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.
At the September meeting of the Ewing Township Board of Education, Ewing Township Council President Jennifer Keyes-Maloney presented a resolution to the Board of Education commending the school district for recent achievements and thanking staff for their contributions to the community. Open this headline for details and to view a copy of the resolution.
B.P.O.E. Elks Trenton Lodge #105 again donated 100 backpacks for elementary-aged children in The Ewing Public Schools. “In this tough economic climate, we gratefully accept and appreciate any assistance from our school community,” shared Harry Louth, Director of Special Services/Operations/Grant Management.
“The great strength of the Ewing Public Education Foundation has been, and continues to be, the passionate dedication of its board members”, says Steven Szmutko, EPEF President. He explains, “We are all volunteers, from varying backgrounds and experiences, who share one common objective – helping teachers to engage and inspire students so that they can become passionate critical thinkers, successful and dedicated leaders, good employees and responsible, dedicated citizens”. Open this headline for additional information.
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.