• Welcome to the Ewing Public Schools Website

    Click on the headlines below for additional information and/or photos. Check our Virtual Backpacks for school/district notices as well as community events information.

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  • EHS Senior Spotlight Meet: Lawrence Boadi

    Who has impacted your life in a positive way? Mrs. Masterson: for encouraging me to believe that the sky's the limit as well as any dream I have is tangible.

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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 2017-18 self-assessment report.

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  • Parkway Cares about our Community!

    "We believe deeply in developing the whole child," Parkway Principal Nicole Harris stated. "A large part of that mission is promoting an appreciation of being compassionate citizens who give back to the community."

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  • Board Presentation on Community Transitions Program

    "Active participation in our community means not only creating opportunities for our students but also encouraging engagement with local businesses and organizations through meaningful employment experiences," Mr. Louth stated. "This emphasis on equity and inclusivity builds self-confidence and self-advocacy in our students."

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  • Random Acts of Reading

    Students should be on the lookout for a Random Act of Reading book. They may spot books in the hallways, on the playground, in the cafeteria, or somewhere unexpected.

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  • ESL Family Night

    ESL families from across the district celebrated the new school year with a graduation ceremony. This year, fifteen students earned the distinction of scoring above a 4.5 on the ACCESS for ELLS assessment, which is administered in schools across the country.

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  • IMMEDIATE RELEASE: The Ewing Public Schools BOE Board Briefs: November 25th, 2019

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  • Staff Spotlight: Meet Megan O'Halloran Soltysik

    Ewing High School's own Mrs. Soltysik ran the New York City Marathon on November 3rd just a few weeks ago on a beautiful Sunday morning. Please read the interview about this outstanding educator.

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  • Ewing Schools Honor Veteran's Day

    As the Ewing Public Schools community joined the rest of the country in honoring those who served their country on Veteran's Day, we thought it would be nice to share with you the some of the many activities and events held throughout the district that honored our military heroes.

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  • Ewing Athletics Cares About Our Community

    The fall sports season featured both the Ewing High School Field Hockey and Girls Soccer team taking part in "Play for the Cure" games on behalf of cancer research and fundraising.

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  • Caring about our Community: EHS!

    The Ewing Schools have a long tradition of doing positive things for the community, and the staff and students at Ewing High School have always been an integral part of the projects that illustrate the district theme of "Caring about our Community".

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  • 2019 Ewing Township Board of Education Election Results (Unofficial)

    November 6, 2019 10:45AM

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  • Antheil Principal Announces Retirement

    The Board of Education accepted the resignation due to retirement, effective January 1st, 2020, of Antheil Elementary School Principal Jennifer Whitner. Please 'click' for announcement.

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  • Ewing Public Education Foundation (EPEF)

    Each year for the past 23 years, the Ewing Public Education Foundation follows its important mission of raising funds to support teacher grants for innovative programs and scholarships benefiting our Ewing students. EPEF is an independent non-profit organization and every year we continue to meet our goals of giving back to our community. To date we have raised over $750K, but we couldn't do it without you! www.EPEF.org

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  • EHS Girls Soccer Plays in Support of Marks-Lake Foundation

    When Ewing High School Girls Soccer took on Robbinsville on Tuesday, October 1st at 6:30PM it was for a very special cause. The Blue Devils battled the Ravens in support of Debbie Marks-Lake Foundation Scholarship and to raise colorectal cancer awareness.

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  • Caring About Our Community!

    The Ewing Schools have a long history of giving back to the community, and for the 2019-20 school year that tradition is encapsulated by the district theme "Caring about our Community!" Over on Lower Ferry Road, the staff and staff and students of Fisher Middle School certain

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  • IMMEDIATE RELEASE: The Lifelong Legacy of Ewing's 'Coach K'

    Testament to this everlasting influence of a coach and their lifelong impact has been the outpouring of appreciation for legendary Ewing School's educator James Kovalsky, who sadly passed away on September 1st. Universally known as "Coach K," Kovalsky spent decades on the fields of the Ewing Schools as a football and baseball coach.

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  • Ewing Schools Named to the College Board's Honor Roll

    The Ewing Public Schools is one of only 433 school districts in the U.S. and Canada being honored by the College Board with placement on the 7th Annual AP District Honor Roll for increasing access to AP course work while simultaneously maintaining or increasing the percentage of students earning scores of 3 or higher on AP Exams. Perhaps most significant is two years in a row the Ewing Schools received this honor, a rare occurrence.

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  • OBA Playground Dedication

    "This wonderful playground has been a tremendous addition to this beneficial academic program," Board President Anthony Messina stated. "We are grateful and appreciative of the support of the mayor and township council and proud to be part of a shared services arrangement that benefits the community."

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