Egg Harbor Township High School

Week of October 17, 2021

A Message From Our Principal


What a great Spirit Week here at the High School! Our cheerleaders decorated hallways and lockers for school pride! On Monday, students got to dress like a favorite character or meme. Tuesday was a fantastic day where students were able to show off their culture. Students dressed in their cultural attire showing the beautiful diversity that exists in EHT. Wednesday was color wars where each grade level had a specific color to wear and represent. Of course, Thursday was throwback Thursday to the 80's/90's and things worn on MTV. Finally, Friday is Spirit Day as we support our athletic teams in EHT School Pride Day. Students had a great week!

Homecoming nominees and winners will be announced during halftime of the homecoming football game on Friday, October 22. Don’t forget to come out and support the candidates and our team! We will finish this fabulous week with a Homecoming dance on Saturday, October 23. Student’s have already purchased tickets. They have been told not to bring any bags with them and that ID’s are necessary as well as masks. Students will be expected to wear masks inside unless they are dancing or sitting down and eating. The chaperones and administration are looking forward to a fun evening!

You may be interested in some of the fall sports play off games! Their seasons are winding down and you can check out the new and improved web page for the Athletic Department which has information for all our sports! Let’s not forget also about the amazing job our band has been doing in competition. You can see their awesome performance at the half time of our homecoming football game!

Start Strong test was administered to any student that missed it last week and our freshman students completed their assessment during their science classes all this week. As of Friday all testing has been completed for grades 9, 10 and 12. This works well since it’s just in time to administer the Grade 11 PSAT on Tuesday, October 27!

The MSA had a busy week as they learned about blood borne pathogens. They also had a great presentation by our two fabulous media specialists, Ms. Grossman and Ms.Sullivan concerning resources that will help them throughout the year and beyond as they navigate through their courses.

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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Nominee: Maria Ginis

Nominated by: Mrs. Dattilo

Maria noticed that a special needs student was very upset that she had forgotten money to go the bagel shop. Maria, without hesitation, gave the student money. Maria displayed kindness and empathy!

Nominee: Dylan Camp

Nominated by: Bryan Carmichael

Dylan has been doing a great job both in the classroom and on the athletic field this fall.

Thank you Librarians

Our great EHTHS librarians presented to our current senior MSA Clinical Research and Observation students today, overviewing the awesome resources that our district and the Atlantic County Libraries have to offer! Thank you!!
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Blood Borne Pathogens Training for CRO Students

Students in Clinical Research and Observation class were studying and presenting about Blood Borne Pathogens, fulfilling their training requirement this week as they prepare for the first round of limited fieldwork placements that begin next week!
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Silver Eagle Band

Congratulations to the Silver Eagle Band as they continue their successful run with the 2021-22 show, Just Another Brick in the Wall!

Sunday, 10/17 @ Deptford 89.90

Monday, 10/18 @ West Deptford 90.95

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Honors Biology

Students are working with molecular model kits in honors biology classes this week to understand carbohydrate and lipid structure/function as well as the dehydration synthesis reactions that join monomers to make polymers (macromolecules)!
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Homecoming Spirit Week

Meme Day

We kicked off Spirit Week on Monday with Meme Day! Here are some creative costumes spotted around F Wing!
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Culture Day

Tuesday was Culture Day at EHTHS. We loved celebrating the different cultures that adds to the strength and character of our school. We love spirit week!
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Color Wars Day

The Freshman showed their spirit on Wednesday wearing red during Color Wars day. Tomorrow is Throwback Thursday!
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“Don’t forget about me!” Mr. Migliore says as he rocks the red supporting the Class of 2025. Mr. Migliore is the freshman Class Advisor. Follow the freshman on Instagram: @ehths2025
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Hispanic Heritage Month

During this Hispanic Heritage Month EHTHS salutes the many Hispanic employees that keep our building running every day. Special thanks to Sr. Pérez, Sra. Cariño, and Sra. De la Rosa for their hard work on this beautiful display. #EHTPride
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Staffulty of the Month


Nominated by Joe O’Neill: Joe is a positive light to our department and school. He brings a bunch of energy each and every day. His enthusiasm is contagious in the classroom. Joe goes to the Bridge for Science and the students look forward to him and his class. When he has Bridge first, it sets the tone for the rest of the day. Please give a big round of applause to our September Staffulty of the Month: Joe Borden

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Nominated by Jennifer DiMaio: Karen is the head of the Math Department's unofficial Sunshine Committee. She never misses an opportunity to celebrate exciting milestones or love on a colleague going through a difficult time. She also serves as the department's financial advisor each time the lottery hits a record high payout. Karen's support doesn't stop with faculty members. She graciously hosts a senior pizza lunch date on Fridays and works tirelessly to ensure her Pre-Calc students are well prepared for math at the next level. Upper E-Wing is the best patrolled area in the school for students dressed inappropriately courtesy of Karen. She corrects students lovingly and with a sincere smile. As if that isn't enough, the Interact Club is one of the most successful service clubs in the high school because she leads them by example. Every department would be blessed to have a colleague like her! Please give a big round of applause to our October Staffulty of the Month: Karen Rice
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Early Bird Yearbook Sales

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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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Student Assistance Program and Resources

October Awareness Month

School Violence...Making Those Connections

Aggressive or "Bullying" Behavior 🔹 Violence 🔹's ALL connected.

☑️ Students who have engaged in ongoing aggressive or "bullying" behavior during Middle School are 7 times more likely to engage in Teen Dating Violence in High School.

☑️ 50-80% of high school students have reported knowing others who were involved in violent relationships.

☑️ 2018 had the most school shootings on record, but U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security research shows that if we “know the signs” of gun violence, we can prevent it and reverse the trend.

▶️ The MAJORITY of individuals with diagnosed mental illness DO NOT engage in violence against others. ◀️

☑️ 70% of people who die by suicide tell someone their plans or give some other type of warning signs.

☑️ 39% of parents wrongly believe children don’t know where a gun is stored.

☑️ An estimated 4.6 million American children live in a home where at least one gun is kept loaded and unlocked.

☑️ 17 states have enacted Extreme Risk Laws, meaning that Law Enforcement can remove guns/weapons from a person deemed to be at risk. New Jersey HAS BEEN one of these states for a long time, but the majority has been implemented in other states following the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in 2018.

💡 PLEASE...If You See Something, Then Say Something.
Tomorrow's News | Sandy Hook Promise
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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:

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NJ Hope & Healing Monthly Calendar of Events

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Grades 9 & 10--See link below!

Grades 11 & 12--See link below!

Help Is Only A Phone Call or a Click Away

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 take a few moments to review this important information below:



October 23 - Homecoming Dance


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


Check out the athletic schedule for EHTHS at:


  • New Website!
    • Going forward, everything you need (and more) regarding EHT Athletics may be found at []
    • Schedules, Contact Information, Forms, etc. are currently in the transfer process and will be finalized shortly!
  • New Online Athletic Registration!
    • Beginning immediately, all registrations for EHT Athletic programs will be completed online through the Family ID Program. As we transition to this user friendly program, those who have already registered for Winter or Spring programs will need to register again.
    • Physical Exams
      • Beginning 10/1, All Exams will 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.
      • For Help on uploading your exam – Click here
    • 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.
  • Winter Sport Registration


Congrats to boys soccer - Cape Atlantic League champions!
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The Girls' Volleyball Team has been busy preparing for the pep rally this week, and fine tuning our skills for our final two games next week. Our last away game is Tuesday October 26th against Oakcrest, and our final home game will be next Wednesday, October 27th against Pleasantville. The team hopes to finish out the season strong!


The EHT Girls' Soccer team secured a 1-0 victory over visiting Absegami on Monday to move to 6-4-2 on the season. Senior captain Alicia Page got in behind the defensive line and placed the ball behind the goalkeeper to give the Lady Eagles the lead after 70 minutes of even play. Freshman goalkeeper Abby Lyon recorded the shutout with solid play by the defensive line of senior captain Addy Umphlett, senior captain and homecoming queen nominee Jenna Green, senior Violette Malpartida, and sophomore Angelina Horin.