Montclair's schools will close for at least two weeks due to the threat of a COVID-19 outbreak.
The Montclair High School auditorium seats are in bad condition and in need of replacing, says MHS Principal Anthony Grosso.
Montclair's schools will be closed for the day on Friday, March 13, so staff can be trained in online instruction in the event of a school closure related to COVID-19.
Montclair schools have been instructed by the state Department of Education to develop a preparedness plan to deal with a possible outbreak of the novel coronavirus COVID-19.
Montclair’s schools may be eliminating several staff positions due to budget issues, as well as scheduling and low enrollment.
The splash page on the Montclair Fund for Educational Excellence website for the new workshop presented on Sunday, March 1 in St. Luke's Episcopal Church, "America to Me Real Talk," asks"Be CourageousRace. Conversation. Honesty....
The Montclair Board of Education is being criticized for its decision to have a police officer be present at the Feb. 19 BOE meeting.
The Montclair School District is heading into the 2020-2021 budget season facing a $7.5 million shortfall: more than triple the shortfall that needed to be closed at the start of last year’s budget season.