The Montgomery Township School District could never achieve its mission without the strong support of the community and its volunteers. Volunteers do everything from working in classrooms to serving on advisory committees. Hundreds of people unite each year to give the precious gift of their time to support out students’ educational experiences. In addition, the voters of Montgomery Township and Rocky Hill have been strong supporters of the school district. Learn more about how you might get involved in our school-community below.
Our parent-teacher organizations go by slightly different names, but they all work on behalf of all children and youth.
Booster Organizations support a wide variety of activities:
Serve on an Advisory Committee
We are lucky to have the support of many groups that work directly with the district by helping to guide our work. Standing and current Ad Hoc Committees include:
Make a Donation
People donate cash, products and services directly to the schools for a wide variety of reasons:
Make a donation to support the Montgomery Township School District simply by mailing a check, payable to the Montgomery Township School District, to:
Business AdministratorMontgomery Township School District1014 Route 601Skillman, NJ 08558
Donate to the Montgomery Township Education Foundation
The MTEF is a non-profit foundation whose mission is to support strategic programs for the benefit of the Montgomery Township public school children. The Foundation’s goal is to raise money for the purpose of improving our students’ educational experience, acquiring supplies and equipment and providing innovative teaching and learning systems for our children. Following its first successful project, the construction of Cougar Stadium, the MTEF has had extensive conversations with school Principals, administrators, students and parents to gain an appreciation of where we can help. We meet on a regular basis to discuss the ideas and determine how we can fund the programs that will benefit the most students. Our new projects will enhance programs in science, language arts, and music and also provide assistance for students who are academically at-risk.