Archive for: April, 2016

 
GM Alumnus Ben Swank Named to NABC Under Armour 30-Under-30 Team

GM Alumnus Ben Swank Named to NABC Under Armour 30-Under-30 Team

Former General McLane student-athlete and Wisconsin-Green Bay men’s basketball assistant coach Ben Swank has been named to the 2016 NABC Under Armour 30-Under-30 Team. The award recognizes the top 30 college basketball coaches under the age of 30. Swank finished his first year as the assistant coach for the Phoenix […]

 
Hearts & Hands Sewing Club creates dresses for girls in Africa

Hearts & Hands Sewing Club creates dresses for girls in Africa

Students in James W. Parker Middle School’s Hearts & Hands Sewing Club are making dresses for girls in Africa. Through Little Dresses for Africa, a non-profit organization that provides handmade dresses (made from scrap fabric or pillowcases) to vulnerable children throughout Africa, JWPMS students are using their sewing skills in a practical and very […]

 
HS Student Selected for Pennsylvania Governor’s School for the Sciences

HS Student Selected for Pennsylvania Governor’s School for the Sciences

General McLane High School’s Joel Linebach has been selected to participate in the Pennsylvania Governor’s School for the Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University this summer. The Pennsylvania Governor’s School for the Sciences (PGSS) was established in order to provide a summer enrichment experience in the sciences and mathematics for talented […]

 
GM students head to PA JR Wrestling Championship

GM students head to PA JR Wrestling Championship

Congratulations to the following General McLane students who qualified to compete at the Pennsylvania State Junior Wrestling Championships. This event takes place at the Erie Insurance Arena this weekend. General McLane competitors include Beau Caro (7th), James Laird (7th), Cody Stempka (7th), Hunter Robison (6th), Gavin Connolly (4th, EE), Magnus Lloyd […]

 
McKean Lights it Up Blue

McKean Lights it Up Blue

April is Autism Awareness Month, and McKean Elementary School faculty and students were “Lighting It Up Blue” today. In addition, McKean Elementary will be starting “Collecting Coins” for Autism Awareness April 4th-April 21st. Each grade level with the most coins/money raised gets to “Pie the Principal” at an assembly.