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Holland Competes at States

By Coach Karen Reynolds After a surprise send-off at the high school last Wednesday, Elle Holland was one of 75 Section 6 girls to attend the NYS swim meet held at Ithaca College last Friday and Saturday.  Elle competed in both the 100 free and the 100 back during preliminaries. After swimming Friday, she was able to move up six ... Read More »

SGI Wrestlers Ready for Season


By Alicia Dziak It’s that time of year again, when SGI’s winter sports are getting started. Whether you prefer contact, non-contact, individual or team sports, this season offers something for every kind of sports fan. One of the sports offered during the cold months is wrestling. Led by head coach Mark Vogel, and supported by a dedicated coaching staff, the ... Read More »

SGI SPORTS SCHEDULE, Nov. 24-29, 2017

Friday, Nov. 24 V. Wrestling @Catt-Little Valley scrimmage JV Boys BB vs. Depew scrimmage V Boys BB vs. Depew scrimmage JV/VGirls BBall @ Alden scrimmage Tuesday, Nov. 28 JV Boys BB @Holland V. Girls Basketball vs. Emerson JV Girls Basketball vs. Emerson V Boys BB @Holland scrimmage Wednesday, Nov. 29 V. Wrestling @ C V. Wrestling @Tonawanda Read More »

Human Rights Club: Past, Present, and Future

By Gwendolyn Fruehauf,  SGI Student Reporter It always feels magical finding a purpose in life. A purpose that you found in the past, but still hold on to. A purpose that will still be with you in the future. For Amy Stabell and Sam Yetter, two high school students, they found a purpose a couple years ago, in middle school, ... Read More »

SGI Kids Can Make a Difference: Book Drive to Benefit Local Kids


By Alicia Dziak Every year, seventh grade students at SGI Middle School work on a special project in their social studies and ELA classes called Kids Can Make a Difference, known as KCMAD to those of us who have kids who have done it in the past. The year-long KCMAD project involves students choosing an organization to work with, and ... Read More »

SGI Board Announces Timeline for Capital Project, New Director of Facilities


By Jennifer Weber The Springville-Griffth Institute Board of Education held their monthly business meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 7 at 6:30 p.m. and opened with a presentation of the fall sports season report given by student athletes. School Board President Allison Duwe gave a recap of issues the board discussed at their workshop meeting held on Oct. 24 regarding the future ... Read More »

Holland Heading to State Meet in Ithaca


By Alicia Dziak and Karen Reynolds This week, Elle Holland, a junior at SGI on the Varsity Girls Swim team, will be attending the New York State Swimming and Diving meet held at Ithaca College in Ithaca, NY.  She will be leaving Thursday morning and competing Friday and Saturday . This is Elle’s second year attending the NYS Meet and ... Read More »

SGI Students Designing Village Seal


By Alicia Dziak On Monday, Nov. 6, students from Christy Komenda’s high school graphic design class presented their ideas for a Village seal to Springville Officer in Charge Nick Budney and Village Trustee Nils Wikman. Springville currently has no Village seal. The students met earlier in the year with Lt. Budney about the scope of the project, and Komenda said ... Read More »

Nickel City Opera to Perform at SGI and SCA


This week, Nickel City Opera will begin a residency at Springville Center for the Arts. During this time, they will be putting together a production of The Music Shop by Richard Wargo, and will visit Colden, SES, the Middle and High Schools with introductory programs. High schoolers will form a small chorus that will perform in the show alongside professionals ... Read More »

XC Team Performs Well at Sectionals


By Chad Russell, Cross Country Coach Late last week, the cross country team competed at Sectionals, held at Bemus Point Golf Course. The guys team ran strong at sectionals, finishing 8th out of the 25 schools participating in B-sized schools.  Considering we are the smallest out of the 25 schools competing in that division, this is quite an accomplishment.  The ... Read More »

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