General McLane HS Student Selected for Pennsylvania Governor’s School For The Sciences

General McLane 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 Pennsylvania high school students. This […]

Todays Quote 03-29-16

Todays Quote 03-29-16

After I hit a home run I had a habit of running the bases with my head down. I figured the pitcher already felt bad enough without me showing him up rounding the bases. ~ Mickey Mantle

Norma Jean (Pierce) Haschalk

Norma Jean (Pierce) Haschalk

Norma Jean (Pierce) Haschalk, 68, of Venango, formerly of Erie, peacefully passed into the arms of her Lord and Savior on Saturday, March 26, 2016 at her home. She was born in Anderson, Indiana on November 13, 1947, the daughter of the late Merril and Mary (Neal) Pierce. Jean loved her family and friends very […]

Message of Faith – In Life Many Deaths

Message of Faith – In Life Many Deaths

This weeks Message of Faith submitted by Rev. Joanne Rowden One of the things that I so love about Unity is the ability to embrace the mystery without the need to explain it away. Death is one of those mysteries. What we are promised through the death and resurrection of Jesus is eternal life. I […]

Lancer Letter – Facts on Hiring Part 3

Lancer Letter – Facts on Hiring Part 3

Submitted by Richard Scaletta, GM School District This week, I finish the series I began two weeks ago reporting on the results of a study of our teacher hiring processes as conducted by the consultants from K12 HR Solutions. The issue of fairness is one that arises around this topic so we asked the consultants […]

Raising More Than $3000 Wasn’t Enough for Edinboro Elementary Student Jacob Haugh.

Raising More Than $3000 Wasn’t Enough for Edinboro Elementary Student Jacob Haugh.

Raising more than $3000 wasn’t enough for Edinboro Elementary student Jacob Haugh. For the second year in a row, the fourth grader isn’t asking for birthday gifts. Instead, he is requesting donations once again for Wins for Kids, a program that raises funds to support the Pittsburgh Pirates Charities and the Center for Prader-Willi Syndrome […]

News From Harrisburg – Governor Agrees to Budget

News From Harrisburg – Governor Agrees to Budget

Governor Agrees To Republican Fiscal Year 2015-16 Budget Governor Wolf announced Wednesday his intention to allow a Fiscal Year 2015-16 budget approved by the Legislature last week to become law without his signature or veto. By agreeing to allow this budget to be enacted into law, the Governor is finally committing much needed money to […]

Message of Faith – Building Authentic Community

Message of Faith – Building Authentic Community

This weeks Message of Faith submitted by Rev. Joanne Rowden Building Authentic Community Human beings are made for relationships. We have an innate desire to belong. We have a variety of communities to plug into like our families, our churches, our work, and our network of friends. Given the choice, many individuals choose to join […]

Lancer Swim Team 2016 State Meet Results

Lancer Swim Team 2016 State Meet Results

GM Swimmers traveled to Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pa March 18 & 19 to compete in the PIAA Swimming and Diving Championships. Qualifying this year were: senior Brenan Burch, senior Logan Flynn, senior Garrett Vaugn, junior Ben Loutzenhiser, and senior Nick Bradford. Follows are some results: Nick Bradford came in 19th out of 32 in […]

Lancer Letter – Facts on Hiring Part 2

Lancer Letter – Facts on Hiring Part 2

Submitted by Richard Scaletta, GM School District Last week I began to review the report from the Human Resources consulting firm employed by the district to review our teacher hiring practices. The firm did a thorough review of the teacher hiring process used the last five years, conducted an extensive survey of teachers, did a […]

Ida Elizabeth Severance

Ida Elizabeth Severance

Ida Elizabeth Severance, 69, of Edinboro, died Tuesday, March 15, 2016 at UPMC Hamot. She was born in Erie on January 7, 1947, the daughter of the late Albert F. and Helen S. Severance. Ida had previously worked at Maco Manufacturing and Warren Electronics. She enjoyed crafts, reading, watching old movies and crossword puzzles. She […]

Todays Quote 03-17-16 Happy St Patrick’s Day!

Todays Quote 03-17-16 Happy St Patrick’s Day!

Pat and Jimmy-Joe met and one said to the other, “Have ye seen Mulligan lately, Pat?” Pat said, “Well, I have and I haven’t.” His friend asked, “Shure, and what d’ye mean by that?” Pat said, “It’s like this, y’see…I saw a chap who I thought was Mulligan, and he saw a chap that he […]

William Gerald Bowers

William Gerald Bowers

William Gerald Bowers, 73, of Waterford, died Tuesday, March 15, 2016 at his home surrounded by his loving family. He was born in Erie on March 28, 1942, the son of the late Donald and Frances Bowers. Bill worked at Penn Union, Jays Auto Wrecking, Troyer Land Resources and Hillcrest Auto. Whether he was simply […]

Deborah Sue Confer

Deborah Sue Confer

Deborah Sue Confer, 43, of Edinboro, formerly of Mill Village, went onto be with Our Lord and her father Ray Moore, Sr., on Friday, March 11, 2016. She was born in Erie on November 11, 1972. She is the daughter of Katherine Moore (Graham) and the late Ray Moore, Sr.. Deb leaves behind her husband […]

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