• 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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  • IMMEDIATE RELEASE: For Second Consecutive Year, Ewing Schools Named to the College Board's Honor Roll for Significant Gains in Student Achievement

    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 that this is the second consecutive year the Ewing Schools have received this honor, a rare occurrence.

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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 2016-17 self-assessment report.

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  • Ewing Public Schools STAFF Spotlight: Meet Shari Barkin

    What do you like best about Ewing? I’ve chosen to remain working in Ewing because of the pride in the community. Many of the students with whom I worked at the beginning of my career are now having children of their own who are students in our building. It is a wonderful feeling to see the same faces across the years! I also love my incredible Ewing colleagues who have become my extended family.

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  • Ewing High School Hosts Peer Leadership Symposium

    Earlier this month, Ewing High School hosted a symposium of Peer Leaders from around Mercer County. During the symposium, students shared ideas on leadership and community involvement, and crafted mission statements for their Peer Leadership programs. The feature speaker of the event was EHS alum Claire Ehret, a former Peer Leader now attending The College of New Jersey.

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  • Ewing Schools Welcome New School Security Coordinator

    On January 14th, the Ewing Schools will welcome John “Jay” Shaler as the newest School Security Coordinator in the district. Mr. Shaler will be the fifth School Security Coordinator for the Ewing Schools. These staff members work with the administrative team to help make the schools safe and positive learning environments for the students, and serve as adaptive experts on school security protocol and crisis management. Mr. Shaler will be based at Antheil Elementary School.

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  • The Ewing Public Schools Board of Education BOE Briefs: January 7th, 2019

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  • January is School Board Recognition Month!

    Board of Education members are unpaid volunteers who devote a tremendous amount of time to serve the community. In honor of this event, we asked our Board members what they found to be the most rewarding aspect of their work. Please 'click' to read their comments.

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  • EHS Senior Spotlight: Meet Henry Hutchinson

    My favorite part of Ewing High School is the opportunities I have been given through my educational journey. I was able to play baseball and participate in Math League. I was given the chance to be a Peer Leader. I had the opportunity to meet people that changed my life. The opportunities at Ewing High School for self-improvement and growth are unmatched and make this high school unique. Please 'click' to read interview.

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  • District Honored For School Safety Initiatives

    The district was commended for its recent efforts to improve safety and workplace climate for staff and students. The safety award is the fund’s highest honor, the Safety Elite II Award. The awards also came with a check back to the district in the amount of $3,000 which the district can use to support their safety initiatives.

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  • REFERENDUM ROUNDUP

    Welcome to the first Referendum Roundup of 2019!

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  • The Ewing Public Schools STAFF Spotlight: Meet Sarah Burdick

    When a student leaves your classroom at the end of the year, what do you want them to remember most? I want them to remember that the purpose of school is not to memorize or regurgitate facts; it's about thinking creatively and abstractly. I want them to question and to challenge, and I want them to eventually discover the satisfaction that comes with being a life-long learner.

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  • Superintendent Nitti and Mr. Hauserman Complete School Safety Specialist Training

    The certification process involved completion of FEMA’s Incident Command System training and then partaking in an intensive four-day school security seminar sponsored by the New Jersey Department of Education, the Department of Homeland Security, and other related entities.

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  • IMMEDIATE RELEASE: EHS Cheerleaders Win Title!

    The Ewing High School cheerleaders participated in the ultra-competitive Colonial Valley Conference Cheerleading Championships earlier this month and walked away with first place honors. “We are so incredibly proud of each and everyone one of the girls and their championship-winning routine,” Co-coach Amanda Salvitty remarked. “As coaches we could not have asked for a better team or a better outcome for our season.” Click to read more.

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  • Superintendent Presents on Focus on Students' Emotional and Psychological Health

    Since September of 2017, the district’s Post-Secondary Task Force has focused on the social-emotional wellness of Ewing’s students. A group of stakeholders with relevance and expertise have met throughout the year to talk about issues impacting student’s mental health. Focus has included the impact of educational practices on student anxiety and stress, and an examination of programs that the district offers that promote emotionally healthy children. Please 'click' to read article.

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  • Youth Mental Health First Aid Partnership with TCNJ

    One of the Ewing Board of Education’s goals is to examine and evaluate issues related to emotional and psychological wellness of our students. The Ewing Public School District was invited to join in a partnership and grant proposal with The College of New Jersey (TCNJ); focusing on mental health awareness, which aligns with the Board goals.

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  • IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Ewing Public Schools Bond Referendum Approved

    Voters in Ewing Township went to the polls yesterday and approved the Board of Education’s EPS Referendum ’18. Please 'click' to read press release.

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  • 20 YEARS OF FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS!

    On October 19th, Ewing High School Football will take on Cinnaminson under the lights on Bruce Martz Field at the John B. Housman Athletic Complex. And while a night football game may not elicit tremendous surprise or emotion in Ewing now, twenty years ago that was not the case.

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  • Ewing Schools: A Leader in Unified Education

    Over the past several years, the district has implemented several innovative offerings that have garnered the attention of educators and administrators from around the state. Under the leadership of administrators Harry Louth, David Hauserman and Bud Kowal, the district has integrated a progressive Unified Physical Education course and an ambitious Unified Sports Program. Furthermore, the school system continues with a high level of involvement with the Special Olympics that includes sports camps and special programming.

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  • Ewing Schools Receives 10K Grant from Special Olympics

    The Ewing Schools’ inclusive physical education practices and unified athletic programs have become a model for school districts around the state and country. As a Play Unified Grant recipient school, the Ewing Schools aims to establish our schools as Unified Champion Schools, creating and implementing Inclusive Youth Leadership, Unified Sports and Whole School Engagement activities that promote inclusion, equality, friendships and dignity among students with and without disabilities.

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  • Antheil Teacher Makes Her Mark!

    Antheil School Media Specialist Joanna Papadopoulos has made quite an impression in the education profession over the past several years, and has emerged as an authoritative figure in her field. Please 'click' headline to read press release.

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  • IMPORTANT: Genesis Parent Portal Information 2018-19!

    The Ewing Public Schools uses Genesis as its student management system. As the district continues to support sustainability initiatives and foster positive school to home communication, we are expanding usage of the Genesis Parent Access. Currently, district wide, parents complete five (5) “opening of school” forms through the Genesis Parent Access. For the 2018-19 school year, there will be six (6) “opening of school” forms as well as other new features. 'Click' for important information!

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  • 2018-2019 Administrative/Management Staffing Chart

    Please 'click' to open the PDF of the Ewing Public Schools 2018-2019 Administrative/Management staffing chart.

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  • Who to Contact When...2018-19

    On occasion, a parent may have a concern, complaint, suggestion or request related to a school decision or policy. Many questions are easily and completely answered by communicating directly with the person in charge of the class or program. Each situation should first be addressed at whatever level the initial action was taken, with appeals moving on to the next level in the chain of command.

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  • The Classroom With a Scoreboard: The Important Role of Athletics in Education

    by Michael Nitti, Superintendent - Please 'click' to read article.

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  • Ewing High School History: A Look Back at EHS Football Uniforms

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  • The Ewing Public Schools Sustainable New Jersery

    Please 'click' to view the PowerPoint presentation on the district's continuing Sustainable Jersey initiatives.

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  • Ewing Apparel - Buy Online

    You can now buy customized EHS and FMS apparel on the Ewing Athletic schedule web page. Open this headline for details and links!

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