Ewing High School’s post prom provides a safe, fun, drug and alcohol free environment where students can enjoy games, activities, food and drink. The ETEA was proud to help support this endeavor for the second year in a row. Also present during the festivities were ETEA members Shelly Dearden, Traci Lambert, Oksana Cheeseman, and ETEA […]
Welcome to the Ewing Township Education Association webpage!
The ETEA is comprised of 394 educational professionals committed to the pursuit of teaching excellence.
Our motto “Lighting the Way”, demonstrates our commitment to illuminating the young minds who will shape and guide the future.
Our members understand the importance and interdependence of school, family, and community, and we will remain devoted to our mission of excellence in teaching, commitment to scholarship, and dedication to service.
I encourage you to explore our site and learn more about our Association.
President – Ewing Township Education Association
- Monroe educators make the best of a bad situationIt was a fitting end to American Education Week for NJEA President Marie Blistan, who spent Thursday, Nov. 16, celebrating and thanking teachers, support staff and students in the Monroe Township School District in Gloucester County. Faced with a severe mold infestation, the teachers and support staff in the district came together to make their […] The post […]
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