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  • Ewing Schools Release: Parkway Teacher Leigh Cline Named as Mercer County Educator of the Year!

    Parkway Elementary School teacher Mrs. Leigh Cline has been honored as the Mercer County Educator of the Year for the 2022-2023 school year! Cline, a second grade teacher at Parkway, was awarded this prestigious honor by the New Jersey Department of Education after a highly competitive, rigorous process involving all the educators who were selected as Educators of the Year from their schools throughout all Mercer County school districts. There will be a virtual celebration held to recognize all of the 2022-2023 County Educators of the Year for the state of New Jersey on Thursday, August 11, 2022, 10:00AM-11:30AM. Ewing Schools Community members are invited to join in and watch the festivities.

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  • Parkway Elementary School 2022-2023 School Supply List

    Happy Summer! Please 'click' this link for a list of school supplies requested for students for the 2022-2023 school year. See you on Tuesday, September 6th with your smile!

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  • Parkway Panthers Turned Paleontologists

    During the Spring of 2021, Mrs. Tink's 3rd Grade class proudly built a dinosaur garden in Parkway's Courtyard. The garden was meant to provide students with interactive and sensory learning opportunities. However, due to the Covid restrictions at the time, the garden became more observational than interactional. Now a year later with Covid cases on the decline, Mrs. Tink's current 3rd-grade class is revitalizing the project with the goal of making the garden truly interactive. Students are adding more plants, rocks, and dinosaurs to the garden.

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  • Parkway Panther Delivers Special Letter

    Second graders in Mrs. Lardieri's class at Parkway School practiced writing friendly letters by writing to their school mascot. They received the best surprise when Parkie came in person to deliver a special letter in return! The students were so excited that Parkie read their letters and listened to their requests to visit them! They were overjoyed to receive his letter and give Parkie some high fives until he had to return to his den!  

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  • Parkway Family STEM Night

    An evening of hands-on science, math, and engineering. A family activity were they created wiggle bots that doodled.

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  • Solving a Presidential Problem

    Mrs. Cline's second grade class at Parkway School recently spent the day completing a STEM challenge. After learning about Abraham Lincoln and George Washington in class as well as what presidents do, the students were tasked with building a structure that would allow Abe or George to give a speech from a podium on the back table. Using paper tubes, straws, construction paper, and masking tape, they went to work designing, building, testing, and improving their structures. It was a great day!

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  • Parkway Celebrates SEL Day!

    Parkway Elementary School joined in on celebrating the 3rd annual International SEL Day on Friday, March 11th! SEL stands for Social and Emotional Learning and is all about understanding how people grow and learn as well as how our experiences impact our emotions, behavior, and choices.

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  • Parkway Welcomes Tender Smile 4 Kids Mobile Dentist

    Nurse Melissa and Parkway Elementary School welcomed Tender Smile 4 Kids Mobile Dentist. Twenty-five (25) students were seen and treated during the school day and there were bright smiles all around! Tender Smile prevented students from missing school and parents from missing work for a dental appointment. Tender Smile also ensured that all children, regardless of insurance or income, could be seen and treated.

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  • Parkway Spreads Holiday Cheer in a Comfy, Cozy Way

    On December 23rd, Parkway staff and students enjoyed participating in the annual “Say Yay for Pajama Day” event to benefit Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Now in its third year at Parkway, staff and students celebrate Pajama Day by wearing pajamas or comfy clothes on the day before Winter Break. The Parkway community also donates money to CHOP for research and helping sick children. This year, Parkway raised $263.30!

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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 2019-2020 self-assessment report.

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