some students dressed in their cultural garb, what a fantastic day! 


 

  Mr. Christopher Sidler's 8 th  grade social studies classes this month experienced:

Can you "Escape the British?"

Using spy techniques and team work, period 3 was able to evade the British and deliver four messages to George Washington with 7:42 remaining on the clock.  The students were able to deliver the following messages and secure our independence:
  • 1776 - Hessian Soldiers in Trenton for the winter
  • 1778 - NY Harbor has 20,000 Soldiers and 270 Naval Ships
  • 1779 - British know about the Generals Meeting @ Millbrook and are coming to kill George Washington
  • 1780 - Benedict Arnold is a Traitor and West Point is vulnerable.  British Contact is Major Andre

Great Job Patriots!
  Ms. McAdams' 7 th grade Social Studies class conducted a Mock Trial for the assassination of Julius Caesar.  Students worked in small groups to present evidence found in their investigations to determine if the defendants in each of their cases should be proven innocent or guilty!  The students worked very hard for 2 weeks in preparation for the week-long mock trial.  Attorneys and witnesses alike did a phenomenal job in their presentation skills and arguments to help prove their case.  We are so proud of all their hard work!

Nine students from MTMS got into the Intermediate Region Choir this month.  One of our students, Kaitlynn Russell, was the highest scorer for Soprano II (2 nd  year in a row).  The Central NJ region includes: Middlesex, Mercer, Hunterdon, Somerset, Monmouth and Union.  Thirty schools competed this year and we are very proud of our students and Mrs. Schmetterer.
 
The MTMS Chorus has two projects they are working on this month, which are very exciting.  First, all the composers whose pieces MTMS will be performing this spring were contacted and asked to write something to our chorus students either about the piece they are doing or music/singing in general.  Several have written back and have started a dialogue with our students.  The students will be writing to them as an ensemble after our concert in March.  Mrs. Schmetterer's goal is to feature the letters/emails and headshots of the composers on the bulletin board in the MTMS PAC for all to read.  It's been very exciting for our chorus students to get feedback from these experienced composers!

For the past two weeks, Ms. Sullivan's 7 th grade social studies classes have been working on a mock trial for the assassination of Julius Caesar.  Students started the project by doing a murder mystery about his assassination.  Students were asked to examine different pieces of evidence and record their findings in their exhibit journals.  After discovering their evidence, students learned how to write a mock trial according to the NJ Bar Association's 7 th and 8 th grade Law Adventure rules.  After completing their formal mock trial, Ms. Sullivan's classes were visited by guest speaker, Caroline Bielak.  Ms. Bielak is currently a public defender for Middlesex County and has performed, run and judged mock trials at the high school, college and law school levels.  Ms. Bielak's presentation consisted of going over opening and closing statements, demonstrating direct and cross examination, and answering questions about her career as a lawyer.  Students performed their mock trials on Friday 2/24/17 and Tuesday 2/28/17.  A big thank you to Ms. Bielak for her presentation, MTMS administration and MTMS secretaries for helping to organize this amazing experience! 

After spending most of the second marking period programming the Finch Robots, 8th grade Multimedia students had a final day to experiment before the robots fly away to their next destination. Thanks for the loan Birdbrain Technologies!



The MTMS girl's basketball team had a successful season ending with a record of 16-2!  We are so proud and congratulate the girls and Ms. Duffy for their hard work!


MTMS has so many exciting things happening, don't forget to mark your calendars:      

  • March 2 nd - Read Across America
  • March 14 - MTMS PTO Meeting at 10 am
  • March 16 th - AP Biology Testing for 8 th Graders
  • March 30 th to April 1 st - MTMS 7 th & 8 th Grade Play at 7 pm

The MTMS nurses raised $300 for the Go Red for Women and Heart Disease campaign for the American Heart Association.  It was a great opportunity to contribute to a great cause while getting extra days for staff to wear red and jeans! Thank you ladies!

MTMS PTO
 
The next PTO meeting will be held on March 14th @10am in the Lecture Hall. Please v isit our website at  www.mtmspto.org for more information.

Our Kids Paint Night was a huge success! See Pictures below!

Congratulations to the LifeSmarts FBLA team of Ritik Patel and Abhijeet Regatte/MTHS $harks! 
They scored the highest on January's TeamSmarts competition. 
On behalf of the entire LifeSmarts program team, congratulations! 
As January's winner, their team has won a $100 cash prize! Congratulations!
FBLA is directed by Ms. Deanna Dale and operates within 
the Department for the Applied Arts and Careers Technology
Staff Spotlight...Coming Soon!
Interested in being in the SPOTLIGHT or have a staff member you'd like to see in the SPOTLIGHT? If so, tell us about it!  Contact
deanna.dale@monroe,k12.nj.us  for more information!
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ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME
We are excited to present to you the 1st annual
MTHS Athletics Hall of Fame Induction.  
We would like to pay tribute to the many individuals from our high school who have been a part of the MTHS athletic programs and part of the Monroe Falcons.

The selection committee will be meeting... 
Stay tuned for our first Hall of Fame Class!
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