Closing Information for The Mt. Olive School District

Based on the executive order of Governor Murphy, the Mount Olive Township School District will be operating under a health-related closure for the indefinite future. Therefore, home instruction will be ongoing until April 8th. Spring break will remain as originally scheduled from April 9th until April 19th. If the health-related closure is still in effect, home instruction will resume on April 20th. Please go to tinyurl.com/MOhealthplan and view the MOTSD Health-Related Closure Plan that contains daily updates from Dr. Zywicki, as well as, vital information about home instruction assignments, WiFi access, free and reduced meal pick-up, and continuity of District operations.

The Entire District
will be Closed

Based on the executive order of Governor Murphy, the Mount Olive Township School District will be operating under a health-related closure for the indefinite future. Therefore, home instruction will be ongoing until April 8th. Spring break will remain as originally scheduled from April 9th until April 19th. If the health-related closure is still in effect, home instruction will resume on April 20th. Please go to tinyurl.com/MOhealthplan and view the MOTSD Health-Related Closure Plan that contains daily updates from Dr. Zywicki, as well as, vital information about home instruction assignments, WiFi access, free and reduced meal pick-up, and continuity of District operations.

School is Closed

Mount Olive High School
will be Closed

Based on the executive order of Governor Murphy, the Mount Olive Township School District will be operating under a health-related closure for the indefinite future. Therefore, home instruction will be ongoing until April 8th. Spring break will remain as originally scheduled from April 9th until April 19th. If the health-related closure is still in effect, home instruction will resume on April 20th. Please go to tinyurl.com/MOhealthplan and view the MOTSD Health-Related Closure Plan that contains daily updates from Dr. Zywicki, as well as, vital information about home instruction assignments, WiFi access, free and reduced meal pick-up, and continuity of District operations.

School is Closed

Mount Olive Middle School
will be Closed

Based on the executive order of Governor Murphy, the Mount Olive Township School District will be operating under a health-related closure for the indefinite future. Therefore, home instruction will be ongoing until April 8th. Spring break will remain as originally scheduled from April 9th until April 19th. If the health-related closure is still in effect, home instruction will resume on April 20th. Please go to tinyurl.com/MOhealthplan and view the MOTSD Health-Related Closure Plan that contains daily updates from Dr. Zywicki, as well as, vital information about home instruction assignments, WiFi access, free and reduced meal pick-up, and continuity of District operations.

School is Closed

Chester M. Stephens Elementary School
will be Closed

Based on the executive order of Governor Murphy, the Mount Olive Township School District will be operating under a health-related closure for the indefinite future. Therefore, home instruction will be ongoing until April 8th. Spring break will remain as originally scheduled from April 9th until April 19th. If the health-related closure is still in effect, home instruction will resume on April 20th. Please go to tinyurl.com/MOhealthplan and view the MOTSD Health-Related Closure Plan that contains daily updates from Dr. Zywicki, as well as, vital information about home instruction assignments, WiFi access, free and reduced meal pick-up, and continuity of District operations.

School is Closed

Mountain View Elementary School
will be Closed

Based on the executive order of Governor Murphy, the Mount Olive Township School District will be operating under a health-related closure for the indefinite future. Therefore, home instruction will be ongoing until April 8th. Spring break will remain as originally scheduled from April 9th until April 19th. If the health-related closure is still in effect, home instruction will resume on April 20th. Please go to tinyurl.com/MOhealthplan and view the MOTSD Health-Related Closure Plan that contains daily updates from Dr. Zywicki, as well as, vital information about home instruction assignments, WiFi access, free and reduced meal pick-up, and continuity of District operations.

School is Closed

Sandshore Elementary School
will be Closed

Based on the executive order of Governor Murphy, the Mount Olive Township School District will be operating under a health-related closure for the indefinite future. Therefore, home instruction will be ongoing until April 8th. Spring break will remain as originally scheduled from April 9th until April 19th. If the health-related closure is still in effect, home instruction will resume on April 20th. Please go to tinyurl.com/MOhealthplan and view the MOTSD Health-Related Closure Plan that contains daily updates from Dr. Zywicki, as well as, vital information about home instruction assignments, WiFi access, free and reduced meal pick-up, and continuity of District operations.

School is Closed

Tinc Road Elementary
will be Closed

Based on the executive order of Governor Murphy, the Mount Olive Township School District will be operating under a health-related closure for the indefinite future. Therefore, home instruction will be ongoing until April 8th. Spring break will remain as originally scheduled from April 9th until April 19th. If the health-related closure is still in effect, home instruction will resume on April 20th. Please go to tinyurl.com/MOhealthplan and view the MOTSD Health-Related Closure Plan that contains daily updates from Dr. Zywicki, as well as, vital information about home instruction assignments, WiFi access, free and reduced meal pick-up, and continuity of District operations.

School is Closed

Todays Events - March 28, 2020

Upcoming Events

  • Apr 9th - Apr 17th, 2020 - SPRING RECESS — SCHOOLS CLOSED

  • Apr 22nd - Apr 22nd, 2020 - Gr. 5 Parent Orientation
    6:30 p.m. - MOMS

  • Apr 22nd - Apr 22nd, 2020 - FPTA Gen Mtg
    7 p.m. - MV

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Instructional supervisor Jen Olsyn and Principal Melissa Kolenski

A day to inspire a love of reading

Reading and everything Dr. Seuss were celebrated as Mountain View took part in Read Across America – a nationwide campaign designed to motivate kids to read. Sponsored by the National Education Association, Read Across America is held annually on the birthday of the legendary children's author.

Students and faculty came dressed in Seuss-related shirts and hats to hear guests read storybooks. Guests included Mayor Rob Greenbaum, board of education members Dr. Antoine Gayles and Anthony Strillacci, members of the high school’s chapter of the National English Honor Society, Sgt. Michael Zarro from the Mount Olive Police Department, and Dr. Robert Zywicki, superintendent of schools. Many parents and grandparents also came to read to students.

Paul Czekaj, a singer and songwriter, kicked off the day’s events by singing his original song, “Reading's Lots of Fun.” Mr. Czekaj is married to Jackie Czekaj, one of the school’s instructional aides.

Melissa Marvin, Mountain View’s library media specialist, coordinated the RAA activities.

Mayor Rob Greenbaum

Members of Mount Olive High School's chapter of the National English Honor Society

Sgt. Michael Zarro of the Mount Olive Police Department 

Board of education member Dr. Antoine Gayles

Board of Education member Anthony Strillacci

Dr. Robert Zywicki, superintendent of schools


The power of instructional technology

The power of instructional technology was recently showcased when Mountain View celebrated Digital Learning day. The nationwide day of recognition encourages educators to develop innovative teaching assignments which engage students with computer software, interactive websites, online courses, video production, and anything else involving technology.

Students partnered with their school buddies (kids in lower or higher grades) to complete activities of their own choosing. Among the activities were digital escape rooms, the creation of digital comic books, video-making, online nutrition games, digital interviews over Skype and FaceTime, and computer coding on Code.org.

In a project that combined old-fashioned analog with digital technology, art teacher Kristina Carnevale challenged students to create their own versions of famous pieces of art. She digitally projected the artworks on a paper-lined white board and had the young artists paint over the projected images.

Digital Learning Day is an initiative of the Alliance for Excellent Education, a national nonprofit committed to improving the lives and academic achievement of students.

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

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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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160 Wolfe Road
Budd Lake, NJ 07828
973-691-4006

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18 Corey Road
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