The Mercer County Clerk has released the unofficial results of the 2015 Ewing Township School Board elections. Once confirmed by the Board of Elections, the Board members will be sworn in and assume their seats at the January 4th BOE Reorganization meeting to be held in the Fisher Media Center at 7PM. The top three vote-getters all earn three year terms. Click here for more information.
In June, students in Grades K-4 were encouraged to read during the summer months. Based upon the number of students in each grade at each elementary school, summer reading goals were established. The principal in each school agreed to do something wild and crazy if the students worked to meet the summer reading goal. Open this headline for details and photos!
This month, the Ewing Public Education Foundation will open the application process for teacher grants for the upcoming 2016-17 teacher grant cycle. EPEF’s goal is to increase the support for worthy projects so that even more students will benefit from the innovative programs from passionate teachers throughout the district. A new grant management system will be in place to make the application process easier than ever. Open this headline for more information.
Board President Anthony Messina attended the Mercer County School Board meeting and shares the State Department of Education portal for sharing information related to the Core Content Standards with the school community. Open this headline for a link.
In an effort to support the district and Township sustainability/greening initiatives, information and forms pertaining to Ewing Rec opportunities and events can be found in our Community Information virtual backpack. Open this headline for additional information and a link to the VBP.