• IMMPRESSIVE DEBUT FOR FROSH EHS HARRIER!

    EHS freshman runner Teagan Walker is looking to make her own mark on the local running scene, and has made quite an impression in doing so during her debut campaign. After just one season, the resume building is already underway. Walker finished in first place in the prestigious New Balance Shore Conference Freshman Invitational at Holmdel, 10th in the highly competitive Mercer County Championships, and 6th in the state sectional meet, earning an invite to the state championship meet. Please 'click' this headline to enjoy the article.

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  • Senior Spotlight: Meet Nicholas Canavera

    What is your favorite memory of high school to date? My favorite high school memory is when the boy’s bowling team won the Burlington County Scholastic League tournament my freshman, sophomore and junior year. With only five boys on the team, it was a great accomplishment each year that we won. Please 'click' to enjoy the interview with Nicholas!

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  • December 2021 Newsletter: Ewing Public Schools Curriculum and Instruction Office Update

    Please 'click' this headline for important informational newsletter regarding technology devices, final exam process, upcoming technology parent event and January music performances.

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  • EHS Girls Soccer Earns Accolades

    Coming off a competitive season in the ultra-tough Colonial Valley Conference, a number of Coach Shannon Pedersen’s Ewing High Girls School Soccer players earned end of the year honors and accolades. Please 'click' for press release.

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  • Barbara A. Brower Fisher Middle School Gymnasium Ribbon Cutting & Unveiling Ceremony

    You are cordially invited to attend the ribbon cutting, unveiling and tour of the Referendum '18 renovated Barbara A. Brower Fisher Middle School gymnasium on Monday, December 20th, 2021 at 6:30PM.

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  • 21-22 School Weather Emergency Information

    By Michael Nitti, Superintendent As December begins and we start to think about dealing with winter weather, I wanted to take a moment to share some thoughts about weather emergency procedures and potential closings, delays and early dismissal. First of all, you may, quite logically given recent history, have the question: Hey, can we just pivot to fully virtual if the winter weather is bad? The short answer is: No The longer answer is: Well, if there is a declared state of emergency by the Governor and school has been closed for three consecutive days, then…maybe. So, see the short answer. This means we are back to dealing with winter weather like back in the pre-COVID days, 'click' this headline to see what that means.

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  • Alumni Update: Get to know Amanda Thackray EHS Class of 2000!

    What is your current job? I have worked concurrently as an artist and an educator for the past eight years. I teach at a variety of institutions, splitting my time between semester-long university courses, community art center courses, and shorter term workshops. Currently I am a part-time lecturer at Purchase College SUNY and Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. I teach a variety of media, typically revolving around printmaking, bookbinding, and papermaking. I have been keeping a strong studio practice for over 15 years. Currently I work out of a studio at Gallery Aferro in Newark, New Jersey. While I have always worked various jobs, even before starting my teaching practice, an overarching commitment to my studio practice has been a guiding principle. Please 'click' this link to learn more about this talented artist!

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  • Registration for Kindergarten Roundup for The Ewing Public Schools OPENS January 3, 3021!

    Spread the word...The Ewing Public Schools Kindergarten Roundup Registration OPENS - Monday, January 3, 2022!

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  • Ewing Public Education Foundation (EPEF): December 2021 Update

    During this season, EPEF wishes continued success to our partners who support our mission. They include Educational Testing Service (ETS), New Jersey Manufacturers (NJM), Church and Dwight, The Credit Union of New Jersey (CUNJ), American Properties, and teachers, administrators, staff, and families, all of whose generous donations have enabled EPEF to fulfill its mission year after year. Thank you all!

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  • The Ewing Public Schools Board of Education BOE Briefs: November 22nd, 2021

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  • EHS Softball’s Vaughn Commits to Stevenson University

    Ewing High School Softball’s Kyla Vaughn has committed to continue her academic and athletic career at Stevenson University in Maryland. “Kyla is able to bring out the best in everyone with her refreshing personality. She is gifted but yet humble,” EHS Softball head coach Dan Bernoski stated. “Ewing softball is very fortunate to have a student-athlete like her and we are excited to see what she will do in her senior season and during her college career.”

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  • EHS Football Dominates WJFL Valley Division All-Star Honors

    Coming off a division championship and a state playoff appearance, the talented members of the Ewing High School football team dominated the West Jersey Football League Valley Division All-Star Honors.

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  • EHS Baseball’s Leary Commits to Wagner University

    Ryan Leary, a standout student-athlete on the Ewing High School baseball team, committed to continuing his academic and athletic career at Wagner College on Staten Island during the early signing period.

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  • District Counseling Department November 2021 Newsletter

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  • Referendum Roundup

    The last few months of Referendum ’18 have been difficult but rewarding. As we close in on November I’m happy to say that our Ewing High School Gymnasium Project is nearly finished, and the gyms will soon be turned over to the school community a full month ahead of their scheduled completion.

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  • 2021 Ewing Township Board of Education Election Results (Unofficial)

    The Mercer County Clerk has released unofficial results of the 2021 Ewing Township School Board Election. These results will remain unofficial until certified by the Board of Elections. Please 'click' this headline for the Board of Education results.

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  • Ewing Schools Starting Off Strong!

    In early October, the Ewing Schools took part in the statewide Week of Respect. Let’s take a quick tour around the district and get a peek about how each school celebrated! Please 'click' to enjoy the artilce.

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  • Student Support Approach Presentation October 25, 2021

    Please click above title for Social Emotional Learning presentation at the October Board Meeting.

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  • EHS Athletics Update: Dearden Returns to Helm EHS Boys Basketball; Basich Takes Over EHS Wrestling

    Longtime EHS coach and educator Shelly Dearden is returning as the head coach of Ewing High School Varsity Boys Basketball, a position she held for fourteen years with tremendous success. Basich takes over a program that had a resurgence prior to the pandemic, featuring impressive performances at the county and state level by standout grapplers like Wayne Staub and Lavinsky Collins. Basich will also benefit from a growing wrestling program at Fisher Middle School.

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  • Ewing Schools Community: Covid Protocols Update October 18, 2021

    As we head into the third week October, we wanted to proved an update on some key Covid-related points as try to keep our schools as safe and healthy as possible. Most of the student Covid-cases we have been seeing and conducting contracting tracing on have involved exposures outside of school. Please do your best to physically distance, minimize large-group indoor activities, wear masks and emphasize that all eligible individuals should get vaccinated. Please 'click' this headline for additional important information.

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