• 2022- 2023 Welcome Letter

    Welcome Back to School. We are excited to start the 2022 - 2023 school year on Tuesday, September 6th. Please click on the link to see Principal Harrison's Welcome Letter.

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  • 2022 - 2023 Classroom Supply Lists

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  • Register NOW for May 2022 Kindergarten Roundup!

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  • Racing to Zero!

    Antheil Elementary School’s Ms. Tirrell and Mrs. Hartigan’s Math class are having FUN playing Race to Zero!  They are using base 10 materials to subtract.  Using manipulatives and playing games makes Math more meaningful and builds better understanding. 

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  • PBIS Committee Hosts ‘Classroom Feud’ Gameshow at Antheil

    Antheil Elementary School's Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS) Committee put on a 'Classroom Feud' gameshow styled after the popular TV game show, 'The Family Feud'. Student contestants were nominated by their teachers when representing the Four R's of Antheil; Respect, Responsibility, Resourceful, and being Ready to Learn.

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  • mmmmm… “Calm Spot” at Antheil!

    Mrs. Alicia Beachem was awarded a grant from First Day of School Foundation to create a "Calm Spot" in her classroom to help students with emotional dysregulation. Students LOVE the new space!

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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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  • Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office Internet Safety Program at Antheil

    On March 8th members of the Mercer County Prosecutor's Office visited Antheil Elementary School to discuss internet safety. Two assemblies were held, one for 2nd & 3rd graders and one for 4th & 5th graders. Senior Assistant Prosecutor Jennifer Moran, Lieutenant Natischa Clark and Detective Ryan Minnick taught the students about not sharing passwords, the dangers of cyber bullying and to know exactly who you are communicating with when using social media apps and online gaming.

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  • Ewing Police Read to Antheil Kindergarteners

    On March 2nd, Dr. Seuss’s birthday, members of the Ewing Police Department visited Antheil's Kindergarten classes to read to the students. Shown here is Officer Herbe and Officer Bruno visiting with Mrs. Washington's class.

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  • Antheil Read Across America Week

    Antheil Elementary School observed Reading Across America Week the week of February 28th - March 4th. The week's activities involved guest readers, themed dress-up days and a door decorating contest. Pictured are some of the decorated doors the staff prepared for the students.

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  • Ewing Kiwanis Present Antheil PTO Donation for Mobile Book Fair

    EWING KIWANIS club presented a check for four hundred dollars in support of the Antheil Book Mobile program to be held later in the school year. EWING KIWANIS has supported the Book Mobile programs for more than twenty years and has donated to each of the Ewing elementary schools more than $8,000. 

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  • Antheil Kindergarten Celebrate Chinese New Year!

    The Antheil Kindergarten classes learned about the Chinese New Year leading up to February 1st. The students read about it in their Library classes, colored masks in their Art classes and created dragons in their regular classrooms. The lessons culminated in a Chinese New Year parade around the school.

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  • Antheil PTO Hosts Yeti Drawing Event

    The Antheil PTO hosted a Yeti drawing event after school. Art Teacher, Ms. Gillian Brindle and Music Teacher, Ms. Anita Davidson led the students in making and coloring their own Yeti's. All of the students were very creative and had a great time!

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  • Chromebook Technology Device Insurance Information: Gallagher One2One Risk Solutions

    The Ewing Public Schools is partnering with One2One Risk Solutions to provide accident and loss protection for our schools' one to one program. Registering with One2One and PURCHASING a damage waiver will protect you from the full cost to repair or replace your district-issued device and limit your responsibility to a per-occurrence deductible, should a loss occur. 'CLICK' this headline for information.

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  • Who Should I Contact When...2021-2022

    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. Please 'click' for contact information.

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  • Ms. Tirrell’s Class Celebrate Patriot’s Day

    For Patriot's Day, Ms. Tirrell's 2nd grade class learned about what is a “Patriot”. Together, the class determined that a Patriot is: someone who keeps us safe; a hero; someone who is proud of our country; someone who protects our country!

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  • $25 for 25 Years Capital Campaign

    Since 1994, EPEF has awarded thousands of dollars of grants to Ewing Educators for innovative programming that directly benefits our community's greatest asset, the children in our community. Supporting programs and experiences for our students in Science, Math, Technology, Music, the Arts and civic programs has been our hallmark. Your support helps to fund these programs without the use of taxpayer dollars. Be a Giver! Support the $25 for 25 Capital Campaign.

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  • Attendance

    Help Your Child Succeed in School: Build the Habit of Good Attendance Early School success goes hand in hand with good attendance!

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  • Strategies for Teaching Your Child To Read

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  • Ewing Recreation Department Information

    In an effort to support the district and Township sustainability/greening initiatives, information and forms pertaining to Ewing Rec opportunities and events can be found in our virtual backpack.

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