• The Ewing Public Schools - Providing a Foundation for Life   

    PARKWAY PTA FALL BOOK FAIR MONDAY-WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19-21, 2018

    K-8 Early Dismissal - Parent Conferences Monday & Tuesday, November 19 & 20, 2018

    (O'Brien Academy Dismissal 11:55AM, FMS Dismissal 12:55PM & Elementary Schools 1:40PM)

    NO PM Integrated Preschool Classes - Parent Conferences Tuesday, November 20, 2018 

    K-12 Early Dismissal Wednesday, November 21, 2018 - NO PM EDP

    (EHS Dismissal 12:15PM, O'Brien Academy Dismissal 11:55AM, FMS Dismissal 12:55PM & Elementary Schools 1:40PM)

    NO AM & PM Integrated Preschool Classes Wednesday, November 21, 2018 

    SCHOOL CLOSED THURSDAY & FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22 & 23, 2018

    Thanksgiving Holiday Break 

     

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  • Welcome to Parkway Elementary School

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  • Veterans' Day Special: Meet Parkway’s Ms. Jamison

    As The Ewing Public School community joins the rest of the country in honoring those who serve their country on Veterans' Day, the editorial staff of the award-winning Good News thought it would be nice to spend a moment getting to know one of our own veterans, Parkway School’s Ann Marie Jamison. Ms. Jamison joined The Ewing Public Schools in December of 2002 as a fifth grade teacher at Antheil Elementary School. In 2005, she embarked on a two-year military leave. When she returned in April of 2006, she began teaching at Parkway. Ms. Jamison was Parkway’s Teacher of the Year in 2012. Please 'click' for article. Thank you Ms. Jamison for your service!

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  • Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights

    The district is proud of our accomplishments with regards to the implementation of the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights. Open this headline for information and the 2015-16 self-assessment report.

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  • Parkway First Graders Solve a HUGE Problem!

    Parkway Kindergarten and First Grade students celebrated Johnny Appleseed Day. Kindergarten students came dressed to school like Johnny Appleseed, read books about him and created Johnny Appleseed puppets. Students learned how to make applesauce and had the opportunity to sample the applesauce during snack time. 'Click' to read article.

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  • Ready Freddy Sets Kindergarten Up for Success!

    The goals for the program are to increase ease of transition to kindergarten, to provide support in early learning skills, and to set the foundation for family engagement between home and school.

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  • Changes Abound in the PES Courtyard!

    Parkway School is very appreciative to Groundswell Design Group for donating their time and expertise in creating a design plan for the renovated courtyard space and to Sowsian Landscaping for donating the supplies and labor to create the walkway, plant flowers and move the greenhouse. Everything is ‘coming up daisies’ in Parkway courtyard with a little help from their friends!

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  • IMPORTANT: Genesis Parent Portal Information! 2018-19

    ***Please update your email address information today by using your Honeywell Instant Alert account!***The Ewing Public Schools uses Genesis as its student management system. As the district continues to support sustainability initiatives and foster positive school to home communication, we are expanding usage of the Genesis Parent Access. Currently, district wide, parents complete five (5) “opening of school” forms through the Genesis Parent Access. For the 2018-19 school year, there will be six (6) “opening of school” forms as well as other new features. 'Click' for important information!

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  • 2018-19 Kindergarten Registration

    If your child turns 5 years of age by October 1st, please register for Kindergarten ASAP. Call 538-9800 X7181 for an appointment.

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  • Early Drop-Off Letter

    Please 'click' this headline to read letter from Mrs. Harris regarding early student drop off. Students should not arrive to school prior to 8:45AM. Thank you.

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  • Who Should I Call When...

    On occasion, a parent may have a concern, complaint, suggestion or request related to a school decision or policy. Many questions are easily and completely answered by communicating directly with the person in charge of the class or program. Each situation should first be addressed at whatever level the initial action was taken, with appeals moving on to the next level in the chain of command. 'Click' to see information.

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