Closing Information for The Mt. Olive School District

Remote instruction will continue for remainder of school year

Based on Governor Murphy's directive, the Mount Olive Township School District will continue home instruction according to our Health-Related Closure Plan for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. All athletics and activities are canceled as well. Please click here to view the MOTSD Health-Related Closure Plan for daily updates from the superintendent, Dr. Robert Zywicki, as well as vital information about home instruction assignments, WiFi access, free and reduced-price meal pick-up, and continuity of district operations.

The Entire District
will be Closed

School is Closed

Mount Olive High School
will be Closed

School is Closed

Mount Olive Middle School
will be Closed

School is Closed

Chester M. Stephens Elementary School
will be Closed

School is Closed

Mountain View Elementary School
will be Closed

School is Closed

Sandshore Elementary School
will be Closed

School is Closed

Tinc Road Elementary
will be Closed

School is Closed

Todays Events - June 6, 2020

Upcoming Events

  • Jun 8th - Jun 8th, 2020 - BOE Work Session Meeting
    6:30 p.m. - Administration Building

  • Jun 10th - Jun 10th, 2020 - 8th Gr. Washington, DC Luggage Check-In
    4-7 p.m. - MOMS Gym

  • Jun 11th - Jun 12th, 2020 - 8th Gr. Trip to Washington, DC

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5th to 6th Grade Transition Information

The guidance department has compiled these resources for fifth-graders moving into sixth grade in the fall:

Mr. Kramer's Welcome Video

Counselor Welcome Video

MOMS counselors answer questions from fifth-graders about the transition

Words of Wisdom from Current Sixth-graders

Welcome to Middle School Google Classroom code:
kro7aim

Contains information such as FAQs, counselor bio pages, and information from the administration.

Welcome to Mount Olive Middle School

Guidance Banner


Sharonda Brown talks about media and gaming careers

Exploring career options

It’s never too early to be thinking about the rest of your life.

That’s the message that David Eisenberg wants students to know. The library media specialist has created a program to provide students with insight into a range of diverse careers directly from people actually working in them. The career roundtables, held in the library during lunch and leisure time, each run 15-20 minutes.  

“I think that the real-world exposure to careers in so many different fields is eye opening,” said Mr. Eisenberg. “Life can go in so many different ways.”

The career series began with Sharonda Brown, mother of two MOMS students and co-manager of a media company that specializes in video production and coordinates e-sports tournaments. The discussion focused on media and gaming careers, and the company’s work running tournaments for games such as “Call of Duty,” “Gears of War,” and “Halo.”

Ms. Brown, who holds a bachelor’s in communications and a master's in media management, also was able to convey to students that a path can be forged from education to employment in a highly competitive and cutting-edge industry. That’s a very practical message to the career series that Mr. Eisenberg would like students to hear.

“A student could find what he wants to do for a living and be more motivated in school,” he said. “The speakers also talked about the School of Hard Knocks and working your way up. Success didn’t come overnight. That’s an important lesson in perseverance, too.”

Most recently, John Cetrulo from “Clipper Magazine” and “Local Flavor” visited to discuss his career in publishing and media, and Pias Tanmoy, professor of computer science and machine learning at University of Asia Pacific, video-conferenced with students to talk about job opportunities involving STEM.

The career series features speakers connected somehow to MOMS staff members or students. Attendance is voluntary so kids can choose the ones they’d like to attend.

Professor Pias Tanmoy of the University of Asia Pacific talks about STEM careers
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New videos being added all the time!

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MOMS MakerSpace

Sandshore Elementary School

Sandshore Elementary School
498 Sandshore Rd
Budd Lake, NJ 07828
973-691-4003

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Mountain View Elementary School

Mountain View Elementary School
118 Cloverhill Drive
Flanders, NJ 07836
973-927-2201

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Chester M. Stephens Elementary School

Chester M. Stephens Elementary School
99 Sunset Drive
Budd Lake, NJ 07828
973-691-4002

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Tinc Road School

Tinc Road School
24 Tinc Road
Flanders, NJ 07836
973-927-2203

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Mt. Olive Middle School

Mt. Olive Middle School
160 Wolfe Road
Budd Lake, NJ 07828
973-691-4006

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Mt. Olive High School

Mt. Olive High School
18 Corey Road
Flanders, NJ 07836
973-927-2208

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