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    EHS Seniors Visit Rutgers University - New Brunswick

    On Thursday, October 6th, Rutgers University hosted a group of 40 Ewing High seniors for an official group visit. After checking in at the Visitor Center on Busch Campus, the group enjoyed a two-hour walking tour of the College Avenue campus led by Scarlet Ambassador guides. Recent Ewing High graduates Madison Burnett and Hannah Washington met the group for lunch on The Yard to share some of their experiences and advice about making the transition from high school to college. his trip marked the official return of the EHS College Tour program, which was created in 2015 with the goal of introducing our high school students to a diverse sampling of college environments with various demographics in location, size, and degree of competitiveness.    

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    EHS Early College Experience Continues at The College of New Jersey

    Ewing High School students who completed The Early College Experience at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) this summer and are now enrolled in Amy Stevens’s Intro to Digital Media class, which is co-taught with a TCNJ faculty member, took their first EHS field trip of the year when they traveled to TCNJ to check out the makerspace and lighting studio.

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  •  EHS Fall Spirit Week

    EHS Celebrates Fall Spirit Week

    Ewing High School celebrated Fall Spirit Week from October 24th-28th. With the first of our four spirit weeks in the books, the students are already counting down until Winter Spirit Week, which will be held January 9th-13th. Ultimately, the grade with the most spirit points after the final spirit week in early June will earn a trip to Six Flags!

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  •  Student dancing Salsa during EHS Spanish Club.

    Salsa con Salsa

    The EHS Spanish Club and the EHS Culinary Club worked together to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month by preparing a delicious salsa. The students also learned how to dance the Salsa and enjoyed Latin music.  It was a great activity that represented the rich culture and diversity at Ewing High School.   

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  •  Jayden White EHS Senior Spotlight for November 2022

    EHS November 2022 Senior Spotlight: Meet Jayden White

    Who is your favorite teacher and why?  There are so many staff members at Ewing High School that have had a sizable impact on my high school career, but my favorite has to be Mr. Minter. He has contributed a bunch to my vocal performance through choir, Mastersingers and the musical. Also, he’s really funny and is a great source of energy and happiness every day! I can’t forget Mrs. Caldwell and Ms. Bohnenberger too!

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    Homecoming Traditions Return to Ewing High School

    Ewing High School celebrated its first traditional Homecoming since the fall of 2019 on Saturday, September 24th. The festivities kicked off with a dominant performance by the varsity football team, who defeated Lawrence by a score of 35-0. Halftime featured a parade of the eight members of the Homecoming Senior Court: Amaris Armstrong, Nevin Davila, Jacob Schwartz, Samuel Schwartz, Jade Smith, Sydney Smith, Makayla Williams, and Jayden White. These seniors were nominated by EHS faculty for their excellence in academics, athletics, extra-curriculars, leadership, and community service and then elected by students and staff.

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  •  Ewing High School Marching Band Photograph at Summer Camp

    Ewing Schools Release:  EHS Marching Band Having the “Time of Their Lives” Performing

    This year’s band camp was a major success and the band's fall season is off to a great start.  This year the band has grown by around 10 members, and although half the band consists of freshmen, you would not know it as these young musicians have not missed a beat! This year’s field show is entitled “Time Of Your Life: The Music Of Green Day”.  The students are loving the music and having a blast sharing their passion with the community every week.   Come on out to one of our home games and don’t be afraid to stop by the band and say hello!  Go Blue Devils!

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    The Ewing Public Schools 2022-2023 Parent/Student Calendar and Handbook

    Please 'click' this headline to review the Ewing Public Schools 2022-2023 Parent/Student Calendar and Handbook.

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  •  Keeping Our Kids Safe and Healthy Online December 8, 2022

    Counseling Department Event: Keeping Our Kids Safe and Healthy Online - December 8, 2022 @ 6:30PM @ EHS Auditorium: Parent Event Kindergarten-Grade 12

    Please join Dr. Jennifer Antoni, Director of Counseling and Assessment, for an important presentation about youth and the use of technology. Key topics will include, internet safety, bullying, academic challenges, social and emotional concerns, and more.

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    The Ewing Schools Public Telephone Directory 2022-2023

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    Who to Contact When...2022-2023

    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. Please 'click' this headline for contact information.

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  •  2022-2023 District School Calendar

    The Ewing Public School District Calendar for 2022-2023

    The Ewing Township Board of Education approved the 2022-2023 Ewing Public Schools calendar at the February 29, 2022.

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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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    What Parents/Guardians Need to Know About Teen Mental Health First Aid

    EHS will conduct teen Mental Health First Aid (tMHFA) training for grade 11 students beginning this January during Health class. Please 'click' the link above for more information.

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