Archive for: March, 2015

 

GMHS students create fun-filled flash mob dance

General McLane High School students recently took over the cafeteria in their flash mob performance. Coordinated through Mrs. Stauffer’s Aerobic Classes, approximately 60 juniors performed the first ever flash mob at General McLane. The performance lasted about four minutes and included choreographed moves to pieces of four different songs. Great job ladies!

 
The Hill Brothers Bring Character Show to Elementary Schools

The Hill Brothers Bring Character Show to Elementary Schools

The Hill Brothers brought “The Character Show” to McKean and Edinboro Elementary schools on Monday. Approximately 760 students in grades K-4 attended the performance, which included participatory songs, games and dance. This assembly was sponsored by McKean Elementary PTA and Edinboro Elementary PTO. The Hill Brothers began performing for children […]

 
March Driver of the Month

March Driver of the Month

The March Driver of the Month is Theresa Wolfe. Theresa is one of our veteran drivers who has been driving for the district since April, 1985. She started driving because it was the perfect job that was a good fit with her children’s schedule. She began as a substitute driver, […]

 
MS Student Wins Lioness Club Peace Poster Contest

MS Student Wins Lioness Club Peace Poster Contest

  James W. Parker Middle School sixth grader Alexis Stanley was the winner of this year’s Lioness Club Peace Poster Contest. This is an annual art contest that encourages kids worldwide to express their visions of peace. For more than 25 years, millions of children from nearly 100 countries have participated […]

 

General McLane Partners with Special Olympics Pennsylvania to Offer Unified Track and Field program

General McLane School District is partnering with Special Olympics Pennsylvania to offer a fully-inclusive Interscholastic Unified Track and Field program. General McLane joins Fairview and McDowell high schools as the only three schools offering this program in Erie. This co-ed sports program is open to boys and girls with disabilities […]

 
Coffee Cart Thursdays at General McLane High School

Coffee Cart Thursdays at General McLane High School

Thanks to the Coffee Cart Crew, everyone is starting to look forward to Thursdays at General McLane High School. Every Thursday, students in the high school’s Life Skills and Autistic Support program run the coffee cart, which was an idea that Mr. Mennow, Erin Bentley, and Nicole McFadden discussed last […]

 
Governor visits General McLane High School

Governor visits General McLane High School

Governor Tom Wolf visited General McLane High School on Wednesday as part of his “Schools That Teach Tour” to discuss the 2015-2016 Budget’s and his historic investment in education. During his tour at the high school, Governor Wolf got an inside look at a Broadway Dinner rehearsal, a metals class, […]

 
GM Patient Actor and Medical Club Receives Donation

GM Patient Actor and Medical Club Receives Donation

Eberle’s Physical Therapy made a donation to the GM Patient Actor and Medical Club yesterday. This donation will help the GM Patient Actor and Medical Club Members attend the regional medical conference in Erie Pa on March 21, 2015. Currently, five students will attend professional medical presentations from a variety […]

 
JWPMS Students Host Afternoon Tea

JWPMS Students Host Afternoon Tea

James W. Parker Middle School’s students held their first ever Afternoon Tea, where they invited their family and friends to an afternoon of tea, coffee and a spread of sandwiches and desserts. “We decided to host the Afternoon Tea because the students wanted to showcase all of their abilities to their parents […]

 
JWPMS Student Advances to National Level for PTSA Contest

JWPMS Student Advances to National Level for PTSA Contest

James W. Parker Middle School student Ellen Eisert advances to the National level of the PTA Reflections Contest. “I am so very proud of Ellen and her recognition in advancing to the Reflections national level,” said James W. Parker Middle School art teacher Christina Martin. “She used her creativity to […]