Wattsburg Area School District

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The Wattsburg School District is a public school district serving parts of Erie County, Pennsylvania. Centered in Wattsburg, the townships of Amity, Venango, Greene, and Greenfield are also included in district boundaries. The district contains three schools: Wattsburg Area Elementary Center, Wattsburg Area Middle School, and Seneca High School.

Erie County, Pennsylvania County in the United States

Erie County is a county located in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. As of the 2018, the population was 272,061. Its county seat is Erie. The county was created in 1800 and later organized in 1803.

Seneca High School (Pennsylvania) Erie, Pennsylvania

Seneca High School is a high school which serves the townships of Greene, Greenfield, Venango,and Amity in Erie County, Pennsylvania.

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