• Important District Communication: “In-Person” Instructional Programming Update December 4th 10AM

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  • Ewing Schools Update: EHS Winter Athletics

    As we continue to navigate the COVID-19 public health crisis, the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association has made the decision to conduct a winter high school athletic season. Again, the Board and administration received and reviewed this decision cautiously, as our foremost priority is the health and safety of our students and staff. That being stated, acknowledging the many educational and emotional health benefits of scholastic athletics, we have made the decision to move forward cautiously with Ewing High School’s participation in NJSIAA’s winter interscholastic sports season. Please 'click' this headline for press release and important information for EHS student-athletes.

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  • SENIOR STANDOUTS LEAD EHS FIELD HOCKEY

    As the Ewing High School Field Hockey team navigated a season unlike any other, the squad knew it could count on three outstanding seniors to provide leadership. Faced with a late start to the season as high schools and the NJSIAA navigated the pandemic, and then very small numbers as several athletes decided not to participate, the shorthanded team soldiered through the season. Under the leadership of the Class of 2021’s Rachel Messina, Elisa Davila and Monica Wang, the young and enthusiastic squad had the opportunity to represent their school and compete against their county counterparts. Please 'click' this headline to read article.

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  • EHS Senior Spotlight: Meet Patrick Carlos Delfosse, III

    After I graduate from Ewing High School, I am planning to attend Arizona State University to become an Architect in the Architecture field. I will be focusing on creating modern buildings associated with benefitting both people and our environment. My Favorite Quote - “Strive For Progress, Not Perfection”

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  • 20-21 School Weather Emergency Information

    "Snow Day or Virtual Learning Day?" by Michael Nitti, Superintendent

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  • Ewing Education Foundation

    Celebrating 24 years the Ewing Public Education Foundation (EPEF) has championed education by providing grants to teachers and awarding scholarships to graduating seniors. This year, EPEF awarded $7,000 in scholarships and funded a list of 18 grants totaling $26,735.

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  • Ewing Schools Update: November 29th 5PM

    A reminder that the Ewing Schools have moved to fully virtual instruction for this week. We wanted to update you on COVID-related issues that emerged as the holiday week came to an end and over the weekend. Please 'click' the headline to read important information. Thank you.

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  • The Ewing Public Schools Board of Education BOE Briefs: November 23rd, 2020

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  • Important District Communication: District Pivots to Virtual Learning Monday, November 30th - Friday, December 4th

    The entire school district will pivot to a fully virtual learning platform for the week of Monday, November 30th to Friday, December 4th. Our goal is to reopen our in-person learning programs on Monday, December 7th. Please read the important letter from Superintendent Nitti.

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  • Important District Communication: COVID-19 Update Tuesday, November 17th, 2020

    CONTACT TRACING IS COMPLETE! We learned today that an Antheil Elementary School student has tested positive for COVID-19. That student was last in school on Friday, November 13th. Contact tracing is currently being conducted by our in-district certified contact investigators. Staff and students deemed to be in close contact will be shifted to virtual work. Upon completion of contact tracing, Antheil Elementary School will send out an Instant Alert. 'Click' for additional important information.

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  • Ewing High School and Fisher Middle School Parent Letter Change in Program

    As was previously communicated prior to the start of the school year, there is an opportunity for FMS and EHS students to switch to another program for the second (2nd) quarter which begins November 16th. It is expected that students will then remain in this placement for the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year. The Genesis Parent Access Registration Request Change Form will be available November 18th -24th . Only complete the Genesis registration form if you want to request a change in your child’s learning program. You do not need to complete the registration form for your child to remain in their current program. You will indicate whether your child will switch to the In-Person School or the Virtual Learning Program 2.0. 'CLICK' this headline for important information.

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  • Ewing Schools Welcome New School Security Coordinators

    As we make our way through the 20-21 school year, the Ewing Schools are welcoming two new School Security Coordinators to serve the students and school community. John Stemler joins Antheil Elementary School as their new School Security Coordinator. Mr. Stemler recently retired after 27 years of service with the Ewing Township Police Department, rising from patrol officer to police chief, a position he held from 2014 until his retirement earlier this year. William Wolverton is joining the Fisher Middle School team as their new School Security Coordinator. Mr. Wolverton joins the Ewing Schools after his retirement from the Ewing Police Department where he served for 25 years as a Patrol Officer and Detective. Please join us giving them a warm welcome to the Ewing Schools community.

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  • Important District Communication: FMS and OBA to be Fully Virtual until Monday, November 30th

    CONTRACT TRACING IS COMPLETED! We have learned that a second Fisher Middle School staff member has tested positive for COVID-19. Neither staff member was a classroom teacher, and one had worked mostly virtually with students and has not been in the building since November 2nd. Contact tracing and notifications of potentially impacted students are currently taking place regarding the newest case. FMS and OBA will send out an instant alert when the process is completed. Based upon feedback and “best practice” guidance from public health officials and other stakeholders with relevance and expertise, we have made the decision to make Fisher Middle School and the O’Brien Academy fully virtual until Monday, November 30th. (A Day)

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  • Important District Communication: FMS to be Fully Virtual on Friday, November 13th 2020

    We learned today that a staff member at Fisher Middle School tested positive for COVID-19. Due to our daily screening and protocols, that staff member has not been at the school since Monday, November 2nd. We also learned about a potential home exposure for a student. As a result, Fisher Middle School will be Fully Virtual for all students on Friday, November 13th. Please 'click' for letter from the Superintendent.

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  • EHS Athletics Celebrate Fall Senior Student-Athletes

    Please 'click' this headline to view photographs of our senior student-athletes being honored by their coaches and teammates.

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  • Governor’s Educator of the Year Program - Staff and Parent Nomination Form

    The New Jersey Department of Education has announced a new process for the Governor’s Educator of the Year Program. We are proud to have caring and dedicated educators who positively impact the lives of our students and support the district mission of “providing a foundation for life”. If you would like to nominate a teacher for this award, please complete the attached Nomination Form and narrative. The Nomination Form will also be available on your building website and/or main office counter. All nomination forms are due to your building’s principal by November 11, 2020.

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  • Week of Respect in the Ewing Schools!

    The first Monday in October of each school year is designated as the Week of Respect in New Jersey! School districts observe this week by providing age-appropriate instruction focusing on promoting a positive and harmonious learning environment. Please 'click' to take a look around the Ewing Schools as we celebrated the Week of Respect!

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  • Important District Communication: Ewing High School Football COVID-19 Case

    We learned this afternoon that a student-athlete member of the Ewing High School football team has tested positive for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). This unfortunate development will result in a 14-day shutdown of the Ewing High School football program and most likely the ending of the season. The student-athlete involved is a member of our Virtual Learning Program and has not been in Ewing High School. However, out of an abundance of caution, we are asking all Ewing High School football team members to switch to virtual learning for the foreseeable future as we conduct contact tracing. We will also ask our faculty football coaches to switch to working virtually as well. Our trained district contact tracers will investigate this evening to determine if any other students were in contact with this individual and should quarantine based upon potential exposure. Please 'click' for additional information.

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  • COVID-19 School Notification: Positive COVID-19 Case at Lore Elementary School

    This letter is to inform you that a student at Lore Elementary School has tested positive for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). The District is working closely with public health officials and following CDC, state, and local health department guidance in order to assure the health and safety of our community. Our trained COVID-trackers have conducted contact tracing. In accordance with prevailing guidance, any Lore School staff or student believed to have possibly been in close contact with this student have already been contacted, and, out of an abundance of caution, will be kept out of school and do their work virtually until Monday, November 16th. If you have not received a phone call, your child was found not be in close contact with this student. Please 'click' for letter.

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  • 2020 Ewing Township Board of Education Election Results (Unofficial)

    The Mercer County Clerk has released unofficial results of the 2020 Ewing Township School Board Election. Please 'click' this headline. Thank you

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