Egg Harbor Township High School

WEEK OF October 11, 2020

A Message From Our Principal


Final touches are being completed as we plan for our reopening of school. In a little more than a week, we will finally have students and teachers here in the building. The countdown is on! We are so excited to return even if it is with less people each day. I can not emphasize enough the need for everyone’s help to promote mask wearing and social distancing. We need to follow protocols to remain open.

Maintenance and facilities have been preparing to make our transition an easy one. While cleaning is always a priority, they will continue to clean and disinfect each and every day. Again, this is another area that is so important that we need to keep on top of it so that our school remains clean and acceptable to all.

Mr. Martirone and his AP Government class has been non-stop with what to do and how to vote. If you or anyone you know are unsure, please look at his webpage and YouTube videos. They have certainly helped me so I can track my ballot! Thank you Mr. Martirone and students!

It appears the Medical Science Academy has been very busy. We had a former student, 2005 graduate, Dr. Tim Dempsey, who met virtually with the MSA students to discuss his experiences on the front line with Covid and things to know when applying in the medical field. Also, Ms. Dickerson's classes had a virtual field trip with Stockton Exercise Science. EHT continues to do great things in our new teaching environments! Shout outs to all our teachers and students for the great work they are doing!

Letters went out this week with bus passes for all students returning to the hybrid model. We have ⅔ of the students returning and ⅓ staying completely virtual. I know our teachers will work hard to educate all students to the best of their abilities in their content area.

Have an awesome weekend! Until next week, stay safe, be well, continue to dream of the possibilities ahead of us, be happy and smile at someone! #EHTStrong, #EHTPRIDE, #EHTREADY.



Students of the Week

Student: Darryl Williams

Nominated by: Mrs. Dattilo

Darryl is an excellent student. He is a hard worker, polite and always has a pleasant attitude. Way to go Darryl!

Student: Nathan Walker

Nominated by: Mrs. Herman

Nathan is the model virtual student! He shows up to class on time, has his camera on, and participates during our meets! A bonus, he even laughs at my not so funny jokes too. Nathan deserves to be recognized for putting his best foot forward and giving a 100% during this virtual time :)

Dr. Dempsey Presents to MSA Students

Dr. Dempsey, the son of our very own Kim Dempsey in the EHTHS Library, gave an awesome guest presentation to our senior MSA students. A proud 2005 graduate of EHTHS, Dempsey went on to Rutgers, then did a fellowship with the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, specializing in Pulmonary Critical Care and getting a Masters in Public Health.

Dr. Dempsey worked on the front lines in New York City during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak, being a true medical hero!

Currently he is employed at The David Grant USAF Medical Center (DGMC) at Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield, California.

He shared what our students should focus on in their undergraduate studies when preparing for medical school. Dempsey discussed residency, MCATS, and what it takes to get into Medical school. He also explained the importance of having a purposeful, unique undergraduate life; becoming immersed in any healthcare experiences, like what he did in Africa studying HIV.

What a great thing for our senior medical academy students.

Thank you!

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Voting in New Jersey in 2020

EHTHS AP Government & Politics students show you how to fill out your 2020 Mail-in- Ballots. Don’t waste anytime, go vote!
Voting in New Jersey in 2020
How To Create Your NJ Voter Portal

Senior Selected As Equity In Civics Youth Fellow

Senior Raneen Rehani was selected as an Equity in Civics Youth Fellow with Tufts University and CivXNow. Raneen is one of 22 students across the nation and the only student representing the State of New Jersey. This is a paid year-long program for students in grades 7–12 to lend their voice to the discussion on equity in civic education. As a Fellow she will engage in rich discussion and explore the pressing issues facing our nation while adding necessary youth voice, perspectives, and talents to the CivXNow movement. Fellows have the opportunity to engage with experts in the fields of civics, education, policy, and media and represent CivXNow on panels and at events throughout the country.

MSA Holds Virtual Field Trip

This year marks the 4th year that the senior MSA students have gotten to experience the Stockton Exercise and Health Program along with other health science field majors at Stockton University. Although this was the first virtual visit, students were able to hear from various staff, ask questions, see a live demonstration of the anatomage table as well as a demo of the simulation suite that Stockton offers. We also heard from one of the head athletic trainers and a member of the Physical Therapy faculty. The day closed with two presentations from school of health students and them sharing the experiences and the clubs they are involved with. Students asked questions through each presentation and the faculty made it a fun and interactive day!

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Great News for the Arts in EHT...

Attention Drama Students and Parents/Guardians: We are pleased to tell you that the annual Fall Production is safely in the works, starting with auditions in the coming weeks!!!

(Students - be sure to get the classroom code from Mr. Guenther or Mr. Kristeller for updates and information.)

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Homework Help

If you need some homework help after the school day is complete, check out the program below being offered by Stockton University. Feel free to share

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Kick off the virtual start of the school year with some new EHT gear! The School Store is now online and open for business! Check out "The Nest @ EHTHS" to get all your #ehtpride gear. For a limited time, get FREE local delivery to EHT for any size order. >> << #ehtstrong #embrace #engage #educate
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Road Back to School UPDATE: EHT is going LIVE! As we prepare to implement our Hybrid Instruction starting during the week of October 26th we will be able to offer "live streaming," and in-turn access to your child's teacher and classes. #EHTPride #EHTReady
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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
Locating Codes and Joining Google Classroom
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November 5 & 6

School Closed

NJEA Convention



Mr. Michael J. Pellegrino

Supervisor of Athletics and Activities

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



Our current record is 3-1.

We defeated St. Joe's on Wed at home 4-0. Kylie Elwell had a goal and an assist. Jenna Gray, Madison Hannon, and Taylor Wright also had goals. Brianne Macchia, Kara Wilson, and Addison Jacobs had assists. Star Gage had 2 saves for EHT in goal, Rebecca Macchia had 1 save, and Sarah McGinnis had 1 save.

We defeated Cedar Creek this past Saturday at them 4-0. Goals were scored by Madison Hannon, Ella Seymour, Kara Wilson, and Jenna Gray. Jenna Gray also had 2 assists while Kara Wilson and Emily Gargan each had an assist. Rebecca Macchia had 5 saves for EHT.


Girls Soccer celebrated senior day with a statement 6-1 win over Holy Spirit on Saturday. Senior Niki Danz scored twice in the first half with the second coming right before halftime to give the Lady Eagles a 2-0 lead at the midway point. She later netted a third to complete the hat trick. Senior Kristen Semet placed a well directed finish into the side panel for her third goal of the season. Senior captain Lauren Baxter and junior Adeline Umphlett rounded out the scoring for EHT as they move to 3-0 on the season outscoring their opponents 21-1 along the way. Seniors Kyleigh Oberman and Madison Morgan accounted for 3 assists on the day while underclassmen Maddie Eye and Gabriella Piantadosi also contributed a trio of goal creating passes. Senior defenders Hayley Duncan, Casey Biglan (captain), and Meghan Maul (captain) helped senior goal keeper Samantha Oliver secure the win. Congratulations to the class of 2021!