• Ewing Schools Community Update: July 26th, 2021 Board of Education Meeting

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  • EHS Alumni Update: Get to know Alexis Pope EHS ’17!

    Alexis Pope was a standout student-athlete during her time at Ewing High School. She continued her academic and athletic career at the University of Rochester, graduating with honors in May. She is now studying as a Fulbright Scholar in Germany and a graduate student at Vanderbilt University. Please 'click' this headline to enjoy this alumni update!

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  • Ewing Schools Students Ages 12-17 Get your COVID-19 Pfizer Vaccination at Ewing National Night Out on August 3rd 6:00PM-8:00PM

    Ewing National Night Out will be held at the Ewing Senior Community Center located at 999 Lower Ferry Road, Ewing, NJ. Walk-in and get your COVID-19 vaccine to start the school year off right!

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  • Hill, Quigley Presented with Kovalsky Scholarships

    On a warm June afternoon, in between the two fields where Ewing Schools’ educator James Kovalsky spent so much of his life coaching and teaching Ewing baseball and football players, two outstanding Ewing High School student-athletes were presented $1,000 scholarships in honor and memory of the legendary “Coach K”. Please 'click' this headline to review this article. Thank you.

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  • Ewing Schools Release: Planning for the Reopening of Schools for 21-22

    Community Presentation on Monday, August 16th at FMS at 7PM

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  • The Ewing Public Schools Board of Education BOE Briefs: June 28th, 2021

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  • District Contracts with Boys and Girls Club of Mercer County to Provide Elementary After-School Care 2021-2022

    The Ewing Township Board of Education approved a contract with the Boys and Girls Club of Mercer County to provide after-school care at the district’s elementary schools. The Boys and Girls Club program will replace the in-house afterschool care programming previously offered by the district known as PM EDP (Afternoon Extended Day Program). The district will still be providing the AM EDP (Morning Extended Day Program) at each of the elementary schools. Please 'click' for additional information.

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  • Antoni Joins the Ewing Schools as Director of Assessment & Counseling Services

    Dr. Jennifer Antoni was approved by the Board of Education as the district’s new Director of Assessment & Counseling Services. Antoni brings a wealth of experience to the Ewing Schools. She began her career as an English teacher and has worked for eighteen years as a counselor at Burlington City High School. Antoni brings an impressive background and skillset in counseling services to the Ewing Schools, including a comprehensive knowledge of curriculum development for career exploration, character education and trauma-informed approaches to promote student wellness. Please welcome Dr. Antoni to the district!

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  • Celebrating Fisher Middle School’s 8th Graders!

    On June 17th, the Fisher Middle School community gathered on Bruce Martz Field at Ewing High School to celebrate and honor the 8th grade students who have concluded their middle school years and will be moving to high school. At this promotion ceremony, annual awards and recognitions were bestowed upon students for achievement.

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  • Parkway Students to Take Part in Envision’s National Youth Leadership Forum: Pathways to STEM

    Ewing, NJ – This summer, Parkway School student, Serenity Charles, will join outstanding elementary school students from across the state to take part in a unique academic and career-oriented development experience, the National Youth Leadership Forum (NYLF): Pathways to STEM, taking place at The College of New Jersey in Ewing, New Jersey. Next year, the summer of 2022, Parkway School student, Rhian Dorival will attend the program.

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  • Ewing School Unified Programs Celebrate Respect Week!

    The Ewing Township Public Schools' Unified Programs hosted their annual Respect Week from May 17th to May 21st! In previous years, the district's Respect Week hosted a weeklong of themed dress up days and culminated with Unified Field Days. This year due to the pandemic, the district's Unified Clubs and advisors designed a Covid-friendly outdoor Respect Week full of engaging activities for students in general education and special education classes across the district.

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  • EHS Senior Spotlight: Meet Kayla Hawkins

    What is your favorite quote or book? "Try not to become a person of success, but rather try to become a person of value." - Albert Einstein

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  • Ewing High School Celebrates the Class of 2021

    Over $300K in Scholarships Bestowed at Ewing High School Senior Celebration Night Marks-Lake, Tolleris Memorial, Joshua Scott Memorial Awards Highlight

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  • EWING HIGH SCHOOL CELEBRATES CLASS OF 2021 ACHIEVEMENT IN ARTS/ACTIVITIES

    Ewing High School has a rich history of achievement in the arts and activities, and the school is home to many talented and skilled students, who excel in a myriad of clubs, programs and offerings. At the Ewing High School’s “Senior Celebration”, held on Bruce Martz Field on Thursday, June 10th, EHS faculty advisor Kelly Hammer recognized the outstanding senior program student award winners for the school’s many clubs and activities.

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  • EWING HIGH SCHOOL CELEBRATES 2021 SENIOR STUDENT-ATHLETES

    Male Female Athletes of the Year/Karas-McGurk Awards Presented

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  • EHS Student-Athletes Make College Commitments

    It was a scholastic sports year unlike any other, with the COVID-19 pandemic upending high school athletics for over a year, but many Ewing High School student-athletes had the opportunity to put on the blue and white and represent the Blue Devils. Once again this year, a number of EHS student-athletes from the Class of 2021 have declared their plans to continue their athletic career at the collegiate level and announced their college commitments.

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  • EHS English Teacher Releases New Book

    Ewing High School English teacher Nicole Bailey-Williams is a 4th generation educator with 28 years of teaching experience to her credit. For most of her teaching career, she has begun every semester with a letter that she crafts to her students, and their first assignment is always to write back to her. While her letters have not been personalized, they have sparked wonderful relationships with her high school students who recognized the letters as both introductions to AND investments in them. Please 'click' to enjoy this article.

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  • Unified Program Showcases Fitness Trackers!

    The Ewing Schools have been a leader with regard to inclusive instruction and athletics, spiced with a little innovation. That was again displayed this May, as Ewing Township's Unified Programs received fitness trackers to help motivate participation in fitness activities and initiatives for Ewing students across the district from the Ewing Township Education Association (ETEA).

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  • The Lifelong Legacy of Ewing’s ‘Coach K’

    A coach serves as a mentor, role model, and motivational force. The relationship between a good coach and athlete is a unique one, consisting of many different, often conflicting emotions, but always characterized by a strong, if sometimes begrudging, respect. Testament to this everlasting influence of a coach and their lifelong impact has been the outpouring of appreciation for legendary Ewing Schools’ educator James Kovalsky, who sadly passed away on September 1st, 2019. 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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  • Mr. Griffiths Leaves a Lasting Legacy

    The Ewing Schools Community was deeply saddened by the passing of longtime Ewing High educator Dave Griffiths last October. The popular teacher, coach and Ewing native, who touched many lives during his long career, had recently retired and moved to North Carolina. As it turned out, Mr. Griffiths was not done teaching, nor positively impacting the Ewing School community. In his will, Griffith bequeathed many mementos, souvenirs and historical items from his lengthy global travels to Ewing High School. Please 'click' this headline to read article.

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