Egg Harbor Township High School

Week of March 7, 2021

A Message From Our Principal

Greetings,


In just a little over a week, many students will return to school for the 4/1 model. This means that on Monday, March 22nd, all students will be virtual but on Tuesday, March 23rd, students who have chosen to be in person will begin 4 day in person learning each week. It is exciting to know we are moving forward with the plan to reopen our schools safely. While we will still be on an abbreviated day, we will continue to work toward the road forward.


Coming back or returning to in person learning means that students have chosen to be here so we need to reinforce a few things that are important for us to remain open:


  • Wearing both a mask and a face shield will be required at all times (face shields will be provided on your return to school March 23rd).

  • Keeping social distance at all times to the best of your ability.

  • All policies are expected to be followed each day you are in person at school. This includes, dressing appropriately, no hats or head coverings, use of passes, and our code of conduct, to name a few. Our hand book is on line if you would like to review it.

  • Driving privileges are for seniors only with approval and registration in Ms. Carugno’s office (Assistant Principal).

  • Lunches are "grab and go" as you leave the building and are available to all students as they exit the school.


Let us not forget, we are still in a pandemic but trying to make some adjustments for our students to be in school. Therefore, our social distancing, wearing masks and face shields, and washing hands frequently will certainly contribute to the school being open and moving towards more days in person. Teachers and staff are looking forward to having more students in the building.


For students who continue to remain fully virtual there will be one more opportunity to return to in-person learning this year. That will be in mid April when we start the fourth marking period. You will have to contact the school via email and request your return. Of course you may stay virtual for the remainder of the year if you choose to and at any point students that are in-person may opt to go fully virtual.


Until next week, stay safe, be well, continue to dream of the possibilities ahead of us, be happy and smile at someone!


Ms.Connor


#EHTREADY: THE ROAD FORWARD

On February 23, 2021, Dr. Gruccio announced Egg Harbor Township School District’s plan for “The Road Forward.” Details of the announcement can be found here (linked)
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El 23 de febrero de 2021, la Dra. Gruccio anunció el plan del distrito escolar de Egg Harbor Township para ‘El Camino Hacia Adelante’. Los detalles del anuncio se pueden encontrar aquí
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Beginning Tuesday, February 9, 2021

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STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

Students of the Week

STUDENT: Rebecca Makres

NOMINATED BY: Mrs. Jerome

Becca is a kind and helpful student. She is quite thoughtful and an active participant in all aspects of class.


STUDENT: Rocco

NOMINATED BY: Mrs. Jerome

Rocco is a dedicated and hardworking student. He brings lots of great outside connections to our class discussions.​

Students Seek Unmanned Aerial Systems Certification

On February 16th, nine of our Egg Harbor Township Students began their journey towards unmanned aerial systems (drone) certification. As part of a partnership with Atlantic Cape Community College and the Perkins V centralized local needs assessment process, the college was able to offer students the opportunity to take the AVIT140 college course at no cost to our students. Students are pictured learning to navigate through flight patterns with the drones outside. The class culminates in early May and will offer the students the opportunity to complete the FAA Parts 107 certification test.

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Mrs. Grossman Presents Library Resources to CRO Students

On 3/3/21, EHTHS Librarian Dawn Grossman gave a guest presentation to our senior Clinical Research and Observation Semester 2 class. Mrs. Grossman discussed the Atlantic County Library resources, our free databases to access clinical research topics, and explained how to access the materials available through our library and the Atlantic County Library with a membership. Students completed an Escape Room Google Form created by our librarians, to showcase and help explain how to access materials and make APA citations. Thank you Mrs. Grossman!
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MSA Alum Speaks to CRO Students

2016 EHTHS Medical Science Academy graduate Brianna Previti was a guest speaker on this past virtual-Monday for our current senior Clinical Research and Observation students! Brianna reviewed her EMT experiences and the paramedic training that she is undergoing. Ms. Previti explained how she changed her career pursuit when the pandemic hit, to better fit what she liked to do. That decision has benefited her and the information that she presented to our seniors was an excellent way to help our students in their own decisions to embark on a medical career or any career. Thank you!
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Mr. Kristeller's US History II Students Visit the 50's

US History II students went back in time this week dressed up as 1950's cultural icons during a virtual sock hop! Students acted as their icons during the whole period. We also made a Hand Jive and Twist dance video!

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International Women's Day

Happy International Women’s Day! We’re sharing an exhibit in our Media Center that was on display last March to celebrate the passage of the 19th Amendment. Hopefully our students will have a chance to visit it in the future and learn about the contributions of women in our electoral process.

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"Anyway the Wind Blows"

The EHTHS Indoor Drumline did a great job putting the first movement of their show, “Anyway the Wind Blows” out on the floor for our parents and community! They are under the excellent direction and leadership of Mr. Marc Spatz, Mr. Matt Wyckoff, Mr. Mike Belskis & Mr. Michael Benoit!
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If you had to give up something for an entire year what would it be and why?

English Learners share their insightful thoughts from their journal writing.
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CLIMATE AND CULTURE

The 2021 reboot of Les Miserables is underway!

We will be broadcasting our show with a live stream. More info is to come!

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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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THE NEST IS ONLINE

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. >> http://shopthenesteht.com/ << #ehtstrong #embrace #engage #educate
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COMMUNITY PRIDE

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SOCIAL EMOTIONAL AND MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT & RESOURCES

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

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New Jersey Hope and Healing March 2021 Calendar
>Free virtual groups with clickable links<

Grades 9 & 10

Grades 11 & 12

Join Together Atlantic County

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:


http://www.jtacnj.org/opioids-and-athletes.html

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FROM OUR SCHOOL DISTRICT

ONE STOP SHOPPING FOR EHT ED TECH

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: https://ehtedtech.weebly.com/

MORE SELF HELP VIDEOS...

  • 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: https://youtu.be/-SJFfya0WGo
  • 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: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzvUOJKkh3k&feature=youtu.be
  • 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: https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=i6lgBOh1YpU&feature=youtu.be
  • 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: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aVutLPNRs9I&feature=youtu.be
  • 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: http://mvnt.us/m1154434
  • 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: http://mvnt.us/m1112980
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 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzvUOJKkh3k&feature=youtu.be

EHT PARENT PORTAL ACCOUNT SET-UP

  • 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. https://youtu.be/bL1Qqs8sNm4



Create a Parent Portal Account
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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

ATHLETICS

LIVE SPORTS CHANNEL

We are now broadcasting live sports for all the home games/meets through the winter season. Click on the picture below to view the channel.

BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL

The boys varsity basketball team finished their season on a high note. Winning their final nine games and finishing the season 14-1. The best regular season record in school history.


As was the case for the entire season, the final two games had multiple players in double figures in scoring.

Scoring leaders

vs Lacey Twp: Carlos Lopez 36, DJ Germann 20, Ethan Dodd 10

vs St. Joseph: DJ Germann 21, Ethan Dodd 16, Isaiah Glenn 13, Carlos Lopez 10


​At our final game of the season, a 66-60 win over Press of AC #2 ranked St. Joseph's, Junior Carlos Lopez scored his 1,000th point of his career.


Thank you to all our players, parents, managers, and coaching staff for a phenomenal season. To our seniors, we will miss you dearly.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

EHT fell to Ocean City 57-27. Lauren Baxter led the Eagles (8-6) with 10 points and grabbed six rebounds. Yani Davis scored eight points and grabbed four rebounds. Amelia Zinckgraf had eight rebounds and scored four. Sofie Palumbo scored two. Mikki Pomatto grabbed five rebounds and scored one.

BOYS AND GIRLS SWIMMING

As the Eagle's swim teams head into their last weeks of competition, the girls team was victorious with a 109-60 win over OLMA let by first place finishes from Seniors Alexandria Cotter and Ava McDonough. The girls team is currently 6-1 and on top of the CAL American Division. The boys team also 6-1 and has Cape May Tech on Friday.

GIRLS WINTER TRACK AND FIELD

The girls track and field team had three meets this winter track season.


3/10 vs Mainland and Holy Spirit

1st place 55 dash: Lauren Princz

1st place 200 meters: Jayda Green

1st place 4x400 relay: Alexa Ali, Lauren Princz, Julia Alberico, Anne Rutledge


3/3 vs. Absegami

1st place 55 dash: Lauren Princz

1st place 55 hurdles: Mariah Stephens

1st place 400 meters: Anne Rutledge

1st place 1600 meters: Taylor Rooney

1st place 4x200 relay: Mariah Stephens, Lauren Princz, Jayda Green, Izzy Cheeseman

1st place 4x800 relay: Anne Rutledge, Addie Umphlett, Lindsay Taylor, Taylor Rooney


2/24 vs ACIT

1st place 55 dash: Lauren Princz

1st place 55 hurdles: Mariah Stephens

1st place 200 meters: Lauren Princz

1st place 800 meters: Lindsay Taylor

1st place 4x400 relay: Alexa Ali, Taylor Rooney, Julia Alberico, Anne Rutledge

1st place DMR relay: Anne Rutledge, Addie Umphlett, Jaidyn Mulloy, Taylor Rooney

BOYS WINTER TRACK AND FIELD

Polar Bear Meet vs Holy Spirit and Mainland High Schools @ EHTHS


The team finished off our short winter season on a beautiful day in Egg Harbor Township. The sun was shining and high school student-athletes were competing in our great sport of track and field. Before the meet, we were able to get a team picture taken, as well as a senior picture honoring our seniors who have gone through a lot this past year. These seniors are from Left to Right: Fernando Martinez, Ahmad Brock, Nico Valdivieso, Ethan Kenney, Michael Mirville, and Aidan Winkler.


We were also very thankful to have Mighty The Eagle out to cheer on the team!


The team will continue to practice until the end date of Winter Track and Field 3/27 and return for our Spring season on April 1st. We are hoping to go through full season (minus our weekend relay meets,) giving our student-athletes a chance to show the hard work and dedication over this last year.

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