ERIE, Pa (June 2, 2017) -- In an effort to raise many of the funds needed for the district's reorganization plan, EPS has launched the "Erie Strong" fundraising campaign, which will be run by the Partnership for Erie's Public Schools -- a 501(c)3 non-profit supporting the district. The fundraising goal is $1,000,000 to be used to help support ServErie's volunteer project at Central Tech this summer, school and district re-branding, updating the basketball court at Erie High School, updating the field colors at Veterans Stadium and purchasing new uniforms for all of Erie High School's sports teams and marching band. Read the full Erie Times-News article here.
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ERIE, Pa (June 1, 2017) -- As part of the district's reconfiguration plan for next year, EPS will offer "magnet school" programs at the new Erie High School, including child development and sports medicine courses. Read the full Erie Times-News story here.
ERIE, Pa (May 31, 2017) -- After a devastating fire at Central Career & Technical School on Friday, May 26, district administration and the Erie School Board are moving quickly to begin the school's restoration process by approving to hire a company to immediately start remediating smoke and water damage in the damaged area of the school. Read the full Erie-Times News story here.
ERIE, Pa (June 2 2017) -- On Friday, May 12, over 2,000 of EPS' current high school students voted on their choice of new name, mascot and color scheme for the new high school name to replace Central Career & Technical School. The name of the newly combined high school, Erie High School, was presented at a press conference on Thursday, May 18. Read the full Erie Times-News story here.
The new mascot and colors were revealed at a student rally held at Erie Veterans Memorial Stadium on Friday, June 2. Read the full Erie Times-News story here.
ERIE, Pa (May 16, 2017) -- Starting in 2017-18, the newly created East Middle School and Strong Vincent Middle School will become community schools to replace Emerson-Gridley and Wayne Schools, both of which are closing at the end of the school year. The three other community schools -- Pfeiffer-Burleigh, Edison and McKinley -- will remain in place. Read the full Erie Times-News story here.
ERIE, Pa (May 1, 2017) -- On Friday, April 28, a vote by the District 10 Committee recognized that East and Strong Vincent high schools will no longer have sports and that the district's teams in all 20 sports programs will play for Erie High School. Read the full Erie Times-News article here.
ERIE, Pa (April 28, 2017) -- All elementary and middle school boundaries have been re-drawn to accommodate students affected. Families can use an online interactive map on the district website to input their address and determine where it falls in the new school boundaries. Read the full Erie Times-News article here to access the new elementary school and updated middle school boundary maps.
ERIE, Pa (April 27, 2017) -- In addition to a new name, Central Career & Technical School will also receive a makeover in July. Approximately 2000 volunteers affiliated with ServErie, the faith-based initiative of Erie churches and social service organizations, will undertake a work project from July 20-23 at Central. Read the full Erie Times-News story here.
ERIE, Pa (March 27, 2017) -- On Saturday, March 25, the Strong Vincent boys basketball team took on Imhotep Charter for the PIAA Class 4A State Championship title game. Although SV did not take home the title, their remarkable season willl not be overlooked, as they made history in several ways. Read the full Erie Times-News story here.
ERIE, Pa (March 22, 2017) -- After defeating Quaker Valley in the PIAA 4A semifinal game 73-64 on Tuesday, March 21, the SV boys basketball team moves on to the PIAA Class 4A championship on Saturday at 2 p.m. against nationally-ranked Imhotep Charter out of Philadelphia at Hershey's Giant Center in Hershey, PA. The last time the Strong Vincent boys basketball team made it to the state championship game was back in 1985. Read the full Erie Times-News story here.