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Krolikowski named ‘Teacher of the Year’ by NHS

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Springville-Griffith High School social studies and history teacher Marianna Krolikowski (center) was recently chosen by the school’s National Honor Society members as Springville’s Teacher of the Year. She’s seen here with new NHS inductees Hannah Milbrand (left) and Abby Steiner.

By Elyana Schosek Student Reporter Marianna Krolikowski, a history teacher at Springville-Griffith Institute, was recently chosen by the current National Honor Society members as the SGI Teacher of the Year. Krolikowski was presented her award during the annual NHS induction ceremony April 30. Amy Stabell presented the award to Mrs. K, as most of her students know her by, along ... Read More »

SGI softball tops Pioneer, edges Tonawanda

Meadow Wittman had the hot hand on Saturday, tallying four hits and leading the Springville-Griffith Institute softball team to a 16-4 win over Pioneer at home. Wittman singled in the second, third and fifth and doubled in the sixth, going 4-for-5. An early lead helped propel the Griffins, as they scored on singles by Lilia Dinseand by Meghan Rehrauer in ... Read More »

SGI baseball tops West Seneca West, Tonawanda to improve to 10-1

It took nine innings, but the Springville-Griffith Institute varsity baseball team outlasted West Seneca West on Thursday, May 9 winning 6-5 at home. Sean Barry, Evan Elkins (2 doubles, 2 RBI, 2 runs) and Austin Lux all had three hits for the Griffins (10-1). Cody Wells went 2-for-4 and Nick Pfamer had a double in the win. Nick Emmick threw ... Read More »

Rowe paces SGI girls to Jamestown Invitational title

Led by two individual victories from Payton Rowe and one from Hannah Goetz, the Springville-Griffith Institute girls track and field team won the Jamestown Invitational on Saturday. With 168 points, Springville defeated Southwestern (150) by 18 for the team title. Rowe won the 100-meter hurdles (:16.60) and 400 hurdles (1:07.84). Goetz won the 2,000 steeplechase with a season-best time of ... Read More »

Middle schoolers experiencing revamped exploratory classes at SGI

By Elyana Schosek Student Reporter In past years, students at Springville Middle School have been required to take all of the school’s exploratory classes. These consist of: art, music, home and careers and technology. However, a recent change has allowed some flexibility regarding the classes the students take — they are no longer just assigned to them. “Our teachers and ... Read More »

Springville, Pioneer girls participate in Jr. NBA youth basketball

  For the past few months, elementary level girls from Springville-Griffith Institute and Pioneer Central schools participated in the Jr. NBA youth basketball program. The goal of the Jr. NBA program is to teach the fundamentals and values of basketball at the grassroots level to grow and improve the game for boys and girls. The Jr. NBA youth basketball program ... Read More »

Springville Village Board approves tax warrant for 2019-20 budget


By Kellen M. Quigley The taxes to be collected for the village of Springville 2019-20 fiscal year budget has been set after action by the Board of Trustees Monday. The village board authorized the mayor to sign the tax warrant for the upcoming budget. The total expected to be collected is $1,945,222. The current budget is $1,823,461. “I want to ... Read More »

A Look Back: The Olmsted Summer Camp


By Jolene Hawkins Looking back to the year 1999, when Olmsted summer camp was placed on the National Register of Historic places, let’s learn the history of the place that was popular then and now. It is a site that has 188 acres, a pre-Civil War Farmstead and a turn-of-the-century private family home, where the Olmsted family spent their summers. ... Read More »

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