Academics

 
Sixth Grade STEM returns to JWPMS

Sixth Grade STEM returns to JWPMS

Sixth grade STEM is back on the schedule at James W. Parker Middle School!  The program is an academic class where students are required to apply the skills they have learned in math and science. Rigorous expectations push the students to use both soft skills and academic skills, as they […]

 
GMHS Photo of the Week Winners

GMHS Photo of the Week Winners

Senior Max Patterson and sophomore Hope Robbins were the first winners of the Photo of the Week Assignment for General McLane High School’s Photography 1 Class. Patterson captured the photograph of the sunset and Robbins captured the photograph of the flower. Patterson and Robbins are in two different classes. This was the very […]

 
GMHS senior named National Merit Scholarship Semi-finalist

GMHS senior named National Merit Scholarship Semi-finalist

General McLane High School senior Alex Lofgren has been named a semi-finalist in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. The National Merit Scholarship Program is a nationwide competition for recognition and awards conducted by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. In each annual program, approximately 16,000 academically talented high school students are honored […]

 
HS Students Win Plein Air Competition

HS Students Win Plein Air Competition

Edinboro University hosted its annual Scottish Highland Games Festival this past weekend. The Festival hosted a Plein Air Landscape Drawing Competition. Two General McLane students won in the high school division. Senior Hannah Dylewski took first and senior Mia Campbell took second. The Plein Air, or Quick Draw, competition is […]

 
EE students recognize heros on 9/11

EE students recognize heros on 9/11

Edinboro Elementary third graders completed an activity on September 11 yesterday. Students then wrote about both their heroes from 9/11 and their everyday heroes, with their reasons why to support their selections. On Friday, the teachers read two different books to teach the kids about the historic event. Here were some of their responses to “My Hero […]

 
Digital artists at work!

Digital artists at work!

General McLane High School had designers at work on Friday! Students in Mrs. Hodas’ Graphic Design II class were working on designs for t-shirts. The designs may appear on shirts for sale at the High School’s General’s Store! Graphic Design II is a continuation of the concepts learned in Graphic Design I […]

 
Introducing JWPMS’ Mrs. McCollum

Introducing JWPMS’ Mrs. McCollum

General McLane School District welcomes twelve new teachers and ten new employees to the District this year. Throughout the week, we will be introducing many of them! Mrs. Julia McCollum will be a music teacher at James W. Parker Middle School. She has served two years as a Choral Director, Band […]

 
Introducing McKean’s Mrs. Erdman!

Introducing McKean’s Mrs. Erdman!

General McLane School District welcomes twelve new teachers and ten new employees to the District this year. Throughout the week, we will be introducing many of them! Brianna Erdman will be a part-time music teacher at McKean Elementary School. She taught music at St. Thomas Elementary School and Corry Alliance […]

 
First day back, and Lancers were back to work!

First day back, and Lancers were back to work!

Students in Mrs. Scaletta’s AP Calculus BC class worked on an Engineering Design and Build Challenge. AP Calculus BC is an advanced placement, elective course designed to allow students to explore differential equations, hyperbolic functions, advanced techniques of integration, infinite series, complex implicit relations and their applications, parametric functions, and […]

 
5th Grade Scavenger Hunt

5th Grade Scavenger Hunt

Yesterday, JWPMS had the entire 5th grade participate in a Scavenger Hunt. To participate, students needed to introduce themselves to someone they didn’t know and ask them a question to complete their scavenger hunt. This was a great opportunity to bring the entire class together to become acquainted with their peers. […]