• Ewing Schools Community Update:  May 23rd, 2022 Board of Education Meeting Information

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  • Ewing High School Inducts National Honor Society Members

    On Wednesday May 18th, during a ceremony held in the beautifully refurbished Ewing High School auditorium, the Ewing High School chapter of the National Honor Society accepted and inducted its newest members. The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Character.

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  • Ewing Schools Release: COVID Management Team Update-Friday, May 13th

    For the first time in a very long time, Mercer County moved back into the “High” category on the weekly New Jersey Department of Health COVID-19 Activity Level Report. As a result, we are recommending the wearing of high quality masks for students and staff for the next several weeks as we continue to monitor and evaluate this situation, especially when adequate physical distancing cannot be established.  Please 'click' on this headline for an important communication from the Ewing Schools COVID Management Team.

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  • EHS Artists Achieve at Teen Arts Festival

    It was an exciting day for the talented student artists of Ewing High School at the annual Teen Arts Festival, which was taking place live and in-person for the first time since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic.  Ewing High School had a fantastic turnout with eight (8) 2D pieces and eleven (11) 3D pieces entered into the visual arts portion of the competition. The big news of the day was that talented EHS senior Makayla McCloskey’s sculpture not only advanced to the State-level of the competition, but was selected as a traveling piece, and will now be showcased throughout the state, being displayed in different municipalities for the year.

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  • EHS Performing Arts Recognized by Rising Star Awards

    The Ewing High School Drama Program’s recent spring production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee has been honored by the prestigious Paper Mill Playhouse’s Rising Star Awards.   The Paper Mill Playhouse Rising Star Awards are considered to be the pinnacle of high school theater awards in New Jersey. Congratulations to Jayden White who was nominated for Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Male Role and to Maddie Marsola who was nominated for Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Female Role.

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  • EHS Senior Spotlight May 2022: Meet Yeshem Imam

    What are your plans after you graduate from Ewing High School?  I plan to attend The College of New Jersey as I have been accepted there with the Presidential and Lions’ Pride scholarship, a merit-based scholarship, and I will major in Biology. After that I plan to attend medical school and eventually become a doctor.

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  • Registration for Kindergarten Roundup for The Ewing Public Schools is OPEN!

    Spread the word...The Ewing Public Schools Kindergarten Roundup Registration is OPEN NOW for September 2022! Makeup Kindergarten Roundup will be held the end of May. Go to the Registration site and register your child today!

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  • AMENDED Ewing Public Schools 2021-2022 District School Calendar

    Please review the amended Ewing Public Schools 2021-2022 District School Calendar. School will now also be closed on Friday, May 27, 2022 due to an "unused weather emergency day".

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  • The Ewing Public Schools Board of Education BOE Briefs:  April 25th, 2022

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  • Ewing Schools Release: COVID Management Team Update-Thursday, April 14th

    We wanted to touch base regarding some COVID-related items as students return to school on Tuesday, April 19th. As you may have seen in media accounts, there has been a recent uptick in COVID cases in the area, most likely attributable to the emerging “stealth-Omicron” variant. This increase in cases is expected to continue, especially in the aftermath of Spring Break traveling and holiday gatherings. As a result, we are recommending the wearing of high quality masks for students and staff during the first two weeks back from Spring Break, especially when adequate physical distancing cannot be established. Please 'click' this headline for important information.

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  • EHS Girls Basketball's Allen-Threadgill Wins O'Gorman Scholarship

    EHS Girls Basketball's Jamie Allen-Threadgill was honored as this year’s female recipient of the prestigious George O’Gorman Scholarship Award.  As a sports reporter for both The Times and The Trentonian, George O’Gorman covered high school girls’ basketball for six decades. Although he reported on many competitive CVC, Prep, MCT, and NJSIAA games and championships involving the local teams, O’Gorman is best known for appreciating and highlighting the players who weren’t necessarily the stat leaders or stars of their teams.

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  • EHS April 2022 Senior Spotlight: Meet Nekhi Glover

    Success is defined by self-fulfillment, if you are genuinely content with who you are and what you have accomplished or plan to accomplish, then you are truly successful. 

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  • Ewing BOE Adjusts School Calendar Due to Unused Weather Emergency Days

    No school for students or certified teaching staff on Monday, April 18th & Friday, May 27th.

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  • Ewing Schools Release: Ewing Board of Education Approves 2022-23 Preliminary Budget

       Spending plan features a school tax rate decrease

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  • Parkway Celebrates SEL Day!

    Parkway Elementary School joined in on celebrating the 3rd annual International SEL Day on Friday, March 11th! SEL stands for Social and Emotional Learning and is all about understanding how people grow and learn as well as how our experiences impact our emotions, behavior, and choices.

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  • Black History Month in the Ewing Schools!

    “February is Black History Month.” Since the 1970s that familiar declaration has introduced countless celebrations of African-American history and achievement. Let’s take a tour around the Ewing Schools as we recognized, honored and celebrated Black History Month.

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  • EHS Girls Bowling Wins State Championship!

    It’s been a championship season at Ewing High School, with a division title and state playoff appearance in Football, county and state sectional titles for Girls Basketball, and state championships for Unified and Girls Bowling. The Girls Bowling title run was a particularly thrilling event, with Ewing and Barnegat engaged in a Valentine’s Day classic.  In the end, it took a strong team effort by all the EHS Bowlers; Sierra Reid, Mia Siminitus, Amandalynn Curtis, Eliana Otto, and Megan Rosiejka, to hold off the Bengals and claim the state title for the Blue Devils. 

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  • The Ewing Schools Announce 2021-22 Educators of the Year!

    The Ewing Schools is proud to announce the district’s recipients of the 2021-22 Governor’s Educator of the Year awards.

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  • EHS Hoops Standouts Honored by the CVCBA

    The Colonial Valley Conference Basketball Association released its end of season awards and a number of Ewing High School basketball players, from both the Boys and Girls side, received accolades.

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  • FMS Lady Eagles Soar to Middle School Championship!

    The story of the 2021-22 Fisher Middle School Girls Basketball team is one of resiliency, determination, fortitude and ultimately…triumph.

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