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  • The Ewing Public Schools - Providing a Foundation for Life  

    Ewing High School Early Dismissal Wednesday, Novmeber 21, 2018 12:15PM 

    SCHOOL CLOSED Thursday & Friday, November 22 & 23, 2018 

    Happy Thanksgiving!

    New Date:  EWING HIGH SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE, Wednesday, NOVEMBER 28, 2018 6:30PM

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  • Welcome to Ewing High School. Home of the Blue Devils!

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  • For Second Consecutive Year, Ewing Schools Named to the College Board’s Honor Roll for Significant Gains in Student Achievement

    The Ewing Public Schools is one of only 433 school districts in the U.S. and Canada being honored by the College Board with placement on the 7th Annual AP® District Honor Roll for increasing access to AP course work while simultaneously maintaining or increasing the percentage of students earning scores of 3 or higher on AP Exams. Perhaps most significant is that this is the second consecutive year the Ewing Schools have received this honor, a rare occurrence.

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  • NEW DATE: EHS Open House Wednesday, November 28, 2018 6:30PM!

    On WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 28th, beginning at 6:30pm, Ewing High School will open its doors to the community for the Open House/8th Grade Orientation. This event is designed for 8th grade students and their parents, but is open to any child or parent from the community who is interested in learning about the high school and its programs. “We are working hard to promote a strong sense of school pride and unity,” remarked Mr. Chmiel, who will be joined by Assistant Principals Karen Benton and Kip Harrison for the presentation. “We hope that parents and their children find the opportunity to join us on NOVEMBER 28TH.”

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  • EWING HIGH SCHOOL COLLEGE Attendance List 2010-2018!

    In the past 10 years Ewing High School graduates attended 414 colleges and universities, please 'click' to review the list:

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  • Ewing Public Schools Teacher Spotlight: Meet Sean Hammer

    What made you want to become a teacher? I actually went to Princeton thinking that I would be pre-med -- going to medical school after graduation was part of my plan through the middle of my junior year. As much as I loved my pre-med courses, I realized that the two things that made me happiest were working as a camp counselor during my summers and volunteering at an after-school tutoring program in Trenton. I never could have anticipated how instantly I would fall in love with teaching. Please 'click' to read about this outstanding educator.

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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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  • EHS Senior Spotlight: Meet James Kim

    Who has impacted your life in a positive way? Coach Dalessio, my football and wrestling coach. He has coached me since my freshman year in wrestling and believed that I could wrestle on the varsity level my freshman year. Not only is Coach Dalessio a great coach he has truly taught me about hard work and how you won’t get anything from taking short cuts, especially, in the sport of wrestling. Please 'click' to read interview.

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  • EHS Senior Takes the Stage with Philly POPs

    When the Philly POPS Orchestra took the stage at the Trenton War Memorial in early October, they were joined by a special guest conductor. Andrew Ashton, a talented senior member of the instrumental music program at Ewing High School who serves as the Senior Drum Major, adroitly led the legendary orchestra in John Philip Sousa’s The Liberty Bell - March.

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  • Senior Soccer Standout Attends Leadership Summit

    McConnell is a captain for the Blue Devils, and has been a standout for the soccer squad since her freshman year. She is also highly involved in the school’s Project Unity, the unified physical education program and Special Olympics. McConnell is also a peer leader for EHS and a member of the school’s National Honor Society.

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  • BLUE DEVILS BECOME HEROES

    Lifeguarding can have its mundane moments, but it is always important to remember the tremendous responsibility of the job, and know that at any moment you may have to use your training to save a life. Three Ewing High School students learned that essential lesson this summer, but the Blue Devils were ready, willing and able, and their professional response to an emergency enabled them to save a life.

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  • EHS Students Attend TCNJ Urban Teacher Academy

    Ewing High School students Michelle Craven, Tyler Boncoeur and Tori Bradnock attended The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) Urban Teacher Academy this summer. The academy is designed for high school juniors who are thinking about becoming teachers in an urban setting.

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  • The Ewing Public Schools Athletic Game Entry Rules 2018-19

    Please 'click' to view rules. Thank you.

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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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  • Who to Contact 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.

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