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2017 Manchester Teachers & Educational Service Professionals of the Year

Manchester Township School District's Teachers of the Year and Educational Service Professionals of the Year were honored at the May 10, 2017 Board of Education meeting. Teachers of the Year are: Nina Hennig - Ridgeway, Elizabeth Hahn - MTES, Nancy Condardo - MTMS, Christine Newbury - MTHS, Talyah HIngston - Whiting, and Karen Craig - Regional Day. Educational Service Professionals of the Year are: Madeline Sias - Ridgeway, Roisin Cooke - MTES, Lisa Dolan - MTMS, Carol Moroz - MTHS, Diane Zakerski - Whiting, and Debra Gallaro - Regional Day.

Candidates Sought for Manchester Township School Board Vacancy

The Manchester Township Board of Education is searching for a qualified candidate to fill a vacancy on their board, effective immediately.

School board members must be registered voters who have lived in the district for at least a year. They must be able to read and write and cannot hold a contract with or claim against the school district.

Since the 2011-12 school year, New Jersey's School Performance Reports have provided communities with information on school-wide academic achievement, demographics and school climate. The School Performance Reports were developed with, and are continually improved by, the feedback from stakeholders like you. The NJ Department of Education is again encouraging your input on a statewide survey designed to improve the readability and usability of these reports.

Whiting Elementary School Opens New STEM Lab

Whiting Elementary School celebrated the opening of their new STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Lab on May 18, 2017 with an Open House for parents and district staff. The lab is the former computer lab space, which has been transformed into an exciting learning area with new seating, desks, worktop stations, adjustable laptop stations and equipment including electronics kits, building kits, design games and all kinds of tools to encourage exploration and experimentation.

Visiting Author Comes to  Ridgeway Elementary School

Students and staff of Ridgeway School were treated to a very special visit from Laura Overdeck, author of Bedtime Math. Mrs. Mazur and Mrs. Szoke chose Bedtime Math as the book for our 4th annual One School, One Book family reading event.

Nicole Smalley takes Best in Show at Belmar Arts Exhibit

Three MTHS students pushed beyond their comfort zone and submitted work for the Belmar Art Council's Youth Art Exhibit "Blue". Freshman Sarah Donahue and seniors, Dylan Cervenak and Nicole Smalley, proudly represented our Hawk community amidst 50 other pieces between Monmouth and Ocean County. Nicole Smalley took "Best in Show" at this prestigious event.

Whiting School STEM Lab Open House May 18

Whiting Elementary School will celebrate the opening of their new STEM Lab with an open house on Thursday, May 18. Parents are invited to tour the lab from 9:00-11:00am and 5:00-7:00pm.

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2017 Manchester Teachers & Educational Service Professionals of the Year

Manchester Township School District's Teachers of the Year and Educational Service Professionals of the Year were honored at the May 10, 2017 Board of Education meeting. Teachers of the Year are: Nina Hennig - Ridgeway, Elizabeth Hahn - MTES, Nancy Condardo - MTMS, Christine Newbury - MTHS, Talyah HIngston - Whiting, and Karen Craig - Regional Day. Educational Service Professionals of the Year are: Madeline Sias - Ridgeway, Roisin Cooke - MTES, Lisa Dolan - MTMS, Carol Moroz - MTHS, Diane Zakerski - Whiting, and Debra Gallaro - Regional Day.

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Candidates Sought for Manchester Township School Board Vacancy

The Manchester Township Board of Education is searching for a qualified candidate to fill a vacancy on their board, effective immediately.

School board members must be registered voters who have lived in the district for at least a year. They must be able to read and write and cannot hold a contract with or claim against the school district.

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Since the 2011-12 school year, New Jersey's School Performance Reports have provided communities with information on school-wide academic achievement, demographics and school climate. The School Performance Reports were developed with, and are continually improved by, the feedback from stakeholders like you. The NJ Department of Education is again encouraging your input on a statewide survey designed to improve the readability and usability of these reports.

Read more
Whiting Elementary School Opens New STEM Lab

Whiting Elementary School celebrated the opening of their new STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Lab on May 18, 2017 with an Open House for parents and district staff. The lab is the former computer lab space, which has been transformed into an exciting learning area with new seating, desks, worktop stations, adjustable laptop stations and equipment including electronics kits, building kits, design games and all kinds of tools to encourage exploration and experimentation.

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Visiting Author Comes to  Ridgeway Elementary School

Students and staff of Ridgeway School were treated to a very special visit from Laura Overdeck, author of Bedtime Math. Mrs. Mazur and Mrs. Szoke chose Bedtime Math as the book for our 4th annual One School, One Book family reading event.

Read more
Nicole Smalley takes Best in Show at Belmar Arts Exhibit

Three MTHS students pushed beyond their comfort zone and submitted work for the Belmar Art Council's Youth Art Exhibit "Blue". Freshman Sarah Donahue and seniors, Dylan Cervenak and Nicole Smalley, proudly represented our Hawk community amidst 50 other pieces between Monmouth and Ocean County. Nicole Smalley took "Best in Show" at this prestigious event.

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MTHS Band & Chorus Score Big at Music in the Parks

MTHS Band Director Sarah Culp, and MTHS Chorus Director, Sarah Thiffault, took the MTHS Concert Band and MTHS Honors Chorus to the Music in the Parks competition festival on May 5, 2017. The band achieved a rating of Superior and First Place honors, and the chorus achieved a rating of Excellent.

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You are cordially invited to the Manchester Township School District Elementary School Band Concert, featuring students from MTES/RS/WS under the direction of Ms. Sarah Drew on Tuesday, May 16, 2017 at 6:00 pm in the Ridgeway Elementary School All-Purpose Room.

Hope to see you there!

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Over 18,000 Photos Collected in MTHS/BASF Deer Study

It all started with MTHS AP Environmental Science teacher, Will Schmidt, wondering why he saw so many dead deer along Route 37 West on his commute to school. The result: a partnership with BASF Corp. that has students doing fieldwork and data collection to investigate the deer population at the company's Toms River site. Schmidt and MTHS Vice Principal, Stacie Ferrara, gave an update on the project at the April 26, 2017 Board of Education meeting.

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BOE Approves 2017-18 School Budget

The Manchester Township Board of Education approved the 2017-18 school district budget at their April 26, 2017 regular meeting. The budget maintains all current staff, programs and services, including block scheduling and the S.O.A.R program at the high school, after school busing, and all extracurricular programs and staff. Additions for next year include new courses at the high school, the addition of an Elementary Guidance Counselor, new Chromebooks (or similar) for use in classroom instruction and testing, new and replacement interactive projectors at all levels, new textbooks, and replacement of buses.

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