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  • Important Communication: Confirmed Staff Member COVID-19 Case at Antheil Elementary School

    We have learned over the weekend that an Antheil Elementary School staff member has tested positive for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). Our trained district COVID-trackers have conducted contact tracing and believe strongly that exposure and contagion occurred outside of the Antheil School. This staff member was last in Antheil on Tuesday and works in a fairly self-contained environment. All individuals who have been determined to have possibly been in close contact with this staff member have been identified and notified, and will follow quarantine protocols. Please 'click' for additional information.

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  • Antheil Elementary School 2020-21 Educator of the Year: Mrs. Michele Dagenais

    “Mrs. Dagenais strives to create lessons that are developmentally appropriate, engaging and meaningful,” Principal Kip Harrison stated. “She employs multisensory techniques to ensure she is meeting the differing needs and learning styles in her classroom.”

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  • Antheil 5th Grade Class Creates Model Solar System

    Fifth graders at Antheil School in Mrs. Van Leeuwen and Ms. Maierle's science class had the opportunity to learn about the solar system. Students learned that scientists create scale models for things we study that are either too large or small to see with the naked eye. Scientists create models of DNA and atoms, items too small to see, as well as huge things like the universe or solar system. We use scale models for fun too! Did you know Match Box cars are made at a scale of 1:64? Please 'click' for article.

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  • HOUR OF CODE

    This year during Computer Science Education Week, Antheil, Lore and Parkway Elementary School students participated in this year's Hour of Code in their Technology Enrichment Specials with Ms. Papadopoulos, Ms. Hughes, and Mr. Shaw. Students learned the basics of computer programming and learned how to program and debug a computer algorithm. These interactive, hands-on activities help students learn computational thinking skills.

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  • Exploring Patterns during Math Enrichment

    The third grade students at Antheil had a chance to explore the Fibonacci Sequence during Math Enrichment with Mrs. Hartigan.

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  • Mrs. Beachem's Virtual 5th Grade Class Winter STEM Project: STUDENTS CREATED SNOW!

    Mrs. Beachem porch dropped winter STEM kits for her virtual fifth graders. The students used the supplies to make it "snow" in Google Meet! They learned about density and then saw it in action to create a cross between a snow globe and a lava lamp.

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  • Important District Communication Confirmed COVID-19 Case at Antheil Elementary School

    We have learned that an Antheil Elementary School student has tested positive for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). That student last attended school on Thursday December 10th. In accordance with public health guidelines, these individuals will be kept out of school and do their work virtually for the remainder of the week. Furthermore, we have been made aware that a small number of Antheil students may have been exposed to a positive COVID-19 case at an out of district youth recreational center. Out of an abundance of caution, these students have been removed from the “in-school” instructional program at Antheil. Please 'click' this headline for an important communication from the Superintendent.

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  • Mrs. Beachem's Thanksgiving Feast

    Mrs. Beachem's Virtual 5th Grade had a virtual Thanksgiving celebration. Mrs. Beachem dropped off pumpkin pie the night before and all the supplies the kids needed to start making a holiday craft for their parents. Even though we are virtual we still like to do hands-on activities as a class! The students enjoyed a nice afternoon making a craft and eating pie on our last day before Thanksgiving break.

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  • Ewing Teachers in New Jersey STEM Innovation Fellowship Program

    Two Ewing elementary school teachers have successfully completed their first year of the competitive New Jersey STEM Innovation Fellowship program. The New Jersey STEM Innovation Fellowship is based on MƒA’s proven teacher fellowship program in New York City. During the fellowship teachers meet, outside of school hours, to explore innovative teaching practices that enhance student learning.

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  • Ewing Schools Welcome New School Security Coordinators

    As we make our way through the 20-21 school year, the Ewing Schools are welcoming two new School Security Coordinators to serve the students and school community. John Stemler joins Antheil Elementary School as their new School Security Coordinator. Mr. Stemler recently retired after 27 years of service with the Ewing Township Police Department, rising from patrol officer to police chief, a position he held from 2014 until his retirement earlier this year. Please join us in welcoming Mr. Stemler to the Antheil Elementary School family.

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    "Ewing Strong:  All in this Together"   

     Please 'click' this link to view the Amended Ewing Public Schools 2020-2021 District Calendar

    Completing the Daily COVID-19 Screening Form in Parent Access

    Remote Program Learning Coordinators: 

    Antheil Elementary School:               

                    Grades K-2:        Ms. Maria Petsos

                                               Email:  mpetsos@ewingboe.org

                                               Phone number:  1 (609) 538-9800 X4154                   

                    Grades 3-5:      Mr. Clifford “Kip” Harrison

                                             Email:  charrison@ewingboe.org

                                             Phone number:  1 (609) 538-9800 X4102            

                  

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    Please call the office prior to your visit to schedule an appointment, anything that can be done remotely should continue to be done so.

    Social distancing practices are required and masks/face coverings must be worn by all visitors.  

     

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