Egg Harbor Township High School

Week of May 15, 2022



Countdown is on! So many exciting things are happening right up through graduation on June 24th! To start, we are in the 4th week of EHT Idol. Make sure you get onto the school web page and vote! This week we have Kimora Stuckey going up against Adriana Allen! Good luck!!! Next week's contestants will be Min Hwang against Sophia Selerno for the semifinal round! Make sure you vote!

Tuesday May 17th, was the first of three strategic planning meetings for the district’s next 3-5 year plan. It was held at the High School. Dr. Gruccio reviewed the present plan and all that the district has accomplished in the past 3 years. Please visit the District web page under the Superintendent's Corner to see the presentation. We had an opportunity to meet in small groups with the community and Board of Education members to brainstorm with each group coming up with 3-5 ideas to possibly implement. The next strategic planning meeting will be held June 14 at Fernwood Middle School. At this meeting we will begin to narrow down suggestions to strong possibilities. All are welcome!

We had visitors in our building from Mastery Charter School in Camden to observe our model Hispanohablantes program. They visited Mr. Perez and Ms. De la Rosa’s classrooms to observe and learn. What a great opportunity for our High School to show off the Model Program Dr. Schreiner has established for our Spanish speaking students.

Wednesday, May 18th, Mr. Peter Murphy, of Stockton University, gave a workshop to our English Language Learners (ELL) and our Hispanohablantes students.

Thursday May 19th, there were several field trips that left the High School. Mr. Martirone and AP Government went to tour Independence Hall, the Declaration House (where Jefferson signed the Declaration of Independence) and the American Philosophical Society. Another great trip was Mr. Bell who took several classes (CAD II, Holocaust and African American Studies) to learn about dual credit at Stockton University. Our Academy of Business and Law had a trip to Ocean City where they toured the Chamber of Commerce, City Hall and Stainton Station.

On May 19th, our Symphony Orchestra students had their performance under the direction of Ms. DiSalvio. It was an excellent performance and wonderful to listen to. Mr. Wyckoff directed our wind and percussion ensembles to an equally wonderful performance. We are lucky to have such energetic and dedicated staff members who bring out the best in our students!

Mr. Dilks, our computer and technology teacher, informed us that 8 students have advanced to the second round of the A+ certification test exam. They travel to Ideal Technology again today for that second round of testing. Best of luck to them!

Mr. Sauter shared that one of our Senior automotive students, Sam Feinstein, has successfully completed and passed all 10 of the Automotive Service Excellence Entry Level Certification Exams. This is amazing since it is the first time in EHT history that any student has done such on the first try. Students are given up to two opportunities to pass each of the 10 exams. Sam passed all 10 on the first try! Congratulations Sam!! Well done! Way to make EHT proud! #EHTPRIDE

Until next week, have a wonderful weekend! Stay safe, be well, continue to dream of the possibilities ahead of us, be happy and smile at someone!

Ms. Connor

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May 30 - School Closed - Memorial Day

June 3 - Prom

June 4 - SAT Testing

June 8 - Senior Awards 6:30pm Auditorium

June 22, 23, 24 - Half Day for Students

June 24 - Graduation 5:10PM Eagle Stadium

June 27 - Last day for Staff


Students of the Week

Nominee: Andre Sulit

Nominated by: Dena Ravese

Andre is one amazing student! Extremely smart, excellent in math! He loves art class! Andre also is on the Unified Track Team after school! He is just an all around great student!!

Nominee: Haniyyah Hamilton

Nominated by: Dawn Grossman and Kim Dempsey

Haniyyah is a frequent visitor to the library. She is a great reader, always choosing different types of books. We have great discussions of what she has read and what she is reading next. Haniyyah is quick to help other students choose books to read. She is a pleasure to have in the library.

Spring Concert Season

We're half way through May and that means its officially Spring Concert Season! Check out this ad for details about our High School Concerts each starting at 7pm. Mark your calendars, we hope to see you there.

HS Bands Present "Here, There, and Back Again" May 12th

Spring Orchestra Concert Grade 6-12 - May 19th

HS Choirs Present "Spring Reflections" May 20th

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EHTHS Symphony

The EHTHS Symphony is seen here practicing as they and the Alder and Fernwood Orchestras will be filling the EHTHS Auditorium with some awesome sounds. We are very proud of our district’s orchestra program and our Directors Ms. Jenna DiSalvio and Ms. Kate Wyatt!
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One of the coolest concert grand finales…feat. local rockstar and band parent Billy Walton! Great job by our EHT middle and high school Orchestras!
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EHT District Art Show

It's going to be a Great Evening for the Arts in EHT! Come stroll through the Community Center, 5045 English Creek Ave and see what awesome artists we have in the EHTNJ Schools - Egg Harbor Township School District!!!!!
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AP Government & Politics

AP Government & Politics students enjoyed their annual visit to the National Constitution Center. The students saw the Pennsylvania copy of the 13th, 14th and 19th Amendments. They also saw various exhibits which highlighted the story of “We the people…”
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Communications Academy

The Communications Academy is proud to share that the very talented Jamar Felder placed 2nd in the statewide NJ Shout Down Drugs Song Competition. Jamar's original song earned a $3,000 performance contract. He will be performing at various events throughout New Jersey.

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Hispanohablantes and ELL classes

Juniors in Hispanohablantes and ELL classes attended a 3-hour workshop to assist them with learning how to write an essay for their college application. Presented by Mr. Peter Murphy, of Stockton University, the workshop guided students to consider myriad writing prompts, to develop the topic, add details, and to seek feedback. The workshop was very well received by the students.

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AP Environmental and Advanced Biology

On Tuesday May 17th , Mrs. Delaney's AP Environmental and Advanced Biology classes went on a field trip to the Nature Reserve. At the Nature Reserve, the students were met by Americorps Watershed Ambassadors who taught students how to do macroinvertebrate sampling. The students learned about the different species that they were looking for and then went into the water to collect samples. It was an informative day for all.
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Child Development and Preschool

Child Development class and preschool field trip to cape may county zoo.

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2021-2022 Updated School District Calendar


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PROM 2022

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Important Info

Friday, June 3, 2022

Harrah's Convention Center

7:00 pm- 11:00 pm

Applications Online: April 25- May 2 (after this date contact

Ticket Sales Online: $75 May 9- May 16 Click HERE

Photography information coming soon

*No buses- students must provide their own transportation

* Guests must be UNDER 21 years old and at least a freshman

PRE-ORDER PROM PICTURES AT using online password 13719PS

Egg Harbor Township School District Media Specialists Monthly Update - May 2022


Student Assistance Program and Resources

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Register before they run out!
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The High School has adopted a new bullying-prevention program for this school year!

#DAY1--a staff and student-led philosophy that will serve to foster a building-wide atmosphere of kindness and inclusion.

This program was started a few years ago in Bergen County by the Tyler Clementi Foundation and has gained momentum throughout the state and country for use in schools, community groups, workplaces, and sports teams. We even have 3 of our own students who were selected by the foundation as leaders for this initiative!

The premise is simple: the adults in the building make a “declaration statement” about behavior that is expected, as well as behavior that is unacceptable, and we all pledge to conduct ourselves accordingly. This includes seeking help when we witness unacceptable behavior occurring.

This notion is called being an #Upstander.

#Day 1 Staff Declaration 2021

Has your student taken their #Upstander Pledge yet?!?

Have them sign into their school account and click here! 😊


If you'd like more information on #Day1, please go to:

NJ Hope & Healing Events

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Meet Your Student Assistance Counselors

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Grades 9 & 10: Mrs. Barnes--click below!

Grades 11 & 12: Ms. DiMattia--click below!

Looking for Community or Online Resources?? Click below!

Is your child an athlete?

In an effort to raise information and awareness about the use of opiates and it's potential consequences among athletes, Join Together Atlantic County (JTAC) has developed a series of informational videos for students, parents, educators and coaches. Please click below and take a few moments to review this important information:



As time passes, it can become difficult staying at home day in and day out. Some days may be easier than others in dealing with this national pandemic amongst other issues. Please know that our guidance counselors, social workers, student assistance counselors, school nurses, and our High School Teen Center serve as available resources daily to assist with any concerns, fears, and/or anxieties. Our district website and school websites provide contact information or call 646-7911 x 1001.

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The EHT IT Department and Professional Development Committee have teamed up to bring an all-in-one Education Technology website for students, faculty, and families. Visit the website here:


  • USE OF GOOGLE CALENDAR to BOOK APPTS. w/ STAFF: Students can book one-on-one appointments with counselors, CST/YST members, or even their classroom teachers. Here is a brief tutorial on how to book appointments in Google Calendar with staff appointment slots:
  • GOOGLE CLASSROOM: VIDEO RESOURCE: Need help joining your Google Classroom? This video explains how to find your EHT School District Google Classroom codes and how to add or "join" an active Google Classroom:
  • GOOGLE MEET & GOOGLE CLASSROOM: For students looking to join their class for a live Google Meet session, this is a step by step of video of how to lactate and join the Meet from Google Classroom:
  • ACCESSING STUDENT EMAIL (GRADES 6-12): Egg Harbor Township School District now offers an internal email address for students in grades 6-12. This video will demonstrate how to access student email from the district website:
  • BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS FOR REMOTE LEARNING: This video offers some basic troubleshooting tips for those using a Chromebook or their own device in the virtual environment:
  • GOOGLE RESOURCES FOR PARENTS AND STUDENTS: Google for Education has a resource for parents/guardians to learn and navigate the Google Tools. Take a look at this pdf and click on the embedded links for tutorials and more:
Need help joining your Google Classroom? This video explains how to find your EHT School District Google Classroom codes and how to add or "join" an active Google Classroom. #ehtpride #ehtstrong #ehtready


  • Do you need an EHT Parent Portal account?
  • Do you have access to log-in?
  • Not sure how to request a Parent Portal account?

Follow the easy steps outlined in this video. Check out this short video to learn how to request an account.

Create a Parent Portal Account
Locating Codes and Joining Google Classroom


Mr. Kevin Rutledge

Supervisor of Athletics and Activities

Telephone: (609) 653-0100 ext 1662

Good luck to all of our Spring athletes! Check out the spring schedules at:


Boys Volleyball- Scott Hiltner

Golf - Chase Adomaitis

Softball – Sienna Walterson

Baseball- Max Coan

Girls Lacrosse – Emily Gargan

Boys Lacrosse – Zack Pennock

Boys Tennis - Donovan Sullivan

Girls Track and Field - Adeline Umphlett

Boys Track and Field – Ahmad Fogg

Girls Crew - Mollie Ireland

Boys Crew - Max Berg

Unified Sports – Vinny Lorenzi


CONGRATS to the Lady Eagles softball team for winning the first CAL tournament after their win vs Cedar Creek 6-3. Lady Eagles are now CAL champs and 21-1 overall!! The Dollard sisters led the way for the lady eagles. Kayla Dollard went 4 for 4 with 2 runs scored and 3 stolen bases. Natalia Stewart had an RBI triple and scored on the throw. Colbert and Martini each had RBI singles and Spatocco added an additional RBI on a fielders choice. Madison Dollard pitched 7 innings and gave up 6 hits and 3 runs, all unearned.

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Atlantic County Rowing Championships:

Girls Lightweight Four -- Gold

Girls Junior Quad -- Gold

Girls Novice Four -- Silver

Girls Varsity Double -- Silver

Girls Varsity Four -- 4th in final

Girls Junior Four -- 4th in final


Record 17-6

CAL American 9 -3

5/12 EHT 16 ACIT 6

Early Lead Over Atlantic County Institute Of Tech Sets Stage For Victory

Donovan Gevers was credited with the victory. The pitcher lasted three innings, allowing two hits and four runs while striking out three. Joey Velardi threw two and a third innings in relief out of the bullpen. Ben Adams, Tristin Trivers, Jay Salsbery, and Velardi all had multiple hits for the Eagles.

5/13 EHT 17 ACIT 1

Big Third Inning Propels Eagles to Win Over ACIT

Ben Adams led the Eagles to victory on the hill. The righthander lasted five innings, allowing five hits and one run while striking out six and walking one. EHT tallied 12 hits in the game. Braeden Thies and Justin Sweeney each racked up multiple hits for the Eagles

5/17 EHT 13 Atlantic City 2

Five RBI Day For Alec Armstrong Brings In Win on Senior Day!

Alec Armstrong was clutch at the plate with runners on base on Tuesday, driving in five on one hits to lead the Eagles. Donovan Gevers earned the win. The righty surrendered one run on three hits over three innings, striking out seven. Anthony Colon threw two innings in relief out of the bullpen

5/18 EHT 18 Atlantic City 0

With Ben Adams On The Mound, EHT Shuts Out Atlantic City.

Ben Adams shut down Atlantic City, throwing a complete game shutout and leading the Eagles to a 18-0 victory. The righty allowed three hits and zero runs over five innings, striking out nine and walking one.Jake Caga was 1-2, hit a Grand Slam, and tallied 6 RBI on the day.

EHT collected 16 hits on the day. Ryan Suthard,Tristin Trivers, Jake Cagna, Umir Cozart, and Joey Velardi each managed multiple hits for the Eagles.


Sat 5/21 vs St. Joseph Academy 10:00 am at EHTHS

Mon 5/23 CAL Playoffs TBA

Wed 5/25 at Cedar Creek 4PM.


Record: 12-5

The boys' volleyball team has rattled off eight straight wins with recent wins over Pleasantville 25-14, 25-20, Cherry Hill West 29-27, 25-19, Paul VI 25-18, 25-17, and lastly Central Region HS 25-17, 27-25. Three of those four teams qualified for the NJSIAA South Jersey Playoffs along with EHT. Senior Scott Hiltner continues to add to his already school record in kills while junior Alec Barnes and senior Brandon Dao lead the team in blocks. Junior Alex Adair currently owns the school record in single season aces with twenty on the year. The team finished out the regular season with a match at Kingsway on Thursday. EHT hosts Paul VI for a first-round playoff match on Monday 5/23 at 4pm. Come out to support the program!


Girls Lacrosse will be facing Kingsway in Round 1 of Playoffs on Thursday 5/19 @ 4pm! Wish our girls good luck and we hope to come out on top! :)


Atlantic County Championships

Wednesday May 18th, 2022 - at Buena Regional High School

Team Champions with a score of 188.5 to 2nd place Oakcrest 76. This is the team's 7th straight County Title.

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Atlantic County Individual Champions:

DJ Germann - 100 and 200. *DJ’s 100 prelim time of 10.67 ties a 13 year old record that I didn’t think would be broken (Tejay Johnson ‘09.)

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James Mahana - Shot Put. Huge PR and New Balance Nationals qualifying throw of 54-9
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Malachi Wesley - 110 Hurdles

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Isaiah Glenn - High Jump

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Ryan Taylor - 3200

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Ahmad Fogg - Long Jump

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Other medal winners top 3 places:

2nd place: Malachi Wesley - 200 and 400 hurdles, Chase Mazur - 800 *Huge PR of 2:01.89, Chris Griffin - Discus, John Mahana - Javelin, DJ Germann - Long Jump, Aaron Bullock 110 hurdles and Triple Jump, 4x400m relay of Wesley, Chris Manzo, Mazur, and Germann (pictured)

3rd place: Ryan Taylor - 1600, Ayoub Azegzaou- 3200, Chris Griffin - Javelin, Cody Griggs - Shot Put

Rounding out places 4 thru 6 that also scored points for the team:

4th place: Chris Manzo - 400, Cam Koryga - 3200, Sean Dever - Javelin, 4x100m relay of Evan Bevilacqua, Fogg, Marco Algarin, Bullock

5th place: Graham McBane - Pole Vault

6th place: Ousseynou Dia - 110 hurdles, Amir Halim - 1600, Aaron Bullock - High Jump, John Mahana - Shot Put, 4x800m relay of Chris Minshall, Theo Lucey, Dom Manzo, and Aaron Wagner

Next Up: Cape Atlantic League Individual Meet Wednesday 5/25 at Bridgeton


Lady Eagles' Girls Basketball Camp 2022! The EHT Girls' Basketball Boosters will be hosting their summer camp July 18-21st for girls entering grades 3-8th. Players of all skill levels are welcome. It will be a fun week of skill development and competition. Registration is live and can be complete at the following link:


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  • New Online Athletic Registration!
    • All registrations for EHT Athletic programs must be completed online through the Family ID Program.
    • Physical Exams
      • All Exams must be submitted digitally though your online registration.
      • No hard copies, emails or faxes will be accepted.
      • Hard Copy Exams that have been turned in prior to 10/1 transition are on file and will be approved by our Medical Staff.
      • Re-Cert packets and COVID Forms are now part of the registration question/process. No hard copies needed.
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    • Registration Dates
      • Please review the appropriate registration dates for your interested season found on the registration page.
      • You do not need a physical to register, but must have an exam uploaded seven days prior to your first tryout.