The Ewing Public Schools a Foundation for Life
Parkway Title I Bingo Night November 15, 2017 6:30PM
Parkway PTA Fall Book Fair November 20-22, 2017
Early Dismissal November 20-22, 2017 @ 1:40PM
NO PM Integrated Preschool on Monday, November 20, 2017
NO PM EDP Wednesday, November 22, 2017
No AM & PM Integrated Preschool on Wednesday November 22, 2017
In October, over 30 students were recognized for showing behavior ‘above and beyond the call of duty’. The Golden Pawprint is a way for staff members to recognize students for efforts made to work harder, make better choices and being committed community members of PES.
They’ve done it again! Students who attend Ewing’s elementary and middle schools have read more than half a million pages: 552,213 pages to be exact! To honor their hard work, building administrators have stepped up to celebrate! Parkway School’s students read 88,028 pages, and while it was hard to beat last year’s stunt, Principal Harris and Mr. Callea’s participated in a costume change, gymnastics, and a wacky student-created challenge.
The Parkway School PTA ushered in the new school year with the second annual Ice Cream Social. With over 100 people in attendance, teachers and parents were on hand to scoop ice cream, dole out toppings, and staff the lollipop ring toss game, photo booth and craft tables.
The Eco-Schools program encourages schools to improve student understanding of sustainability principles which helps to enhance the science curriculum by teaching the students environmental stewardship through hands on learning. 'Click' to read article and to view PowerPoint presentation.
Annually, students of Parkway School participate in a pep rally and spirit parade to commemorate the beginning of another school year. This year’s event will be held on October 6th and will coincide with the fall event, Heavenly Hats Foundation’s Fall Parade. 'Click' to read article.
The kindergarten classes at Parkway Elementary School hosted the 4th annual Alex’s Lemonade Stand during school lunches on Wednesday, September 27th. To increase student awareness the kindergarten teachers read Alex and The Amazing Lemonade Stand by Liz Scott, a book about a little girl named Alex, her fight with cancer and dream to help others.
Parkway Elementary School was honored to have its “Pawsitive Days of Service” project named a 2016 Promising Practice by the highly respected organization. Open this headline for details!