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Rivell, Michael ('09) 0616214
Lisa Williams (Press), Lisa ('84) 0616196
Gaud (Paye), Tanya ('99) 0616152
Rowan, Melissa ('08) 0616035
Arrubla, Daniella ('10) 0615936
Ta, Wing ('06) 0615924
Rinehart (Gilbert), Lisa ('09) 0615923
Escobar, Mayraluz ('11) 0612355
Mount, Jennifer ('11) 0612353
Asia (White), Asia ('11) 0612352
Bauder (Parsons), Lauren ('12) 0612351
Garrone, Kevin ('12) 0612350
Hinds, Samantha ('11) 0612348
Hector (Soto), Junior ('10) 0612346
Arroyo, Brianna ('10) 0612345
Maxwell, Angela ('11) 0612344
Ortzman (Foster), Hope ('11) 0612343
Laramore, Jasmine ('11) 0612341
Acierto, Eric (Swifty) ('11) 0610743
Winkler, Michelle ('08) 0610270
Price (Cheeseman), Dawn ('88) 0610155
Douglas, Daniel ('10) 0609938
Kuppel (Mattle), Michele ('93) 0609877
Bernardo, Ally ('08) 0609776
Chacon, Henry ('10) 0605966

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EHT School District Ok’s School Marketing to

Raise Additional Funds


After nearly a year of discussions, the Egg Harbor Township School District Board of Education (BOE) approved a proposal in 2012 by Advantage3 that opened the door for national, regional and local businesses to advertise inside and outside Egg Harbor Township High School. Based in Mount Laurel, Advantage3 specializes in municipal and school district corporate sponsorship marketing.

The program, funded by the Community Partnership for Egg Harbor Township Schools Inc., is a national branding campaign offered to school districts and municipalities to help increase revenue and reduce tax burdens on residents.

In what would be a three to five year agreement through the Middlesex Regional Educational Services Commission, the school district is hoping to open up a reliable source of revenue to assist the general fund of the public school budget. “We are looking at this as a long-term alternative revenue source that could be earmarked to fund much-needed classroom technology – particularly for our elementary schools,” said Superintendent Dr. Scott McCartney.

The marketing project began with a lengthy asset-identification process that required the district to identify potential marketing areas of the high school including the pool, tennis courts, new football stadium, outdoor school signage, scoreboards, performing arts center, multiple gymnasiums, weight room, cafeteria, hallways, school store, and meeting rooms. The BOE was very firm that it would not allow any corporate sponsorships that were not appropriate for a student audience.

Once the marketing assets were identified, Advantage3 formulated a district-approved marketing portfolio that is offered to potential corporate sponsors in 1 - 5-year agreements. More years committed by the sponsor means less-expensive sponsorships.

“The Advantage3 program represents a unique opportunity for area businesses to show their support for Egg Harbor Township students, faculty and staff, while marketing their products and services in highly visible locations. We're eager to help Advantage3 identify potential advertisers and to develop relationships that benefit those sponsors, as well as the district,” said Tracey Wiser, president of the Community Partnership.

 Once a sponsor has committed, they will pay the Community Partnership for Egg Harbor Township Schools, Inc. 100% of the marketing fee up front and the Community Partnership would then cut a check for the 20% back to the Advantage3 organization. At the end of the agreement with the sponsors, Advantage3 contacts them to see if they want to ‘re-up’ the agreement or not.  If needed, Advantage3 goes out hunting for new sponsors at that point. The Community Partnership only pays additional fees if it decides to add additional campuses to the agreement. 

Eighty percent of income from corporate sponsors will come back to the Community Partnership, and 20% of revenue goes to Advantage3 with 2% of gross revenue going to the Middlesex Regional Education Commission Association (MRECA). No additional bids or Requests for Proposals (RFPs) are required of potential sponsors by the district because Advantage3 was awarded the contract by MRECA in 2011 to conduct asset identification services, marketing and advertising for the purpose of generating revenue in accordance with RFP 11/12-01.

Established in 2006, the Community Partnership for Egg Harbor Township Schools, Inc. is a non-profit public charity dedicated to providing financial assistance to the Egg Harbor Township Public School District, the largest school district in Atlantic County.  Our Board of Trustees is comprised of area business leaders, concerned community members, parents and school district staff members who volunteer their time to advocate for the needs of EHT students and staff, raising money for Academic Enhancement, cutting-edge Technology, Extra-Curricular Activities and Capital Projects. 

To date, the Community Partnership has raised more than $210,000 and funded the following projects:

High School Projects:

new Field House concession stand equipment: $25,000

AP Tests: $3,000

Marquee Sign: $52,102.69

Steinway Piano: $52,490

Lacrosse equipment & uniforms: $7,500

TV Studio upgrades: $32,000

Chris Herren anti-drug message Presentation: $4,500

EHTHS Alumni website: $1,599 + $1,200 annual maintenance fee = $3,999

Primary Schools:

Playground installation at two Primary Schools: $11,020

Middle Schools:

Classroom Technology: $2,000

Renaissance Program: $3,566

Chris Herren anti-drug message Presentation: $4,500

Academic Awards: $400

Leg-Up Program/Atlantic Riding Center: $2,500

Middle School Total: $12,966


Elementary Schools:

World Drumming Program: $4,600



Atlantic County Luncheon for Teachers of the Year

In order to provide additional resources to EHT Public Schools, the Community Partnership for Egg Harbor Township Schools, Inc. hosts several special events during the year, conducts an annual fund drive through the Public Employees Charitable Campaign, and seeks grant funding to support the current and future educational needs of the student body. For more information on Advantage3 contact Bryan McGair or Justin Davis at (973) 763-1577. For more information, visit the Community Partnership website at, call (609)646-8441 X1017, or send email inquiries to


Welcome alumni, parents, faculty and friends!

Welcome to our new online community.  Membership is FREE and available exclusively to our alumni and friends!

This is EHTHS's private, online community created exclusively for Egg Harbor HS alumni.   It is a secure, password-protected environment established by Egg Harbor Township High School.

Once you register, an email will be sent to confirm your membership and validate your email address.  Be sure to click on the link in this email so your account can be activated.


After registering the site administrator will review your profile, and after his/her approval, you will receive an email with your login details.

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