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Members of the Ewing High School Blues Devils Jazz Band will be appearing with a professional jazz combo at the historic 1867 Sanctuary on Scotch Road on June 4 at 7:00 pm.
On May 19th, at a ceremony in the Ewing High School auditorium, the Ewing High School chapter of the National Honor Society inducted its newest members.
The Ewing High School Art Club attended an art exhibit in April titled “Breath of Fire” at the historic Trenton City Art Museum in Cadwalader Park. This museum resembles a beautiful Italian villa and is located in the middle of the park. The exhibit featured ceramic artworks by professional artists from the tri-state area, and included many 3-dimensional artworks, from the abstract to the whimsically realistic in subject matter. Some interesting pieces included ceramic mask pieces, an oversized Picasso-esque chess set, and many other artworks that really captured the attention and provoked thought and discussion.
Ewing High School’s Band, Choir and Orchestra students visited Boston in April. The groups performed at Quincy Market, near Faneuil Hall, in downtown Boston. The students also enjoyed a Spirit of Boston Dinner Cruise, Boston Duck Boat Tour, Blue Man Group performance, Six Flags New England, and the Boston Museum of Science.
All monies raised will be donated to the Art Department at Ewing High School for art supplies.
As you are most likely aware, according to State code, we are mandated to have 180 student instructional days in a school year. Three emergency days were built into the 2015-16 district calendar and we have been fortunate to need only one thus far this school year. As a result, the two days that school will now be closed due to unused weather emergency days will be Friday, April 29th and Friday, May 27th. Open this headline for additional details.
Parents/Guardians are now able to update Contact information on Genesis from their own computers, laptops, ipads, smartphones, etc.
The Ewing Public Schools Named to the College Board’s Honor Roll for Significant Gains in Student Access and Success - Only 425 School Districts across the U.S. and Canada Are Honored.
The PARCC assessments are computer-based and aligned to the Common Core State Standards. PARCC assessments will evaluate a student’s progress toward college and career readiness/preparedness. The PARCC assessments are also designed to provide teachers with information to modify instruction and provide student support. PLEASE OPEN HEADLINE FOR MORE DETAILS.
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