Archive for: April, 2017

 
Because You Care visits McKean Elementary

Because You Care visits McKean Elementary

Some furry friends from Because You Care visited McKean Elementary’s second graders yesterday. The shelter volunteers spoke to students about dog safety and the animals at the shelter. Students were able to feed the dogs treats and learned about how to approach, pet and feed a dog in a safe […]

 
Bookmobile Visits JWPMS

Bookmobile Visits JWPMS

James W. Parker Middle School students were invited to tour the Erie County Bookmobile yesterday. Students  in the mother/daughter book club, the boys book club and reading success received an opportunity to tour the Bookmobile and listen to a guest speaker from the Erie County Public Library.  Jan Woods of the […]

 

McKean students PIE Mr. Getz

McKean Elementary was Collecting Coins for Autism Awareness this month. The students at McKean raised $321.96, and the teachers had a “$5 jean day,” which raised $155. In total, they raised $476.96 for the Autism Society of NWPA. The School ended with a “PIE THE PRINCIPAL” assembly, where one person from each grade […]

 
GM Community Fun Run Returns

GM Community Fun Run Returns

The Third Annual GM Community Fun Run is returning to General McLane High School grounds on May 27, 2017. Hosted by Edinboro Elementary Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) and McKean Elementary Parent-Teacher Association (PTA), this is a collaborative fundraising event for both schools and will go toward helping teachers with classroom […]

 
TEAMS advances to nationals

TEAMS advances to nationals

General McLane High School will have two different groups of students advance to the national TEAMS (Tests of engineering aptitude in mathematics and science) competition. TEAMS is an annual competition for middle and high school students designed to help them discover their potential for engineering. Students apply math and science […]

 
HS students participate in State Leadership Conference

HS students participate in State Leadership Conference

General McLane High School students recently participated in the State Leadership Conference in Hershey for Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). Our students competed in the following categories: McKenah Bryson, Journalism; Noah Haddox, Personal Finance; Kristy Ferrick, Accounting, and Eric Staples, Cyber Security (not pictured).  They also participated in various workshops […]

 
HS students place at EUP Journalism Day

HS students place at EUP Journalism Day

Four General McLane High School students were recently recognized for their excellence in writing at Edinboro University’s Northwestern Pennsylvania High School Journalism Competition.  The competition featured 11 journalistic categories that garnered over 250 entries.  The entries were evaluated by a panel of faculty and student leaders involved in Edinboro’s media clubs. […]

 
Metals professor visits HS Artistic Metalsmithing class

Metals professor visits HS Artistic Metalsmithing class

Edinboro University professor of Metals Cappy Counard visited the General McLane High School Artistic Metalsmithing class yesterday to present her work and demonstrate to the students. Counard earned a bachelor of fine arts degree from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and a master of fine arts degree from the University of Southern […]

 
GMHS student compete during PI Day Conference

GMHS student compete during PI Day Conference

General McLane High School students attended Edinboro University’s annual PI Day and Math Conference. In addition to attending seminars, the students competed in a variety of math contests. Here are the results. Rubik’s Cube Challenge:  First Place—Kaylin Kephart Set Game Competition: 1st Place—Makenah Bryson 2nd Place—Jennie Jones 3rd Place—Leah Breckley Who Wants […]

 
Creating and maintaining a terrarium at JWPMS

Creating and maintaining a terrarium at JWPMS

James W. Parker Middle School fifth grade students created their own mini garden! The students planted corn, radish, clover and pea seeds and watched them thrive to learn how the ecosystem works.   Last week was Transplant Day!