ERIE, Pa (May 10, 2016) -- Students from Grover Cleveland Elementary and Strong Vincent High School share kind words about their mothers in honor of Mother's Day. Read the Erie Times-News feature and view video footage here.
ERIE, Pa (May 9, 2016) -- Students in Erie's Public Schools GEARS after-school program were educated on finances by representatives from Marquette Savings Bank as part of "Teach Children to Save Day." Read the article from the Erie Times-News here.
Pictured above: A Marquette representative talks to students at McKinley Elementary School.
ERIE, Pa (May 2, 2016) -- Northwest Pennsylvania Collegiate Academy's Academic Decathlon team placed second in the small-school division and 10th overall in the nation in the USAD National Championship in Anchorage, Alaska over the weekend. Two team members placed individually as well. Read the full article from the Erie Times-News here.
Pictured from left to right: Coach Brian Sheldon, Benjamin Dodds, Adam Russell, Maggie Dolak, Hannah Modzelewski, Catherine Wahlenmayer, Natasha Kisak, Lauren Abbott, Ahmed Abukar, Cory Branton, Coach Diane Olszewski, and in front, Porter Deacon.
ERIE, Pa (April 25, 2016) -- Student Voices, a new program featured in Erie's Public Schools, brings together students from each of the district's four high schools with administrators in order to bring about awareness and unity at a district-wide level. Read the feature from the Erie Times-News here.
ERIE, Pa (April 11, 2016) -- Erie native and creator of the "Arthur" children's book series Marc Brown visited with EPS kindergarten, first and second grade students last week to talk about his work and his life, as part of the "Literacy Alive" project organized by Mercyhurst University. Read the full article from the Erie Times-News here.
ERIE, Pa (April 8, 2016) -- The Erie School Board is set to consider a schedule that would, over two years, bring the tax collection schedule more in line with those of other districts and into compliance with state law, after its current tax collection cycle has caused some cash flow issues for the district. Read the full article from the Erie Times-News here.
ERIE, Pa (April 5, 2016) -- Congratulations to Collegiate Academy's Mondel UN team, who competed at the Washington Area Model United Nations Conference from March 31 through April 3 in Washington, D.C. The conference is one of the most distinguished in the country, including over 1200 students from nearly 60 schools across four continents.
The majority of the students who participated received recognition including Honorable Mentions, the third highest awared in the commitee, and verbal commendation at the closing ceremonies.
Students pictured from left to right: Randall Sutter, Altay Baskan, Cody Dolak, Heba Alsahlani, Keay Crandall, Mary Lohitai, Austin Guo, Alex Dzuricky, Muhammad Alsahlani, Ben Hartleb, Brennan Coleman and Ammar Krso.
ERIE, Pa (April 4, 2016) -- Teachers in Erie's Public Schools are seeing success with using crowdfunding sites like DonorsChoose.org to achieve funding needed for various classroom projects in the wake of the district's budget deficit. Read the full article from the Erie Times-News here.
ERIE, Pa (April 1, 2016) -- Northwest Pennsylvania's Collegiate Academy was named as the safest school in the state of Pennsylvania by Niche.com, an educational review website. Read the full article from the Erie Times-News here.
ERIE, Pa (March 30, 2016) -- Female students at Central Career & Technical School were featured regarding their interest in the school's challenging welding program and its future benefits for their careers. Read the full story from the Erie Times-News here.