Two General McLane High School Seniors Recognized Nationally

Two General McLane High School Seniors Recognized  Nationally

Edinboro, PA (February 24, 2016) – Two General McLane High School seniors have been recognized with national awards. Emily Tworek has been named a finalist in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program and Annalisa Bankes has been honored by her exemplary volunteer service with a President’s Volunteer Service Award. The National Merit Scholarship Program is […]

GMHS Students Place in District Choir Competition

GMHS Students Place in District Choir Competition

The following students participated in Sr. High District choir this past weekend at Corry High School and made General McLane very proud with their accomplishments. Emily Tworek (Alto 1) and Cody Gould (Bass 1) placed first in their sections. Isaac Petkac place fourth in Tenor 1, Melina Walter placed fifth in Alto 1, Mike Hess […]

McKean Elementary Nurse Recognized For Excellence

McKean Elementary Nurse Recognized For Excellence

EDINBORO, PA (February 2, 2016) – The Pennsylvania Association of School Nurses and Practitioners (PASNAP) has named McKean Elementary School nurse Stacy Chiles the 2016 winner of the NW Region Excellence in School Nursing Award. The Pennsylvania Association of School Nurses and Practitioners (PASNAP) is the professional home for school nurses, open to all certified […]

GM Student Receives ECTS Pride Student of the Month Award

GM Student Receives ECTS Pride Student of the Month Award

General McLane High School junior and Erie County Technical School student Connor Hilliard was recently recognized with the ECTS Pride Student of the Month Award. A PRIDE student is a student who has exhibited an “ECTS student Be-Attitude: Be Passionate, Be Respectful, Be Involved, Be Disciplined, Be Employable”. Connor was recognized from the Auto Body […]

Fourth Grade Edinboro Elementary Student, Nicholas Walters, Discovers 10,000 Year Old Fossil at Presque Isle

EDINBORO, PA (November 16, 2015) – Should Nicholas Walters, 4th grader at Edinboro Elementary, ever want to pursue a career in paleontology, his résumé is off to an impressive start. During a class field trip to Presque Isle State Park and the Tom Ridge Environmental Center, the Edinboro Elementary fourth grader made a nice discovery: […]

Emily Tworek, General McLane Senior a National Merit Semifinalist

General McLane High School senior Emily Tworek has been named a National Merit Semifinalist. As a National Merit Semifinalist, Tworek qualified among the highest-scoring PSAT in the country for the PSAT. Approximately 16,000 semifinalists were named in the 61st Annual National Merit Scholarship Program. These academically talented high school seniors have an opportunity to continue […]

Cochran Retires After 29 years

There’s definitely something missing this week within General McLane School District. After 29 years of service to the District, administrative assistant to the special education supervisor and central registrar Jane Cochran retired last week. “Janie Cochran’s service to the district has been invaluable,” said Superintendent Richard Scaletta. “She has served in so many ways, most […]

GMHS Educator is Quarterfinalist For The Music Educator Award

Edinboro, PA (May 13, 2015) – General McLane High School music teacher Bruce Yates has been selected as a quarterfinalist for the 2016 Music Educator Award. A total of 213 music teachers from 194 cities across 42 states have been announced as quarterfinalists for the Music Educator Award™, presented by The Recording Academy® and the […]

Edinboro WWII Veteran To Be Honored At D-Day Veteran Appreciation June 6th. 2015

VETERAN APPRECIATION D-DAY JUNE 6, 2015 HONORING OUR VETERANS OF THE PAST Richard “Dick” Omar Davis, Edinboro, Pennsylvania Born 19 May, 1922 Living Survivor of Omaha Beach, June 6, 1944 Private First Class Enlisted; Army of the United States Date: 19, November 1942 Specialty: Cryptographer, 895th Signal Company Depot Aviation, Sharp Shooter Campaigns: Normandy, Northern […]

Edinboro Elementary Student, Jacob Haugh, Raises Money For “Wins for Kids”, Featured On Pittsburgh Pirates Show

Edinboro, PA (May 1, 2015) — Edinboro Elementary student Jacob Haugh didn’t ask for any birthday gifts. Instead, the third grader requested something else — donations. Haugh raised $2,521 in three weeks for Wins for Kids, a program that raises funds to support the Pittsburgh Pirates Charities and the Center for Prader-Willi Syndrome at the […]

General McLane Senior Places 2nd in Safe Driving Competition

General McLane High School senior Ben Tallman placed second in Erie County’s Annual Teen Driving Competition on Monday and will have an opportunity to win a $5,000 scholarship. Sponsored by PA Motor Truck Association, Con-Way Freight and the Northwest Regional Highway Safety Network, this competition gives students in Erie and Crawford counties the opportunity to […]

GM Student, Cory Kephart, Selected for University of Pittsburgh’s Health Career Scholars Academy

General McLane High School junior Cory Kephart was selected to attend the University of Pittsburgh’s Health Career Scholars Academy (UPHCSA). This program selects only 110 students each year and is often a springboard for future studies in medicine. “I’m very excited for this opportunity,” says Kephart. “I’m interested in the heath career field and getting […]

Hermitage House Key Club Treasurer Speaks At Edinboro Kiwanis Club

Excerpt from Hermitage House Spring 2015 Newsletter The Edinboro Kiwanis Club welcomed Mary, Hermitage House Key Club Treasurer, as their March 3rd speaker. Mary spoke about the Key Club’s current service projects which serve the global and local communities. She also spoke about the Annual March for Life which raises funds for Michael Hoover Blood […]

The March Driver of the Month is Theresa Wolfe

Theresa is one of our veteran drivers who has been driving for the district since April, 1985. She started driving because it was the perfect job that was a good fit with her children’s schedule. She began as a substitute driver, which turned into a High School/Middle School route for a few years. Since then […]