• Ewing Schools Release: Update on School Security

    As you know, in December, the Ewing Schools and districts around the state and nation, had the frustrating task of dealing with social media-generated rumors regarding school security that caused a significant amount of stress and anxiety in communities. Please 'click' this headline for important update from the Superintendent regarding some of the school security measures that we have put in place and future endeavors that are being considered.  Thank you.

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  • Ewing Schools Community Update:  January 24th, 2022 Board of Education Meeting Information

    The Ewing Township Board of Education will meet on Monday, January 24th, 2022 at 7:00PM in the Antheil Elementary School auditorium. The public is invited to attend the meeting in the Antheil Elementary School auditorium. Masks must be worn, and strict physical distancing protocols will be implemented. This meeting will not be live-streamed. The Agenda for the meeting will be made live on Friday, January 21st.

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  • January is Board of Education Recognition Month!

    January is School Board Recognition Month in New Jersey, in honor of the “countless hours, without remuneration” spent by nearly 5,000 local board members who oversee operations in 580 school districts. Governor Phil Murphy has acknowledged the important role board members play in making New Jersey’s public schools among the best in the nation. In honor of School Board Recognition Month, we asked our current Board members to share with us recollections of their favorite teacher! Thank you to all BOE members past and present!

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  • EHS Senior Spotlight January 2022: Meet Cameron Rodriguez

    What would you like people to know about Ewing High School? Something that people fail to realize is that Ewing High School is a very supportive community. From teachers, to administrators, to counselors, all aspects of the school want to see each student succeed. Most go above and beyond to support the students and make sure everyone is heading on the path to success, it is truly one of Ewing’s strongest assets. Please 'click' on the headline to enjoy Cameron's interview.

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  • The Ewing Public Schools Reorganizes for 2022

    The Ewing Township Board of Education met on January 10th in the Fisher Middle School cafeteria to conduct the annual BOE reorganization meeting. School Business Administrator/Board Secretary Dennis Nettleton opened the meeting and read into the record the official results of the November BOE election. He then conducted the oath of office for returning Board members Deborah Delutis, who was elected to her second term on the Board, Lisa McConnell, who was elected to her third term on the Board and Anthony Messina, who was elected to his fourth term on the Board. The Board then conducted its election for President, which resulted in the nomination and unanimous selection of Anthony Messina, who will lead the Board in 2022. It will be Mr. Messina’s third stint as BOE President. The Board then unanimously elected Deborah Delutis as Vice President.

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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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  • Ewing Schools Community Update: FMS Vocal and EHS Vocal Concerts Postponed

    As a result of a significant number of potential student-musician absences, the Fisher Middle School Vocal and Ewing High School Vocal Concerts originally scheduled for this week have been postponed. The Fisher Vocal Concert will move to Wednesday, January 26th 7:00PM, Fisher Middle School Auditorium. The Ewing High Vocal Concert will move to Thursday, January 27th, 7:00PM, Fisher Middle School Auditorium. Thank you for your understanding. We are looking forward to seeing our middle school instrumental musicians perform!

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  • Ewing Schools Community Update: FMS Band and Orchestra Concerts Postponed

    As a result of a significant number of potential student-musician absences, the Fisher Middle School Band and Orchestra Concerts originally scheduled for this week have been postponed. The Fisher Orchestra Concert will move to Tuesday, January 18th, 7:00 p.m., Fisher Middle School Auditorium. The Fisher Band Concert will move to Thursday, January 20th, 7:00 p.m., Fisher Middle School Auditorium. Questions please contact Mr. Brock Mislan, District Supervisor of K-12 Humanities.

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  • REVISED EHS WINTER ATHLETICS ADMISSION POLICY

    Updated January 3rd, 2022: As a result of a worsening public health situation, we have revised our EHS Winter Athletics Admission Policy. Please 'click' this headline for important information regarding attendance at EHS Winter Athletic events.

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  • EHS Students Head to Special Olympics USA Games!

    Every four years, Special Olympics athletes from all over the United States compete in the Special Olympics USA Games. This year, more than 5,500 athletes will head to Orlando to compete at the highest level. This year, Ewing High School classmates Zachary Whyte and Kyle Delutis will proudly put on Team New Jersey garb and represent their state and school at this prestigious competition. Whyte will be there as an athlete, participating in track events, while Delutis will serve as a unified partner for bowling. 'Click' to read about these great EHS student ambassadors!

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  • The Ewing Public Schools Proudly Announce Governor Educators of the Year 2021-2022!

    CONGRATULATIONS! The Ewing Public Schools proudly announce our Governor Educators of the Year for 2021-2022: Ewing High School - Mrs. Barbara A. Dennis-Garcia; Fisher Middle School - Mr. Peter Silipino; Antheil Elementary School: Ms. Katie J. Schuh; Lore Elementary School: Mrs. Sharon Sharlin and Parkway Elementary School: Mrs. Leigh A. Clline!

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  • Ewing Public Education Foundation (EPEF): January 2022 Happy New Year!

    Happy New Year! So what does this year have in store for us? It’s TWENTY TWENTY-TWO with so much to do, to get done and to get accomplished! Here we go!

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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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  • 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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  • District Release: Community Update-Covid, School Security

    Thank you for your understanding with regard to today’s decision to close school. As we head into the final stretch before winter break of this challenging school year, I wanted to take a moment to briefly touch on key issues and ask the school community and our families for assistance. Please 'click' this headline for important information from the Superintendent of Schools.

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  • District Release: Fisher Middle School Winter Athletics Spectator Attendance

    On Monday, December 13th, the Fisher Middle School Winter Athletic Season will begin with a Home Girls Basketball Game vs Grover Middle School. Unfortunately, as the season is set to commence, the public health news continues to worsen, with COVID-19 cases increasing both locally and statewide, and growing concerns about a new variant. Please 'click' this headline for an important information regarding attendance at FMS Athletic Events. Only ADULT Family members of the participating student-athletes will be allowed to attend. No students or minors will be admitted, unless special accommodations have been provided by the administration.

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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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  • 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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