2016 EHS Graduating Senior EPEF Scholarship Recipients pictured here with EPEF Trustees from (l-r) Karl Clark (EPEF Vice-President), Lynn Lowe and Laura Canavera (fr). EHS Awardees/Colleges(l-r): Albaro Rivas/ Hofstra University; Sarah Bystrycki/ Alvernia University; Ailin Cornelius/ TCNJ; Abigail Bergstrom/ Iowa State University; Claire Ehret/ TCNJ; Jacquelyn Gummel/ MCCC.

 

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Ewing Public Education Foundation (EPEF) is an independent, non-profit citizen’s organization dedicated to providing innovative educational experiences for students and the community of Ewing Township.  Click here to read more…

 

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Good evening. Yesterday, the Ewing Public Education Foundation (EPEF) elected and installed new officers to head the organization for the upcoming years. Congratulations to Secretary Whitney Lewis and Vice President Lisa Stewart, Esq. in their new roles. As for the position of the presidency, President Steve Szmutko passed the baton to yours truly.
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I wish to thank Steve for his leadership, his guidance and his friendship during his tenure. Steve took the reign four years ago from Wayne Staub, President Emeritus. Wayne laid the foundation of this organization’s success, to include the establishment of the EPEF Scholarship Program, which blossomed from the initial award of one $500 for a Ewing High School graduate to this year’s total awards totaling $9,500. Steve strengthen that foundation as we transitioned to new technologies and updated procedures for the changing times. Under Steve’s leadership and through collaborative work between Educational Testing Service (ETS), Ewing Township and the Ewing School District, an EPEF’s initiative to establish the Hollowbrook Education and Technology Center was realized. The center makes available 20 computer stations, Wi-Fi availability, and work areas for Ewing students and residence’s use. Both Wayne and Steve were extremely effective in achieving EPEF’s goals and supportive of EPEF’s mission.
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I wish to thank the Trustees, the Executive Director, committee chairs and members for their hard work, their diligences, tenacity for getting the job done, and doing what it takes to collaborate with corporate partners and the district in order to provide special programs and products in support of Ewing school district students. Their work is crucial to the success of EPEF! Thank you!
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I pray that my contributions equally provide success for this organization and support for its members, who really makes all this work. I thank each of them for entrusting EPEF to me.
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Our work continues with the number one priority being our children’s educational career from K – 12. We should always ask what we could do to assist our teachers and administrators in providing that wonderful learning experience through instructions that CONNECT, INNOVATE, & INSPIRE our kids to reach their goals. When obstacles are met, what could we do to meet and overcome those challenges? How do we make the impossible … POSSIBLE! This is the question I’ll ask myself each time. Let’s begin!
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Respectfully,
Karl
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Congratulations and Best Wishes to newly elected officers: President Karl Clark, Vice President Lisa Albright, and Secretary Whitney Lewis. May their service and leadership guide the Foundation as it continues to increase its support of teachers and students of Ewing Public Schools. ... See MoreSee Less

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