A large part of Little Falls' history is mixed with the old Morris Canal, which gracefully winds its way through the township. Historically, the canal served as a vessel of transportation and trade between the Hudson River and Delaware River. Other historical structures and buildings throughout town remain well kept as a semblance of history, culture and pride. The old Morris Canal also makes a great tourist attraction, along with the other preserved buildings.
The Little Falls Township Public School District educates students in kindergarten through eighth grade, and high school students attend a regional school with students from neighboring towns. School #2 serves students from kindergarten through second grade, school #3 serves grades three and four, and School #1 is a middle school for those in grades five through eight. High-school students attend Passaic Valley Regional High School, which is located in Little Falls but also serves high-school students in the surrounding communities of Totowa and West Paterson.
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