Egg Harbor Township High School

Weekly

March 1, 2019

From the desk of the principal

The character education word of the month is CITIZENSHIP.

STUDENTS OF THE WEEK

STUDENT: Kara Semet

NOMINATED By: Mrs. Olenik

On behalf of Student Council, we would like to nominate Kara Semet for attending our annual Faces 4 Autism breakfast at Augie's in OC last Saturday night. Kara is not in our club, but attended and had a great time with Charlie and Louis Johnson. It was wonderful to see Kara have such a nice time interacting with both boys. This was a terrific example of inclusion!


STUDENT: Kevin Ortiz Bermudez

NOMINATED By: Mrs. Law

Kevin is a kind student who has a strong work ethic. Kevin always exemplifies compassion and helps his fellow peers. He is an absolute pleasure to have in class.

Business Leaders Visit ALAB Academy

On Tuesday February 26, 2019 the Academy of Law and Business (ALAB) students participated in Egg Harbor Township High School’s 3rd Annual Entrepreneurship Fair. To start off the day Dr. Gruccio opened with her son, Jared, owner of Stock Skinny. Then local business owners Lindsey Passante, Wesley Yakopcic, Tony Dipietro, and Eric Reich presented an interactive Q&A on their personal journey of hard work and education to becoming prosperous business owners. The day concluded with a culminating entrepreneurship themed project in which students were tasked with creating a promotional item for a local business. Local Entrepreneurship Professor Karl Giulian judged the project and sent the students off with an inspirational presentation about becoming an entrepreneur. We are so appreciative of ACCC, Snap Fitness, Reich Asset Management LLC, Voya Financial Advisors, and Fievel and Louise for Embracing, Engaging, and Educating our students.​

Mrs. Steet and Mrs. Theophall Honored at BOE Meeting

On Tuesday night, the Board of Education held its annual recognition ceremony for the district's Teachers of the Year and Educational Service Professionals of the Year. Mrs. Steet and Mrs. Theophall were presented plaques and flowers in front of a standing room only audience. I also had the distinct pleasure of introducing our two honorees to the audience and describing the exceptional work they do on a daily basis. Congratulations Denise and Nicole!
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Mary Poppins is coming

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Mary Poppins

Thursday, April 11th, 7pm to Sunday, April 14th, 2pm

24 High School Drive

Egg Harbor Township, NJ

Mary Poppins - Dinner with the Director

Tuesday, March 26th, 6-9pm

6710 Tilton Road

Egg Harbor Township, NJ

IMPORTANT DATES

March 8, 2019

Interact Club Super Smash Bros. Tournament

EHTHS Upper Cafeteria

5:00pm-9:00pm

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March 9, 2019

SAT

EHTHS


March 26, 2019

Mary Poppins

Dinner with the Director

6:00pm-9:00pm

Shore Diner

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April 11 - 14, 2019

Egg Harbor Township High School presents

Mary Poppins

Super Smash Bros. Tournament

Friday, March 8th, 5-9pm

24 High School Drive

Egg Harbor Township, NJ

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ATHLETICS

Mr. Michael J. Pellegrino

Supervisor of Athletics and Activities

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

pellegrm@eht.k12.nj.us

WEEKLY GAME/SCORE REPORT

Boys Winter Track and Field

The NJSIAA New Jersey Meet of Champions - held at The John Bennett Indoor Athletic Complex “The Bubble” Toms River, NJ on 2-23-19

Mubeen Momodu jumped 6-0 in the High Jump to place 13th in the state.

Anthony Vazquez ran 7.90 in the 55m hurdles to place 18th in the state.

Wrestling

Results -

2019 Region 8 Wrestling Tournament @ Egg Harbor Twp HS

Team Placed - 28th - 8 Points

5th Place - 182 - Nick Leone

DNP - 138 - Jack Schaivo

DNP - 152 - Brione Preston

DNP - 160 - Jani Kolefski

Upcoming:

NJSIAA State Wrestling Tournament @ Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall

February 28 - March 1-2 - 2019

Boys Varsity Basketball

The boys varsity basketball team lost a tough first round playoff game to Atlantic City at home on Monday night 49-60 to end their season.

Girls Varsity Basketball

2/25/19 EHT (40) vs. Lenape (81) LOSS

The team travelled to Lenape High School on Monday for the first round of the NJSIAA tournament against the number 1 seed Lenape Indians. The girls played tough but were outmatched. Jayla Perdomo led EHT in scoring with 12 points, including 2 threes. The team went 10-12 from the foul line.


EHT (37) vs. Cedar Creek (41) LOSS

The girls closed out their season with a home game against Cedar Creek on Wednesday. This was our senior night and we honored our only survivor, Mackenzie Mahana. Natasha Iqbal played the National Anthem on her violin and kicked off a tight game. In the end Cedar Creek outscored us 41-37. Lauren Baxter and Madison Israel had 12 and 13 points respectively. It was a long season, but the girls worked hard everyday.

February Athletes of the Month

Congratulations to the Athletes of the Month for February:

WINTER CHEER – Justine Chishko

GIRLS WINTER TRACK – Mariah Stephens

BOYS WINTER TRACK - Mubeen Momodu

BOWLING – Aubrey Lloyd

GIRLS SWIMMING – Oliva Evans

BOYS SWIMMING - A.J. Mallari

GIRLS BASKETBALL - Madison Israel

BOYS BASKETBALL – Ethan Dodd