Lancer Letter – Budget Speculations

Lancer Letter – Budget Speculations

Submitted by Richard Scaletta, GM School District If you were around when the Carol Burnett show was televised, you may remember a parody of the soap opera, “As the World Turns.” They called it, “As the Stomach Turns.” That would be how I describe school budgeting this year. I like to consider myself a forward […]

GM Students Place In Erie County Teen Safe Driving Competition

GM Students Place In Erie County Teen Safe Driving Competition

Edinboro, PA (April 20, 2016) – General McLane School District took the top team award and senior Cory Kephart placed second at the Erie County Teen Safe Driving Competition on Monday. Sponsored by PA Motor Truck Association, XPO Logistics, the NW Regional Highway Safety Network, Nationwide Agribusiness, Allied Insurance and Kingsley Blasco & Associates Insurance […]

General McLane HS Students Advance in TEAMS Competition

General McLane HS Students Advance in TEAMS Competition

Edinboro, PA (April 19, 2016) – General McLane High School students have made history! For the first time ever, General McLane has had a team qualify to compete at the National TEAMS competition, after placing second in the state and 12th nationally. Now, the students advance to the national competition is in Nashville June 28-June […]

Barbara P. Putnam

Barbara P. Putnam

Barbara P. Putnam, 82 of McKean, passed away, Tuesday, April 19, 2016 at home, surrounded by her loving family. She was born on September 2, 1933 in Meadville, PA. Daughter of the late Ralph L. and Sarah E. Hibbard Rudy. She married Charles E. Putnam on December 12, 1953, he preceded her in death on […]

Lancer Letter – Enduring Traditions. New Beginnings.

Lancer Letter – Enduring Traditions.  New Beginnings.

Submitted by Richard Scaletta, GM School District Enduring Traditions. New Beginnings. Have you ever found yourself waiting for a web page to load and you become impatient? Then, you realize you are unhappy about waiting just a few seconds and think how silly you are being? The speed of technology has created a new level […]

Wentling’s Concealed Carry Seminar Scheduled for April 27

Wentling’s Concealed Carry Seminar Scheduled for April 27

HARRISBURG – Rep. Parke Wentling (R-Crawford/Erie/Lawrence/Mercer) has announced he will hold a second Concealed Carry Seminar this spring for residents of the 17th Legislative District. The seminar will be held on Wednesday, April 27, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Wilmington Township (Mercer County) Building, 35 Auction Road, New Wilmington. Mercer County District Attorney Miles Karson […]

Jessica Walliser To Speak At Goodell Gardens May 15

Jessica Walliser To Speak At Goodell Gardens May 15

Edinboro, PA – Find out how to partner with beneficial bugs to improve your garden at Goodell Gardens on Sunday, May 15 at 3 pm. Learn how to team up with good bugs when organic gardening expert Jessica Walliser gives her talk “Attracting Beneficial Bugs to your Garden.” Understanding the cycle of predator and prey […]

Lancer Letter – iPad Gamechanger

Lancer Letter – iPad Gamechanger

Submitted by Richard Scaletta, GM School District Our middle school is in its third year of providing iPads for each student and the high school is in the first year. While the deployment and use of these devices continues to unfold, this week, I wanted to share my observations of four “game changers” made possible […]

Message of Faith – Our Unlimited Capacity To Rise Again

Message of Faith – Our Unlimited Capacity To Rise Again

This weeks Message of Faith submitted by Rev. Joanne Rowden Our Unlimited Capacity To Rise Again In Keep A True Lent, Charles Fillmore tells us, “Every time we rise to the realization of eternal, indwelling life, making union with the Father-Mind, the resurrection of Jesus takes places within us. All thoughts of limitation and inevitable […]

J. W. Parker Middle School’s Hearts & Hands Sewing Club Creates Dresses For Girls In Africa

J. W. Parker Middle School’s 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 […]

Lancer Letter – Men in Black

Lancer Letter – Men in Black

Submitted by Richard Scaletta, GM School District I suppose this week I should address the resolution of the state budget impasse but at this time, we are still awaiting information to learn what it means for our district specifically. Besides, I am still suffering from PTBSD – Post Traumatic Budget Syndrome Disorder – and am […]

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