• Parkway Students and Staff "Spring into Action with T.A.S.K."

    During “Spring into Action” week the students of Parkway School drew pictures and wrote letters to send to the clients of T.A.S.K. as a means of encouragement. Parkway School students were not able to make bagged breakfasts and lunches this year to send over to the facility but found a way to keep the shelves stocked. Parkway used the grant funds to purchase food items and utensils.

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  • Parkway 5th Students Given Books to Build Home Reading Libraries!

    Mrs. Eve Schroeder is a Parkway Elementary School teacher who has switched roles this school year from 3rd grade virtual teacher to an EIS ‘in-person’ teacher to a 5th grade ELA virtual teacher. While switching back and forth, Mrs. Schroeder realized that students who are learning at home do not always have access to books to read independently. With a small donation, Mrs. Schroeder was able to collect approximately 100 books from BookSmiles to give to her students. Please 'click' to enjoy the article.

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  • 2021-2022 Ewing Public Schools District Calendar

    The 2021-2022 Ewing Public Schools District School Calendar was approved at the March 15th, 2021 Board of Education meeting.

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  • Parkway to Celebrate Women’s History Month

    During the month of March, Parkway School will be celebrating Women’s History Month with a daily fact about an important woman in history. Students will be writing poems and paragraphs about what “Women’s History Month” means to them.

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  • “Every Panther One Book”

    It will be a busy month at Parkway School as they will also celebrate Read Across America Week from March 1st through March 5th with themed spirit events each day. Read Across America Week will end on Friday, March 5th with our “Panther-demic style” event, “Pajama Reading Day”. On “Pajama Reading Day” we will be engaged in reading-based activities all day and kick off our 4th annual school-wide Title 1 family event of “Every Panther One Book.” “Every Panther One Book” is an event where together we read the same book, as a school community. There will be videotaped chapters posted on the school website and question and challenge activities to complete. All completed activity forms will be exchanged for tickets to raffle off Barnes and Noble gift cards and Nook e-readers. Let’s get excited about READING!

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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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  • Parkway Principal Harris Announces Retirement

    Since becoming principal in 2007, Harris has shaped the close-knit, special culture that characterizes the Parkway School. Always visible, accessible and highly involved in her school, the sight of the student-centered Harris welcoming students in the morning has been a constant at the Parkway School for the past thirteen years. The school district will begin the search for Principal Harris’s successor immediately. A posting will be developed and disseminated widely. A district email has been established, pesprincipalsearch@ewingboe.org for any school community member to share thoughts or ideas related to the principal vacancy and search.

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  • Parkway Elementary School 2020-2021 Educator of the Year: Mrs. Colleen Czajkowski

    “Since being a principal at Parkway Elementary School, I always enjoy my time in Colleen’s classroom watching her ignite a spark in her students that gets them excited about learning,” shared Principal Nicole Harris. “Her prevailing attitude is that learning is fun and we can learn from each other as we navigate this new information together. Being in her classroom is always a time for adventure and learning in academics and in student self-discovery.”

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  • Parkway Media Specialist Presents at NJASL Virtual Conference

    Parkway Media Specialist Karen Grant was chosen to present two training sessions at the 2020 New Jersey Association of School Librarians (NJASL) Virtual Conference held on December 4th and 5th, 2020. New Jersey Media Specialists from around the state were asked to submit a proposal on the topics of: Social Emotional Learning, Social Justice, Advocacy & Leadership or Remote Learning if they interested in being a presenter at this year’s virtual conference. Congratulations to our own Ms. Grant who was not only selected to present on one topic but TWO topics!

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  • Important District Communication: Parkway Elementary School COVID Update/PES to remain Fully Virtual - Students Return to In-Person Learning Wednesday, February 24th

    We learned earlier this week of an additional Parkway Elementary School staff member who has tested positive for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). Our certified district COVID-trackers have conducted contact tracing and all staff and students who have been determined to have possibly been in close contact with this staff member have been notified. Our contact tracers and COVID Management team believe that these cases are related and connected. Out of an abundance of caution, the COVID Management Team has made the decision to extend Parkway Elementary School fully virtual instruction until Wednesday, February 24th. We will continue to monitor this situation carefully and evaluate developments. If there are no further concerning COVID-related developments, our “in-person” students will return to Parkway on the 24th.

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  • Important District Communication: Confirmed COVID-19 Cases at Parkway Elementary School/PES to Pivot to Fully Virtual Learning until Monday, February 22nd.

    We have learned of two additional Parkway Elementary School staff members who have tested positive for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). Our trained district COVID-trackers have conducted contact tracing and all staff and students who have been determined to have possibly been in close contact with these staff members have been notified. However, our contract tracers are concerned about the potential of further contagion as well as the impact of quarantines on our school operations. After evaluating this situation, and in accordance with public heath guidance and out of an abundance of caution, the COVID Management Team has made the decision to move Parkway Elementary School to fully virtual instruction until Monday, February 22nd. We will continue to monitor this situation carefully and evaluate developments. Always monitor our communication portals for updates.

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  • Important Communication: Confirmed Staff Member COVID-19 Case at Parkway Elementary School

    We have learned that a Parkway Elementary School staff member tested positive for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) on Saturday February 13th. This staff member was last in the building on Wednesday, February 10th. Our trained district COVID-trackers have conducted contact tracing and all individuals who have been determined to have possibly been in close contact with this staff member have been identified and notified, and will follow quarantine protocols.

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  • HOUR OF CODE

    This year during Computer Science Education Week, Antheil, Lore and Parkway Elementary School students participated in this year's Hour of Code in their Technology Enrichment Specials with Ms. Papadopoulos, Ms. Hughes, and Mr. Shaw. Students learned the basics of computer programming and learned how to program and debug a computer algorithm. These interactive, hands-on activities help students learn computational thinking skills.

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  • The Great Cookie Debate

    In the days leading up to the election, the students studied and dove deep into the rights, beliefs, and the election process across all of their subjects. Through an interdisciplinary study in the days leading up to the election, students were asked to read, write, and discuss through books and activities what it meant to engage them in this national event. There was seemingly no better way to engage students in the democratic process than to host a debate with a very pressing question; which cookies are better: chocolate chip or Oreo?

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  • Parkway Student Profile: Brianna Francis, ENTREPRENEUR at Age 8!

    “Hi, my name is Brianna. I am YOUNG and ADVENTUROUS. I wish to inspire my Bow-wearing friends to "Be KIND, Be BRAVE & Be YOU". My company website will show you classy and trendy hair bows and accessories for purchase. If you purchase a bow that represents a cause, a percentage of the sales will go to a reputable organization that supports children and families affected by that illness/disorder.” Please 'click' to read article.

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  • Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Together at Home and School

    Craig and Lynn Johnson are both physical education teachers in the Ewing Public Schools. The Johnson’s met while attending college at The University of Delaware where they both majored in Health and Exercise Science. While Fisher Middle School was totally virtual until October 12th as part of the district’s phased-in approach plan to bring back students, selected FMS staff members were shared with the elementary schools. Mrs. Johnson was assigned to Parkway School and this gave the Johnson’s an opportunity to co-teach together, just like in their college days.

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  • At Parkway, Lunchtime is Sure to Make You Smile!

    The school lunches at Parkway School might be a cold meal that is bagged but when you look inside your school lunch bag you will find something that will make you smile!

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  • Welcome to Parkway Elementary School

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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 2017-2018 self-assessment report.

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  • How to Complete the Daily COVID-19 Screening Form in Genesis Parent Access

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