April 18, 2019

From the desk of the principal

The character education word of the month is TOLERANCE


Dylan King

Nominated by: Tina DeMarco

Self-driven, excellent time manager, respectful, helpful to everyone, pleasant, empathetic, compassionate, hard working, attentive. Dylan is always looking for ways for our class to run more smoothly. He will pick up and put away books if he sees them out and not being used. He is communicative, always sharing what is happening as he is very active in our community. He volunteers to help other students who may be confused about a lesson. Dylan has become such an important part of our core science classroom. He is positive and kind and I think all of his teachers and classmates would agree, he deserves to be student of the week.

Dylan Jeffers

Nominated by: Theresa Miro

Responsibility: Dylan is always taking the necessary steps to being responsible. He takes time either before or after class to check in on his work/progress and is always prepared. Leadership: Dylan is involved in so many things in school and in the community. He is very open-minded, a great listener, and very persuasive. I always hear him involved in meaningful conversation with other students, be they his friends or just other students, and he really challenges the way they think about things and makes them think about their responses and actions and informs them on what they could do to help or participate in any situation.


Mary Poppins flew out of the EHTHS auditorium for the final time on Sunday. Our cast, crew, and orchestra did an incredible job of giving our audiences (well over 2,000 people!) a truly unforgettable performance. Thank you to everyone who supported EHTHS' Mary Poppins throughout the season. We are sad to say goodbye to this production, but excited for what is ahead. "Anything can happen if you let it!"

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Senior Olympics/Junior Experience/Pep Rally

While the Freshmen and Sophomores sat for the NJSLA Assessment the first three days of this week, 12th grade competed in the annual rite of passage known as Senior Olympics and Juniors started a new tradition. Not taking the state assessment this year, Juniors were treated to a variety of educational assemblies as well as a day where they were able to choose workshops that they found relevant. Sessions were built around the district mission to EMBRACE, ENGAGE, and EDUCATE. The last day of the week saw the entire high school community come back together for our annual Spring Pep Rally. #EHTPride!

New Jersey Science League Competition Results 4.11.19

Here are the results from the NJ Science League Competition from 4/11/19, the final one this season, when we traveled to Hammonton High School. Some students were in the musical on opening night that night yet still devoted their brains to science and participated in the Hammonton competition, then rushed back to perform in Mary Poppins.

The results are considered unofficial until the league reviews the tests and scores from all competing schools in the state.

We finished 1st in all categories on 4/11/19, except in High School Physics (tied for 2nd place - missing 1st by 5 questions), and in Physics C (2nd place - our one student only had only 2 less questions right compared to 2 of Hammonton's students combined - who were in 1st place). The AP level Environmental Science team finished in 1st place in our area again, beating the perennial powerhouse - Cedar Creek - by one question!!

Congrats to all of our students, coaches, and teachers who are involved in making the Science League program at EHTHS such a great success! We had a fine season, especially in Chemistry, where we destroyed the local competition by a lot --- all season long!

EHTHS Students Excel on National Latin Exam

Students in Ms. Kammerman’s Latin classes won honors for their results on the National Latin Exam. This exam is sponsored by the American Classical League and the National Junior Classical League in the USA and is administered to Latin students worldwide. The test covers general knowledge of Latin grammar and vocabulary, mythology, Roman culture, derivatives, and translation abilities.From the Latin II Honors classes Arwa Muhammed, Joseph Dinh and Ahnaf Abid won silver medals. Jonna Gacayan and Lana Vo won Magna cum Laude (with great honor) certificates. Patrick Lam and Siddarth Patel won cum laude certificates (with honor). From the HN Latin III class, Nashwa Hanif won a silver medal, Joey Tepper a Magna cum Laude and Gianna Scarangelli won a cum Laude. From the CP Latin 1 class Deena Khan, a freshman got a Magna cum Laude.

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High School Computer Science Students Participate in Stockton’s Computer Science Programming Competition 3-26-19

On Tuesday, March 26, 2019 Egg Harbor Township High School Computer Science students participated in Stockton University’s annual High School Computer Programming Competition at Stockton University. The students competed with over 200 other New Jersey high school students in a competition that involved writing Java code to solve complex programming challenges. Great job to all of the students!
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Academy of Law and Business Students Visit State House on 4-2-19

On Tuesday, April 2, 2019 the students of the Academy of Business and Law went to the NJ State House in Trenton. The students were given a tour of the building and learned all about the history of NJ and how the legislative process works. The students also learned about the unique architecture of the building itself.
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April 18, 2019

Abbreviated Day

12:12pm dismissal

April 19-28

Spring Break


April 29, 2019

School reopens

May 5, 2019

EHT Education Foundation 3rd Annual Color Run/Fun Walk



Registration begins at 8am

Run/Walk begins at 9

May 10, 2019

EHTHS 12th Annual Talent Show

May 16, 2019

Story Slam

6:30pm sharp

Upper Cafeteria


May 29, 2019

Varsity Scholar Ceremony



June 5, 2019

Senior Awards



June 7, 2019

EHTHS Junior/Senior Prom


Red Carpet at EHTHS 5:00pm

Egg Harbor Township Education Foundation Color Run

The Egg Harbor Township Education Foundation will be holding its Third Annual Fly Like An Eagle Color Run on Sunday, May 5th at the high school. Registration will start at 8am and the event will begin at 9am. The event will cost $25 for adults and $20 for students. Registration forms will be located in the Main office and can be returned to the front office or to Joe Lucchio. You can also register by going to:

Each year the Education Foundation provides college scholarships to graduating seniors, as well as mini grants, which many of us have benefited from! All proceeds from the event will go toward the foundation. The event will be fun and family oriented, including a bounce house and limited-edition items from the “Eagle’s Nest” for sale, featuring the Color Run EHT Eagle! Information will be sent home with students, and their registrations can also be returned to the front office or to Joe. Feel free to invite friends and family to join the event, as well as share it on your social media. We hope to see you there!

Thanks so much,

The EHT Education Foundation


Mr. Michael J. Pellegrino

Supervisor of Athletics and Activities

Telephone: (609) 653-1804 Fax: (609) 653-0335


Boys Track and Field

4-13-19 - Bridgeton Relays

Large School Champions! 102 points

Top 3 medaled

1st Place Finishers:

4x100 of Anthony Vazquez, Ahmad Brock, Luis Rivera Turell, Trey Henry 43.6

4x110 Shuttle Hurdle Relay of Marcus Wood, Justin Chung, Will Spence, Vazquez 1:03.09

Sprint Medley Relay of Spence, Henry, Brock, Gobi Thurairajah 3:39.02

Distance Medley Relay of Luke Barnes, Mike Mirville, Aidan Winkler, Thurairajah 10:47.65

High Jump Relay of Mubeen Momodu and Vazquez 11-10

2nd Place Finishers:

4x200 of Brock, Rivera Turell, Kevin Thompson, Henry 1:31.83

Pole Vault Relay of Ryan Lagroteria and Josh Cohen 24-6

4-16-19 - Home dual meet vs St. Augustine Prep

EHT 79

Prep 61

Event Winners:

400 - Ahmad Brock 51.7

800 - Luke Barnes 2:02.3

1600 - Gobi Thurairajah 4:38.3

3200 - Aidan Winkler 11:02

Javelin - Tyler Weller 125-11

Long Jump - Devon Parker 20-3.5

Triple Jump - Mubeen Momodu 43-5.75

High Jump - Anthony Vazquez 5-10

Pole Vault - Josh Cohen 14-0

Freshman Softball

On Tuesday 4/16 the Freshman Softball team played their third game home verse Ocean City. Gigi Mormile had her debut pitching game and struck out 3 girls. All ten girls batted in the line up and all 10 girls had at least one hit and got on base. This was the teams first win with a record of 1-2 so far for the 2019 season.

JV Softball

Tuesday, April 9

EHT 6 vs. Vineland 17

EHT got off to a slow start against Vineland last week. The Clan jumped out to a big lead early, but the Lady Eagles did not quit. Jillian Sweeny pitched a complete game and Sashley Neris hit two doubles to drive in critical runs.

Friday, April 12

EHT 18 vs. Millville 6

EHT hosted the Thunderbolts last Friday afternoon and won a hard fought battle. Jillian Sweeny pitched 5 strong innings while Madison Glick came in to close the game. Emily Miller, Lilo Garrett, and Ryley Martini all had big hits and Brooklein Price had her first hit of the year.


The Eagles close out last week with a 173-204 victory over Absegami to improve their record to 7-0. Andrew Ngo shot a CAL qualifying 39. On Tuesday, the Eagles put up a good fight against rivals Mainland and Prep to drop their record to 7-2 on the season. Colin Bagot shot a CAL qualifying 41. Both Andrew and Colin have now officially qualified for the CAL tournament next month. The Eagles will get a lengthy Spring Break, as their next match is not until Monday 4/29.

Varsity Baseball

Record 2-4 overall 2-2 Division

4/11 EHT 18 Bridgeton 0

Alex Gallagher had all the right stuff for EHT, besting Bridgeton 18-0. He went 5 innings, allowing zero runs on one hit, striking out 11 and walking zero.

The Eagles totaled 14 hits in the game. Robbie Petracci, Ryan Alverson, and Jordan Sweeney all managed multiple hits in the game.

4/13 Toms River North Postponed weather

4/15 King’s Christian Postponed weather

4/16 EHT 17 Atlantic City 0

Cory Kessler led things off on the hill for EHT. He went five strong innings, allowing one hit and zero runs while striking out 12 and walking one.

Garrett Smith and Kessler led the offense each going 3-3 on the day. Smith hit his first varsity home run in the third inning a two run shot to left center field. The Eagles continued to swing hot bats, pounding out 15 hits in the five inning affair.

4/17 EHT 7 ACIT 1

Egg Harbor Township cruised to an easy victory over Atlantic County Institute of Tech 7-1 on Wednesday. Mike Dodd was dominate on the mound striking out 14 potential batters, giving up two hits, and one unearned run in the effort. Mike took a no hitter into the fifth inning. At the plate Mike got some help from his younger brother Ethan Dodd who was 1-3 on the day with 3 RBIs. Cory Kessler continues to stay hot at the plate 2-4, with 2 runs scored.

Regular Season

4/18 Home vs. Bridgewater Raritan 11am

4/23 @ Buena 3:45pm

4/24 @ Millville 11am

4/25 Home vs. Mainland 11am

4/27 Pop McKenna Tournament at West Deptford

11am vs Timber Creek

2pm Consolations and Finals

Boys Tennis

The tennis team opened the week with a 3-2 loss to Millville during the windiest sports event I have ever witnessed! The boys recovered quickly and defeated Bridgeton 5-0 on Tuesday and Atlantic City 5-0 on Wednesday. #2 Singles player, Josh Guimapang, and #2 doubles team, James Chancey/Luis Geda went 3-0 for the week!

Team Record: 4-4

Girls Crew

5th Manny Flick Regatta

Girls Varsity 4 -- first place

Girls Lightweight 4 -- 3rd place

Girls Lightweight Quad -- 3rd place

Girls Novice Four -- Fifth place (out of 15)

Girls Novice Eight -- Fifth place (out of 18)

Girls Junior Four -- 18th place (out of 25)

Boys Crew

Coach Strauss and the EHT Boys Crew Team made quite an impression at the final Manny Flicks on the Schuylkill River last weekend.

Starting the day was the Varsity 4 with an impressive time of 4:51.99, landing them in 8th overall.

Novice 4 came in 2nd out of 17 with a 5:18.56 – rowed by Josh Robinson, Jackson Griffith, Marshall Budd, Kuba Baliszewski and Coxswain Nick Tyner.

The JV4 came in 3rd out of a huge field of 27 boats, lead by stroke Siddarth Patel, Justin Kent, Mason Brown, Chris Sunga and Coxswain Bailee Sikora.

The most impressive race of the day belonged to the Novice 8 who came in 1st overall out of a field of 18 boats, lead by stroke Ronnie Sansom, Jimmy Curry, Carter Hubbard, Noah Levering, Gage Thomas, Max Berg, Faddy Omar, Nick Simone, and Coxswain Chrystal Luo.

The boys next compete on the Cooper River, April 27th, for the Garden State Championships (Nationals Qualifier) Good Luck Men !!