District News

  • Erie High creates mentorship program for student athletes

    Posted by Communications and Media Relations (JB) on 1/2/2018

    ERIE, Pa (January 2, 2018) -- In order to educate more student athletes and their families on the district's offerings of academic, athletic and counseling programs, Erie High School will host a NCAA Eligibility Workshop on Thursday, January 25 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Erie High School. Read the full Erie Times-News story here.

     

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  • Collegiate Academy senior performs with national ensemble, looks to turn talent into career

    Posted by Communications & Media Relations (JB) on 1/1/2018

    ERIE, Pa (January 1, 2018) -- Paul Caram, a senior at Collegiate Academy, recently performed with more than 600 high school students from across the country at the 2017 All-National Honor Ensembles in Orlando, Florida and is looking to pursue music education after graduating. Read the full Erie Times-News story here.

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  • EPS will expand cyber academy in 2018-19

    Posted by Communications & Media Relations (JB) on 12/18/2017

    ERIE, Pa (December 18, 2017) -- Erie’s Public Schools seeks to expand its in-house cyber school program to include students in kindergarten through fifth grade. Currently, district cyber classes are available only to students in grades 6 – 12. Read the full Erie Times-News story here.

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  • New daily procedures develop at Erie High

    Posted by Communications & Media Relations (JB) on 12/11/2017

    ERIE, Pa (December 11, 2017) -- Administration at Erie High School are steadily working on new procedures to relieve congestion and enhance safety in the building. As a result, overall disruptive incidents among high school students are down so far for the year. Read more on the Erie Times-News story here.

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  • Erie High unveils application process for future students

    Posted by Communications & Media Relations (JB) on 12/7/2017

    ERIE, Pa (December 7, 2017) -- All students who plan to attend Erie High School must now complete an application for admission, which will enable district and school administration the ability to determine what programs are in demand. Read the full Erie Times-News story here.

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  • EPS awaits word on chosen financial administrator

    Posted by Communications & Media Relations (JB) on 11/21/2017

    ERIE, Pa (November 21, 2017) -- Now that annual additional funding has been secured for EPS, the district is awaiting word from Harrisburg on a chosen financial advisor who will work with district's administration. The person, to be appointed by the governor, will monitor the district’s finances and develop a financial improvement plan for the years ahead. Read the full Erie Times-News story here.

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  • EPS focuses on primary literacy in schools

    Posted by Communications & Media Relations (JB) on 11/20/2017

    ERIE, Pa (November 20, 2017) -- A focus on primary literacy ensures that the district's youngest students will be proficient in reading and writing by third grade. Read the full Erie Times-News story here.

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  • Two Erie School Board members say farewell

    Posted by Communications & Media Relations (JB) on 11/16/2017

    ERIE, Pa (November 16, 2017) -- On Wednesday, November 15, longtime Erie School Board members Ed Brzezinski, school director for 12 years, and Mary Frances Schenley, school director for more than 15, said goodbye to their time as directors, after deciding not to seek re-election this year. Read the full Erie Times-News story here. 

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  • Superintendent Brian Polito writes editorial piece

    Posted by Communications & Media Relations (JB) on 11/13/2017

    ERIE, Pa -- (November 13, 2017) Click here to read EPS Superintendent Brian Polito's editorial piece that was published in the Erie Times-News

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  • District develops new strategic plan in lieu of recurring funding from state

    Posted by Communications & Media Relations (JB) on 10/30/2017

    ERIE, Pa (October 30, 2017) -- With recurring funding from the state in hand, the district will now focus on creating a long-term strategic plan to increase student success. Read the full Erie Times-News story here and here. 

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