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July 30 - August 2 in the Auditorium
***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!
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.
At the annual Senior Athletic Awards Night on June 5th, the Ewing High School community celebrated the accomplishments of the school’s 2018 senior student-athletes. Highlighting the evening was the annual presentation of the prestigious Karas-McGurk award to a male and female student-athlete. Please 'click' to read press release.
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 6th, as teachers, students and parents gathered to honor and recognize achievement in the arts, clubs and activities. Please 'click' for press release.
The Ewing High School Senior Awards Night was held on Thursday, June 7th. At the event, $150,000 in scholarship funds and grants were awarded to members of the EHS Class of 2018. Rutgers-bound Keri Capstack was named EHS Class of 2018 Valedictorian, and Katherine McGinn, headed to The Ohio State University, was recognized as Salutatorian. Please 'click' to read about our outstanding students.
The Board of Education approved Shannon Pedersen as the new varsity girls soccer coach at Ewing High School. Pedersen, a math teacher for the Ewing Schools for three years who has been at the high school since 2016 brings a strong soccer background and considerable experience to her new position.
On May 17th, at a ceremony in the Ewing High School auditorium, the Ewing High School chapter of the National Honor Society inducted its newest members. The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Character. 'Click' to view press release.
Ewing High School Rotary Club members beat the clock to make lunches after school for the Trenton Areas Soup Kitchen before the end of March snow storm hit. Over twenty students volunteered after-school to make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Rotary members volunteer at TASK once a month to put their service skills into action.
Two standout EHS softball players have signed to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level. Catcher Deanna Hedrick is headed to Wheaton College, while outfielder Julianna Nisen will play locally at MCCC. “Both Deanna and Julianna have been key contributors to a very successful run for Ewing High School Softball,” Athletic Director Bud Kowal stated. “They are exemplary student-athletes and we wish them the best at the next level.”
P Human Geography was offered for the first time at Ewing High School. Students spent the semester analyzing the location of human activities on Earth’s surface as they delved into topics including: Religion, Language, Industrialization, Urban Land Use, Politics, Migration, Economic Development, and Agriculture. Students gained a new geographical appreciation for historical processes and patterns and enjoyed their time exploring “the why of where”.