Archive for: April, 2015

 
GMHS Students Participate in Model United Nations Convention

GMHS Students Participate in Model United Nations Convention

Eight General McLane High School students participated in Annual High School Model UN competition at Mercyhurst University on April 25. Junior Emily Hughes was one of four students to earn a scholarship. Representing Palestine, Hughes earned a Superior Rating along with a $2500 scholarship. During the conference, delegates debate such issues as […]

 
Fun After PSSA Testing

Fun After PSSA Testing

Both McKean and Edinboro Elementary Schools are having some fun after the PSSA tests. McKean Fourth graders created a video, showcasing their “Test Taker Face”. Edinboro Elementary PTO sponsored Spirit Days. Wednesday was PJ Day, Thursday was Crazy Hat Day and Friday is GM spiritwear day. On Thursday evening, the […]

 
Penny Drive at Edinboro Elementary School

Penny Drive at Edinboro Elementary School

Edinboro Elementary School’s Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) is hosting a Penny Drive Wednesday through Friday this week. This drive is a fundraiser for the PTO, which is a non-profit organization comprised of parents and guardians of students, current administration and teachers, and is open to any patron who wishes to […]

 
Elementary Students Learn Water Safety

Elementary Students Learn Water Safety

As the weather warms up, McKean Elementary fourth graders are learning about water safety basics. Through partnerships with Edinboro University, Fairview Fire and Rescue and Presque Isle State Park Cost Guard, students are engaged in water safety lessons in order to become more aware and confident when in and around the […]

 
Tom DiVecchio Visits Edinboro Elementary

Tom DiVecchio Visits Edinboro Elementary

JET-TV senior meteorologist Tom DiVecchio presented on weather to Edinboro Elementary Second Graders today. During his presentation, DiVecchio had student volunteers to  demonstrated how radar works. While one student acted as the radar that was searching for the storm, another student acted as the storm moving closer to the radar. […]

 
GMHS Hosts PYD Summit

GMHS Hosts PYD Summit

General McLane High School was selected to host a special Positive Youth Development of Erie County Summit for PYD Student Leadership Councils. The Youth Summit was a student leadership conference for designated schools only that PYD has worked with for positive change in the school environment. The objective of the […]

 
McKean students “pie” principal for Autism Awareness

McKean students “pie” principal for Autism Awareness

McKean Elementary School raised a total of $811.82 through their fundraiser, “Collecting Coins for Autism Awareness.” Throughout the month of April, McKean Elementary Autistic Support and Emotional Support Classes “Collect[ed] Coins for Autism Awareness”, with all money going to the Autism Society of NW PA. The classes that collected the […]

 
GMHS Wins Award for Autism Awareness

GMHS Wins Award for Autism Awareness

Congratulations to General McLane High School’s Club Connections for winning “MOST FUNDS RAISED for SCHOOL Team” by the Autism Society – NWPA. Through a series of events, the Club raised more than $1,000 (with the help of McKean Elementary and GMHS Student Council). The students will be awarded with a […]

 
Elementary Students ‘Skype’ with Marine

Elementary Students ‘Skype’ with Marine

McKean Elementary students had an opportunity for a one of kind lesson on attentive listening. Mrs. Weber’s second grade class connected with Corporal Daniel Davis of the United States Marine Corp, who is stationed in Japan, through the telecommunications application software product Skype. Students gathered information to ask questions and […]

 
GMHS Students Spread Autism Awareness at Elementary School

GMHS Students Spread Autism Awareness at Elementary School

General McLane High School students went to McKean Elementary School last week to talk to students about Autism Awareness. Students about how to be a good friend, accept others and help students diagnosed with autism. Elementary students also had the opportunity to ask questions and engage in healthy discussions. April […]