Bag Recycling Items accepted.
7 days ago, Gwynne Millar
Bag
Bag Recycling
The Sustainability Club is ready to collect plastic bags for recycling. The bags will be used to make TREX decking and benches. There are 3 drop off locations in the building; one box at the front entrance, one in the senior high foyer and one in the cafeteria. Please send your bags in with your child or drop them off. Thank you!
7 days ago, Gwynne Millar
If you haven't already, please consider ordering some gifts from our Tru Earth fundraiser. Your clothes will look great and your carbon footprint will be reduced. Win, Win! Thank you on behalf of the EWG Sustainability Club. https://fundraising.tru.earth/EWGSUSCLUB
about 1 month ago, Gwynne Millar
EWG Junior Aidan Thornton has produced a new commercial for EWG's school newspaper. Check it out here! https://youtu.be/yu9zO1cL1KE
about 1 month ago, Brent Robitaille
screenshot
This week's highlight: EWG's future engineers competing to create (and market) the best doorstop! Get the full story on The Mercury! www.ewgmercury.edublogs.org
about 2 months ago, Brent Robitaille
Creator of the most popular doorstop: Emily Yoon
Another popular contestant
The winning entry
The Class of 2024 is selling EWG themed apparel until Saturday, December 3. Items can be ordered at https://rhodytees.printavo.com/merch/ewgfundraiser2021/. Contact Mr Walsh at michael_walsh@ewg.k12.ri.us if you have any questions.
about 2 months ago, Michael Walsh
Long Sleeve
Pull-over Hoodie
Winter Hat
Zip-Up Hoodie
The EWG 2022-2023 school year application is now open for prospective students. Use the QR code to link to the online application.
2 months ago, Gwynne Millar
QR
Prospective Students!!!! Please join us for an Open House on December 9th at 6:00pm to learn more about the amazing learning opportunities at EWG.
2 months ago, Gwynne Millar
Open House
Ever wonder how fast a Nerf toy fires a projectile and how much force is needed to do so? Physics students were tasked with determining this in their recent lab. They applied their knowledge of Projectile Motion in 2-Dimensions and Dynamics to figure this out!
2 months ago, Gwynne Millar
Nerf
Get some pep, EWG! Students were thrilled to help resume a school tradition. Visit the Mercury for more photos! ewgmercury.edublogs.org
2 months ago, Brent Robitaille
EWG Pep Rally, October 28, 2021
Raspberry Pi PLT Students are exploring how to program and use a Raspberry Pi (a small, versatile computer). Students are introduced to Python, a coding language that can control a variety of sensors, lights, and motors.
2 months ago, Gwynne Millar
Raspberry Pi
Raspberry Pi
Drones 101 Students learned how to build, program and fly a drone from scratch and earned their TRUST UAS Safety Certifications. Eligible students are taking their FAA Part 107 Certification test in November which will allow them to fly professionally and for money.
2 months ago, Gwynne Millar
Drones
Drones
Drones
The floriculture class has been learning about elements of design. They worked creatively today to make centerpieces for homecoming! They will be making holiday wreaths and centerpieces for a November and December fundraiser. More information will be available soon.
3 months ago, Gwynne Millar
floral design
Floral
Floral
Underground Turbine, EWG's 2020-2021 Wind Turbine Team, is being recognized for their Wind Energy contributions by being featured on the banner for American Clean Power Week!
3 months ago, Gwynne Millar
Wind
The Mercury is in! Check out the EWG High School newspaper for ongoing Spirit Week coverage, and also a new column from the high school principal. www.ewgmercury.edublogs.org
3 months ago, Gwynne Millar
Newspaper
Sponsored by the EWG Sustainability Club
3 months ago, Gwynne Millar
Farmers Market
Homecoming Information.
3 months ago, Gwynne Millar
HC
SENIORS!!! Spirit Day T-Shirts are on sale now until Friday. See Ms. Nardi in s-21 to order yours.
3 months ago, Gwynne Millar
10th grade students Violet Potter and Isabella Brown developing skill with using micropipets. These tools are considered the workhorse of molecular biology.
3 months ago, Gwynne Millar
Biotech
Science teacher, Gwynne Millar, spent 2 days on Prudence Island at the Narragansett Bay National Estuarine Research Preserve studying estuaries. The Teachers on the Estuary (TOTE) program is sponsored by NOA. There she tagged Monarch butterflies, collected data on estuary health and the impact due to climate change and used a seine net to identify and count beneficial organisms as an indicator of estuary health. She plans to take some students to the preserve in the spring to help them better understand human impact on the environment and about the collaborative efforts among many federal, state and local organizations working to protect and restore these vital habitats.
4 months ago, Gwynne Millar
TOTE
TOTE
TOTE