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GM participates in Food Drive

Thu, 2017-11-23 10:05

All four General McLane schools and the Service Center contributed to the Erie News Now and Second Harvest Holiday Food Drive, which ended last week!

Nick’s Place coordinated the collection, and all donations went to the Edinboro Food Bank.

Last year, our community donated almost 8000 pounds of food, $10,241 and 50 turkeys that stayed at the Edinboro Food Pantry.

This year, our community donated 8,939 lbs of food, $11,613.88 and 61 turkeys.

Edinboro Elementary donated 1251 items. Mr. Frick’s class came in first place with 135 items.

McKean Elementary donated more than 2000 items. Mrs. Troyer’s class came in first place with 471 items.

James W. Parker Middle School donated items 1280 lbs of items.

General McLane High School donated 120 lbs of items.

The Service Center donated three large boxes of food, one 24 lbs. turkey and $110.41.

The winning classes will receive a pizza & putt putt party in the spring at Sunview Golf.

Great job to all those who donated!


Students spend day at CMU

Tue, 2017-11-21 14:27

General McLane High School Students in the Academy of Medical Arts and Engineering spent the day at Carnegie Mellon University last week.

Students had the opportunity to meet College of Science (MCS) Associate Dean Maggie Braun, an Associate Dean from the College of Engineering, Health Professions Program Director Jason D’Antonio and representatives from the Office of Admission and Office of Financial Aid.

Students participated in a Chemistry Lab Activity, Workshop with History Professor Nico Slate and his students and a Statistics/Data Science Activity.

General McLane students recognized in Join the Shift contest

Tue, 2017-11-21 11:50

Sponsored by Erie Insurance and facilitated through Hamilton Insurance Agency, Join the Shift is a safe teen driving program that uses fun, interactive activities to help teens learn about and spread the safe driving message. Students participate in point-earning activities that include creating safe driving videos, taking a safe driver pledge and sharing content on social media. Students can also earn points by referring friends to sign up during the eight-week contest.

More than 4,000 students from 42 schools across 10 states participated in this annual contest.

The top three students and schools earn cash prizes. In addition, there is a $1,000 schoolwide prize for best video.

Junior Haley Andrzejewski was named the “Best Video” prize winner of the overall contest, earning herself a $1,000 prize. Her video, which is below, was selected by a panel of judges at Erie Insurance and will be featured on for the next year as well.

Hamilton Insurance Agency, a local Insurance Agency representing Erie Insurance in Edinboro, also recognized the top three winners from General McLane, based on points. These students are Aimee Campbell, Ben Howe-Jones and Ben Lipinski. They each received  gift cards.

Georgiann “Turk” Hamilton,  Lauren Pusch and Lisa Rodgers, Erie Insurance District Sales Manager, presented the check and gift cards to General McLane students on Monday.


Edinboro Elementary Drawing Contest Winners

Fri, 2017-11-17 15:39

In honor of National Child Grief Awareness Day, Edinboro Elementary School held a drawing contest. The theme was, “Hope.”

Winners included Natasha Leslie (4th grade). Lucas Hammer (3rd Grade), Julie Wagner (2nd Grade), Tarence Noble (1st Grade) and Amya Wheeler (Kindergarten).


Congratulations to our students!

Holiday Arts Fair: Vendor Feature

Fri, 2017-11-17 12:12

The General McLane Foundation’s 11th Annual Holiday Arts Fair is quickly approaching.

This year’s event will be held Saturday, November 18, at General McLane High School and runs from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.

Nearly 100 vendors will be in attendance, including a variety of new vendors. This year’s crafts include: hand-carved santas, glass sculptures, wood working signs and décor, purses, jewelry, puzzles, soup, birdhouses, ceramics, paintings, pottery, and quilted, croched, stitched and sewn items.

One of the vendors will be Alex’s Puzzles, hand-crafted wooden puzzles for the young and old alike. The puzzles do not have any finish on the puzzles in order to be painted or stained as creatively as buyers would like!  It also makes a great “bonding time” between children, parents and/or Grandparents.

These puzzles are created by Alex Giles and his father David. Alex is intellectually and developmentally disabled (IDD), and his IQ is lower than most folks. In addition, he has been diagnosed with epilepsy. To help control his seizures, Alex has been taking medications since age 2 and has a Vagus Nerve stimulator (VNS) implanted in his chest to help control brain waves that may initiate seizures.  Although he was having severe tonic-clonic seizures, formerly known as grand mal seizures, up to 3 times a week, the medicine and VNS have been controlling Alex’s seizures reasonably well since 2012.

A native of Londonderry, NH, Alex has always had a fascination with both hand and power tools. While taking wood shop during his junior year as part of his Activities For Daily Living (ADL) class, Alex learned to use a scroll saw to cut out a pattern that had been applied to a piece of wood.  Alex cut the pattern out with incredible accuracy and in a very timely manner — and then Alex’s Puzzles were born!

“Everyone has a gift. The key is recognizing it,” David said. “I feel we have identified Alex’s gift. Even though he has intellectual challenges, Alex is able to minimize and overcome those challenges.  With guidance and patience, Alex is able to utilize his talent and become a productive member of our community.”

Alex’s favorite puzzle is a rabbit puzzle.

Here is a sneak-peak of just some of their items that will be available on Saturday!

School Board member honored for years of service

Fri, 2017-11-17 11:36

Mr. James Bucksbee was recently recognized for 32 years of service as a General McLane School Board director.

Mr. Bucksbee was presented with a plaque adding him to the PSBA “Honor Roll of School Board Service” during Wednesdays’s school board meeting.

PSBA representative James Summerville spoke about him and his dedication as a volunteer to children, the community and public education. Summerville commented that board members are ordinary citizens who volunteer their time consistently, performing extraordinary work on behalf of their communities and the students they serve.

The Pennsylvania School Boards Association (PSBA) has been honoring long-term school directors across the state since 1983. School directors are recognized for their years of service from 8 to 44 years.

GM students win VFW essay contests

Thu, 2017-11-16 13:11

Six General McLane students were recently selected as winners of the 2017 VFW Post 740 Patriot’s Pen and Voice of Democracy Essay Contests.

Junior Anna Alberti and senior Brion Zacherl were this year’s Voice of Democracy Essay Contest winner. This contest was for students in grades 9-12. They will receive a $600 award and advance to the District 28 Competition. The 2017-18 theme was “American History: Our Hope for the Future.”

The VFW established the Voice of Democracy program (VOD) in 1947 to provide students grades 9-12 the opportunity to express themselves in regards to democratic ideas and principles. The national first-place winner receives a $30,000 scholarship paid directly to the recipient’s American university, college or vocational/technical school.

James W. Middle School students Kaitlyn Dubynskiy, Ian Kennedy, Olivia Mussett and Camille Andrzejewski were the winners of the 2017 VFW Patriot’s Pen Essay Contest. Each was awarded with a monetary prize of $400, along with a chance for their essay to move on to the District 28 Competition. The 2017-18 theme was “America’s Gift to My Generation”.

The Patriot’s Pen Essay contest is for students in grades 6-8, and the national first-place winner wins $5,000 and an all-expense-paid trip to Washington, D.C., in March.

Congratulations & good luck to all of our winners at the District 28 Competition!

GMSD announces new entrepreneur-based education

Wed, 2017-11-15 14:12

In honor of Global Entrepreneurship Week, General McLane School District, Inventionland and Innovation Collaborative hosted a news conference to announce a new initiative that will encourage creativity, innovation and collaboration within middle school and high school students.

“General McLane remains committed to preparing today’s students to compete in the global economy,” said General McLane Superintendent Richard Scaletta. “Through both curriculums, General McLane’s students will be thinking outside of the box to create things we can’t even fathom.”

General McLane School District superintendent Richard Scaletta, Inventionland CEO Ken Burk and Innovation Collaborative’s Beth Zimmer introduced curriculum intended to prepare students to compete in today’s global economy.

Starting in 2017-2018, General McLane will begin a two-year project to systematically plant seeds in our students and give them the tools to become inventors and entrepreneurs.

James W. Parker Middle School will utilize the Inventionland curriculum. Seventh graders will have the opportunity to walk through the nine-step invention process, developing their own ideas. At the end of the class, each group of students in the class will have the opportunity to pitch their idea to a team from Inventionland.

This will be only the second year this curriculum has been used anywhere as we will join about 35 schools in the Pittsburgh area using the curriculum.

General McLane High School students will engage in the Ice House Entrepreneurship Program curriculum. This program enables participants to engage their entrepreneurial mindsets. They will acquire the tools that empower them to succeed with 21st century workforce skills such as critical and creative thinking, collaboration, and problem solving.

During the 18-19 School Year, the Inventionland Curriculum will be added for General McLane’s Entrepreneurship Academy.

General McLane School District offers a variety of programs and classes to empower students with 21st century skills for today. The Entrepreneurship Academy is an additional individualized program tailored to meet student needs and joins our many STEM-focus programming, including our Academy of Medical Arts and Engineering and Manufacturing Academy. Our robust offerings provide students opportunities to utilize our STEM Lab, which includes 3-D printers, CNC machines and CAD software.

Following the news conference, Zimmer, Burk and community leaders were invited to speak with students and see the curriculum being used in the classroom. Some of the special guests in attendance included Teresa Koon from Senator Brooks’s office and State Representative Ryan Bizzaro.

McKean students deliver bags to Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Home

Wed, 2017-11-15 13:16

McKean Elementary School students recently created and delivered treat bags to veterans at the Pennsylvania Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Home. Each class made the treat bags and then kindergarten students delivered them on Friday.

Teachers take on students in Wiffle Ball game

Tue, 2017-11-14 16:46

James W. Parker Middle School students raised more than $800 for sixth grader Jacob Haugh’s “Wins for Kids Wiffle Ball World Series”, pitting James W. Parker Middle School fifth and sixth grade homerooms against each other to raise funds.

The winning homeroom earned a Wiffle Ball game between teachers. Haugh’s homeroom, Mr. Sturgess’ class, won and represented all of sixth grade. Although they won the fundraiser, the teachers took home the victory of the Wiffle Ball game.

Pittsburgh Pirates Manager Clint Hurdle sent a video specifically thanking James W. Parker Middle School for their efforts.

What an awesome job by everyone involved!


Holiday Arts Fair: Vendor Feature

Tue, 2017-11-14 16:09

The General McLane Foundation’s 11th Annual Holiday Arts Fair is quickly approaching.

This year’s event will be held Saturday, November 18, at General McLane High School and runs from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.

Nearly 100 vendors will be in attendance, including a variety of new vendors. This year’s crafts include: hand-carved santas, glass sculptures, wood working signs and décor, purses, jewelry, puzzles, soup, birdhouses, ceramics, paintings, pottery, and quilted, croched, stitched and sewn items.

One of the vendors will be Willow Creek Barn Wood Furniture, who creates barnwood furniture and farmhouse decor items.

“Our products are unique because every piece has a story behind it.  All of the lumber we use for our projects is at least 100 years old and have been in the form of a barn and now has been given a new life as your dining table, or a cabinet in your home.  We said from the beginning all of our furniture will be hand crafted and made to last,” said Casey Brown of Willow Creek Barn Wood Furniture. “The character and story you get with barnwood you simply can’t replicate.”

Here is a sneak-peak of just some of their items that will be available on Saturday!

They also do custom orders. Two of their favorite creations to date either is what they call their super table, which was first made for a very close friend and an entertainment center built when they first started.  The entertainment center was 10ft in length and was relatively intricate.


GMHS Thanks Veterans!

Mon, 2017-11-13 15:24

Drug Free Schools Policy

Mon, 2017-11-13 14:05

The General McLane School Board supports a comprehensive prevention and intervention program to deal with the problems of substance abuse that face our students. Students receive information addressing the legal, social and health consequences of drugs and alcohol beginning in Kindergarten through Grade 12.

It is the Board’s position that the use of illicit drugs and the unlawful possession and use of alcohol is wrong and harmful and that the unlawful possession, use or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by students on school premises or as part of any of its activities is prohibited. Compliance with these standards is mandatory.

The Board has adopted Policy 227 in Drug Abuse which includes disciplinary sanctions up to and including expulsion and referral for prosecution. For purposes of this policy, “drugs” mean:

  • all dangerous controlled substances and anabolic steroids, prohibited by law
  • all “look alike” drugs
  • all alcoholic beverages
  • any drug paraphernalia
  • any prescription medication (except those for which permission to use in school has been granted pursuant to Medical Procedure 227-R).

In addition, any over-the-counter medication (except those for which permission to use in school has been granted pursuant to Medication Procedure 227-R) may be considered a drug under this policy.

The Board prohibits the use, possession, or distribution of any drug:

  • during school hours
  • on school property
  • at any school sponsored event

The District Disciplinary Code regarding substance abuse has been developed with input from parents, teachers and administrators, adopted by the Board and is in compliance with local, state and federal law. The Disciplinary Code is distributed at the beginning of the school year to middle and high school students and includes and abbreviated version of Policy 227. A copy of the complete policy may be obtained by calling the Education Center.

Drug and alcohol counseling services are available for secondary students though Hamot Mental Health Center and GECAC during the school day. Aftercare programs for students who have been in treatment are also available. If you have any questions about these efforts, please contact your child’s guidance counselor or principal.

McKean Door Decoration Contest Winner

Mon, 2017-11-13 13:50

McKean Elementary School hosted a Door Decoration Contest for its Veteran’s Day Celebration.

Prior the the assembly, the Veterans attending voted on their favorite door.

The winning door was Mrs. Miller’s, our 3rd and 4th grade learning support teacher! In addition to the door, Mrs. Miller created a traditional ‘Place Setting for A Missing Soldier’, and displayed an authentic uniform.

Her class will receive an ice cream party as a special reward. Here are some of the other doors:

McKean Elementary Veteran’s Day Assembly

Mon, 2017-11-13 13:43

McKean Elementary School hosted its first ever Veteran’s Day Assembly. This event featured Veteran Speakers, challenges with active duty military and attendance of our students’ family members who have or are serving. There were also vocal performances by students.

Thanks to all those who came and thank you to our veterans!

School District Liability

Mon, 2017-11-13 11:02

Periodically, a student may be accidentally injured while riding the bus, attending school, or while involved in a school-sponsored event. General McLane School District does not carry medical insurance for such claims and is not responsible for the bills incurred. Therefore, bills that are incurred should be provided to your own medical insurance carrier or otherwise paid by you.

Budget/Annual Financial Reports

Mon, 2017-11-13 10:46
Annual BudgetAnnual Financial Report 2016-2017 School Year2016-2017 School Year (Coming in Fall, 2017) 2017-2018 School Year2017-2018 School Year What is included in the Budget

For the 2016-2017 school year, General McLane adopted a general fund budget totaling $32,653,209. This budget includes costs to educate approximately 2,170 students in four schools.

Source of Funds

General McLane School District’s revenues come from various state, federal and local sources. About 54% of the revenue is from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Commonwealth provides subsidies and grants for basic education, special education, health services and student transportation. The federal government provides about 2% of revenues in the form of Title I and Title II grants. Real estate and earned income taxes account for about 36% and 5% of revenues respectively.

Use of Funds

Employee Salaries and benefits constitute about 74% of expenses. The remaining 26% of expenses are purchases services, supplies & equipment, utilities and miscellaneous expenses.

(Same Expenses, Different Breakdown)

Per Student Expenditures

The statewide actual average instructional expense per student for 2015-16 was $9,755. The average for school districts in the Northwest Tri-County Intermediate Unit #5 was $8,567 and for General McLane School District was $7,418.

General McLane’s administrative expense per student was lower than its peers in I.U#5 and the state as a whole.

School District Liability

Periodically, a student may be accidentally injured while riding the bus, attending school, or while involved in a school-sponsored event. General McLane School District does not carry medical insurance for such claims and is not responsible for the bills incurred. Therefore, bills that are incurred should be provided to your own medical insurance carrier or otherwise paid by you.

About GM

Fri, 2017-11-10 13:31

General McLane School District offers four different public schools for student in Erie County, Pa. Although the District has now acquired numerous accolades and accomplishments to make all four schools some of the best schools in Erie County, the District has a rich history that has a big part in making General McLane School District one of the best things about Erie County.


Soon after Fort Sumter was fired upon and taken by the Confederate army is April of 1861, Captain John W. McLane of Erie was called to Harrisburg and promoted to colonel.

The promotion was in recognition of McLane’s previous military experience. As a young man in the1830s, he had organized an early version of the National Guard called the Wayne Grays. He had also served as a captain in the Mexican War, and in 1858 was sheriff of Erie County.

McLane was in command of the Wayne Guard at at at the outbreak of the Civil War. On April 21, 1861 he called for men to form the First Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Around 1,200 men responded in a period of four days; 770 were sworn in as regular soldiers.

It became necessary to raise money to support the families of all those who had enlisted. A sum of $7,000 was allocated at the first meeting, and within a few days a total of $17,000 was raised. An allowance of $3.50 was given to the wife of each volunteer, plus 50 cents per week for each child.

The First Regiment was recruited mainly from Erie and Crawford Counties and was bound to serve 90 days. The men set up camp on a vacant piece of ground at the southeast corner of Parade and Sixth streets in Erie, which was given the name Camp Wayne.

On Wednesday, May 1 at 2 p.m., the regiment left by train for Pittsburgh. A large crowd saw the men on their way, and Mehl’s Brass Band played. The regiment reached its destination the next morning and set up at Camp Wilkins along the Allegheny River.

The May 3, 1861 issue of the Pittsburgh Dispatch described the First Regiment: “The regiment, beyond question, will be one of the finest marched to the field from the north. As one of the officers quietly remarked
in reply to a query as to how the regiment was quartered: ‘Our men are not the kind who grumble.’ “

Six weeks of relative inactivity were spent at Camp Wilkins before the regiment moved twelve miles up the Allegheny to Camp Wright at Hulton Station. There they were drilled and received muskets.

The three-month enlistment of the First Regiment expired there, and the men were sent home without ever having been called into active service. On July 20, a Saturday evening, a disappointed regiment returned to Erie.

Meanwhile, the president had called for 300,000 new men for the war effort. On July 24, McLane received authorization to recruit a new regiment, the 83rd. Many men from the disbanded First Regiment were recalled, and camp was set up at the old fair grounds, two miles cast of Erie. Enlistment was for three years.

McLane’s regiment departed for Harrisburg on Sept. 16 and was ordered into action. On Dec. 21, the state presented McLane with a flag, and his group was officially recognized as the 83rd Regiment.

The 83rd went on to see action at Hanover Court House, Gaine’s Mills, Malvern Hill, Manassas, Chancellorsville, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, Spottsylvania, North Ann and Bethesda Church. The regiment had the longest casualty list of any regiment, with 971 of 1,808 enlisted men killed throughout the Civil War.

The 83rd met its first round of serious fighting at Hanover Court House in May, confronting a brigade of General A. P. Hill’s “Light” Division. The 83rd held their ground, and the Confederates withdrew.

In July, General Robert E. Lee assumed control of the Army of Northern Virginia. His strategy was to push the Union forces south and possible trap them against the James River. Union troops dug in at Beaver Dam Creek and were hit by Lee’s army. They held their position, and then on June 27 fell back to Gaine’s Mill.

Confederate brigades from Hill’s “Light” Division attacked at noon, but were held off by the Union forces. The next assault came soon after 2 p.m., with all six of Hill’s brigades striking at the center of the Union’s stronghold. After two hours of continuous fighting, Hill’s men pulled back. Fresh troops attacked again at 5:30 p.m. with minor success. At 6:30 p.m. General Cadmus Wilcox’s Alabama Brigade came straight at the 83rd Regiment. The Confederates finally broke through the Union’ lines. As McLane was reorganizing his troops to combat the oncoming Southern assault, he was shot in the chest and died immediately.

Almost half of the men of the 83rd Regiment were either killed, wounded or taken prisoner at Gaine’s Mill. McLane was buried on the field where he was shot, until his body was retrieved by a detachment of the 83rd and returned to Erie. McLane was honored by the city and was buried in Erie Cemetery on May 19, 1865.

Though General McLane High School was erected in 1960, McLane was at that time still a colonel. The title of general posthumously conferred upon him April 4,1961, when the General Assembly of the State Legislature promoted to brigadier general.
By Brett Taylor

Information for this article was taken from the essay “Colonel (Brigadier General) John W. McLane” by Dr. Roy P. Stonesifer Jr. of Edinboro University; Erie…A History, written and published by Herbert R. Spencer; History of Erie County, The Erie Dispatch and The Pittsburgh Dispatch.

*This article was copied from the Brown-Thompson Edinboro Independent.*



Fri, 2017-11-10 11:38

Spring Clinics for GM Girls Basketball

GM Community Fun Run
GM Community Fun Run

Gators Learn to Swim
Gators learn to swim 2018

Flu Announcements
In midst of a busy flu season, here are some tips from General McLane High School’s School Nurse on keeping students healthy.

United Way FREE Taxes Program
EFT Brochure 2018

Attention Local Businesses – Advertising Solicitation
If an individual approaches you to solicit advertising that will appear in a publication for the District, please request to see an authorized letter from the District that endorses such publication. Any solicitation done on behalf of the district by a third party should be validated with a letter on district letterhead.

Political Activities PROHIBITED on campus
Please see the attached pdf  regarding the District’s ban of political activities at stadium and other public events.

Become a Tuition Student
Don’t live in the General McLane School District but want the McLane Advantage for your child? Tuition for 2017-2018 is only $4,000. For more information, visit here or call 273-1033 x. 5901.

New Family Resource Packet
New Family Resource Packet

Bus Drivers & Guest Substitute Teacher Openings at GM GM is now Hiring Part-Time CDL Bus Drivers – $16.16 per hour. If you would like to drive, but don’t have a Commercial Driver License (CDL), please call for driver training. This training is FREE if you commit to drive for General McLane. Please call (814) 273-1033, extension 6999 to enroll and for additional information. The Northwest Tri-County Intermediate Unit is also seeking emergency substitute teachers for General McLane School District. Applicants can pick their preference of time and days. A teaching certificate is not required. For more information, please visit their website.

Schoology is an innovative learning management system (LMS) and social network that makes it easy to create and share academic content. Here is a PDF containing instructions for parents to set up their parent Schoology accounts.

Guidelines for Weather Cancellations
Guidelines for Weather Cancellations

Volunteer Clearances Currently Free
In June, Governor Tom Wolf announced that fees for child abuse clearances and criminal background checks required by the Child Protective Services Law will be waived for volunteers working with children. Beginning July 1, 2015, volunteers are required to obtain background checks, including the Child Abuse History Clearance, issued by the DHS, and the Criminal History Record Check, issued by the PSP. Volunteers and employees of the District now must renew their clearances every 36 months, as a requirement of the new legislation. A comprehensive list of persons required to get clearances for volunteering is available under the Volunteer Section of the General McLane website. In addition, the website provides links for individuals who wish to apply for their clearance electronically.

Disclosure of Interscholastic Athletic Opportunities in Secondary Schools
In compliance with the PA Act 82 Article XVI-C, General McLane School District is providing the completed Interscholastic Athletic Opportunities Disclosure Form for the public. Please visit the Athletic Director’s Page to see our disclosures.

GM Alumni!
Make sure to join the Lancer Alumni Association under the Alumni Tab and showcase your student pride. Also, tell us about your reunion and we’ll post information here.

General McLane Athletics:Stories from the First 50 Years is available for pick-up or delivery.
The Sports Book showcases the District’s competitive sports among Erie County schools and features multiple stories, starting with the inception of sports at the district and going all the way through to the school’s historic dual state championship run… Additional information/order form

General McLane School District in the News

Students fly drones and more at Penn State Behrend’s College for Kids (8.24.16)

McKean teen wins world riding title (8.22.16)

General McLane announces 2016 Hall of Fame class inductees (8.18.16)

Area districts see bus driver shortage as school year nears(8.15.16)

From blackboards to smartboards: Technology changes education (8.14.16)

General McLane athlete wins Varsity Cup Fan Favorite vote (6.9.16)Northwest Pennsylvania teens compete in state driving competition (5.18.16)

The Beat: Three Guests dreams big with TuneGo help (6.23.16)

Bystanders Save Man’s Life at Softball Game (6.10.16)

Education Notes on GM’s T.E.A.M.S (5.15.16)
Edinboro students turn pillowcases into dresses for girls in need (5.1.16)

General McLane students use math to build amusement park (3.5.16)

General McLane High School seniors recognized nationally (2.24.16)

Local High School Rock Bands Head to Finals In Tri-C High School Rock Off (2.13.16)

Young player scores basket, nets online fame (2.11.16)

Beating them all (2.7.16)

McKean Elementary Nurse Recognized for Excellence (2.3.16)

Bench at Edinboro School brings kids together (1/31/16)

Kicker at General McLane Reacts to Historic Hire (1.21.16)

Erie-area districts work to boost graduation rates (1.14.16)

General McLane life skills students become restauranteurs (1/28/16)

General McLane tutoring program pairs high school, elementary students (12.20.15)

General McLane student helps hospitalized students (10.26.15)

General McLane students learn about impaired/distracted driving (10.21.15)

Girls featured on Erie-region high school football rosters (9.25.16)

Unified Track athletes win Varsity Cup Inspirational Award (6.5.15)

Benefit to help General McLane teacher battling cancer (5.1.15)

General McLane HS Running out of Room (4.15.15)

Bravo, General McLane (4/6/15)

General McLane to raise money for theater wing (3.27.15)

State house panel addresses education funding in Erie (3.23.15)

General McLane, McDowell, Fairview sponsor track and field teams for special needs students (3.24.15)

Soup Cook Off (3.22.15)

Governor Wolf Visits General McLane High School (3/18/15)

Wolf pitches budget plan during visit to General McLane High School (3/19/15)

Gov. Wolf tours General McLane, talks budget (3.19.15)

Career Program Helps Erie Region Students (3/16/15)

Superintendents Meet to Discuss Closing Policies (3.12.15)

Giving You The Business: Career Street (3.11.15)

Patient Acting Club Combines Love of Acting,Health Care (2.18.15)

Three B Salon Offers a Heaping of Southern Influence (2.5.15)

Erie Regional Career Planning Project Adopts WIN Learning Educonomy Model to Prepare Learners for Jobs in Manufacturing, Health Care, and Other Growing Sectors (1/27/15)

Clay Steadman: Taking The World On One Day and “Yay” At A Time(1/27/15)

General McLane Getting Out of Sewer Business (1/20/15)

Bizzarro Announces New Chief of Staff (1/17/15)

Rock Off’s final round of semis showcases interstate rivalry; 3 more bands make Final Exam (1/15/15)

Cook earns milestone win as General McLane beats Cathedral Prep (1/9/15)

General McLane Advances 10 in Tool City Seminfinals (1/3/15)