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  • The Ewing Public Schools Board of Education BOE Briefs: June 27th 2022 Meeting

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  • Ewing Schools Community Update:  June 27th, 2022 Board of Education Meeting Information

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  • Maddalon to become New EHS Head Football Coach

    Ross Maddalon will be joining the faculty and athletic staff of Ewing High School as a business teacher and the new head football coach. Maddalon, currently a business teacher and top assistant coach at Cinnaminson High School, brings considerable football and coaching experience to the Blue Devils program.  A former gridiron standout scholastically at Nottingham High School, Maddalon has familiarly and deep connections to the Mercer County football scene. A graduate of Rider University, Maddalon has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Education and promises to be an excellent addition to the Business Department at Ewing High School. Maddalon takes over a Ewing High squad that won the division championship in 2021 and earned a spot in the state playoffs. 

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  • Ewing Public Schools:   Update on School Security

    I hope this final week of the school year finds you well and looking forward to the summer. As you know, the issue of school safety and security has been a priority for the Ewing Schools.  The recent tragedy in Texas has once again painfully reminded us about the tremendous importance of this shared responsibility. We are very proud of the efforts we have taken in recent years to improve and enhance school safety and security.  I have detailed these initiatives in the past; however, since the purpose of this correspondence is to provide an overview of how the district is moving forward, I have decided to place an overview of those accomplishments at the conclusion of this letter. Please 'click' this headline for the letter from Superintendent Mr. Michael Nitti.

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  • EHS Student-Athletes Delutis & Whyte Represent Ewing at USA Games

    Two Ewing High School students who embody the very best of the Ewing Schools inclusive programming had an outstanding experience at the prestigious 2022 Special Olympics USA games held in Orlando, Florida. Every four years, Special Olympics athletes from all over the United States compete in the Special Olympics USA Games. This year, more than 5,500 athletes traveled to Orlando to compete at the highest level.  This year, EHS students Zachary Whyte and Kyle Delutis were part of a contingent of 138 New Jersey athletes who joined more than 5,500 athletes and coaches representing 50 state programs and the Caribbean, along with the support of tens of thousands of volunteers and spectators, to compete in 19 Olympic-type team and individual sports.

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  • EHS Wrestling’s Meara Hayes Commits to Lakeland University

    Standout senior female grappler Meara Hayes has committed to continue her academic and athletic career at Lakeland University. Hayes, who also ran track and cross-country during her time at Ewing High School, started wrestling in 8th grade as a member of the Fisher Middle School wrestling team. She was part of the Blue Devils’ program all four years of high school. At the age of 17, she started competing at the national freestyle level. Hayes qualified for the New Jersey National Team in 2021 and the Marine Corps Junior & 16U Nationals in Fargo, North Dakota. She has qualified again this year and will once again compete in the high-level competition. A stellar student and president of Ewing High School’s National Honor Society, Hayes was recently honored with the prestigious Debbie Marks-Lake Award and Scholarship at Ewing High School’s Senior Award night.  She will major in Exercise Science along with getting a music minor, and be a part of the school honors program after being accepted for her outstanding academic achievement during high school.

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  • EHS Senior Chahbandour Pedals to Collegiate Cycling

    Ewing High School seniors moving on to participate in collegiate sports is not an unusual occurrence.  Each year Blue Devil student-athletes commit to continue their athletic careers in sports like football, soccer and basketball. But an EHS student committing to compete in competitive varsity collegiate cycling…well, that’s a bit unusual. But that is exactly what David Chahbandour, a talented racer and a frequent sight on his bike on the roadways of Ewing, will be doing after graduation.

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  • Over 270K in Scholarships Bestowed at Ewing High School Senior Awards Night

    Marks-Lake, Tolleris Memorial, Joshua Scott Memorial Awards Highlight Evening

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  • EWING HIGH SCHOOL CELEBRATES CLASS OF 2022 ACHIEVEMENT IN ARTS/ACTIVITIES

    Ewing High School has a rich history of achievement in the arts and activities, and the school is home to many talented and skilled students. So it was a wonderful night on Wednesday evening, June 8th, as teachers, students, parents, and friends gathered to honor and recognize achievement in arts, clubs and activities at Ewing High School. 

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  • Congratulations to Ewing Drama’s Jayden White!  

    The first ever Ewing student to receive a Paper Mill Playhouse, Rising Star Award! On June 6th, Ewing High School juniors Jayden White and Maddie Marsola attended the Paper Mill Playhouse’s Rising Star Awards with their families, their director, Christina Monaco Caldwell and their music director, Alexander Minter.  The Rising Star Awards are deemed the Tony’s for New Jersey high schools. In March, the cast, crew and pit of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee were adjudicated on three different performances by Paper Mill Playhouse judges.  'Click' to hear Jayden's acceptance speech!

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