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SGI Board Reorganizes for 2017-2018 School Year

By Jennifer Weber The Springville-Griffith Board of Education met on Tuesday, July 11 at 6:30 p.m. for the 2017-2018 Board Reorganizational Meeting where Allison Duwe was voted in as President and Jennifer Sullivan was voted in as Vice-President. Other officers approved include Kathy Tucker, District Clerk; Maureen Lee, Deputy Treasurer; and Marylynn Reeves, Tax Collector. The 2017-2018 SGI Board of ... Read More »

SGI Hodgson Russ Collaboration Award


Posing after presentation of the Hodgson Russ Excellence in Collaboration Honor Award are, from left: Andrew J. Freedman, Esq., representing Hodgson Russ; Springville GI School Board members Elizabeth Casey; Jennifer Sullivan, Vice President; Allison Duwe, President; former student Molly Stabell; social studies teacher and club advisor Andrew Beiter; Middle School principal Shanda DuClon, and ECASB President David Lowrey. Springville Griffith ... Read More »

SGI Board Accepts Vote Results

By Jennifer Weber The Springville-Griffith Institute School held its monthly board meeting on Monday, June 12 at 7 p.m. and voted to accept the results of the May 16, 2017, Annual School Budget Vote and Board Member Election. The Board passed a bond resolution authorizing the President of the Board of Education to delegate the power to issue bond anticipation ... Read More »

SGI All Class Reunion Set

We have had so much fun the last four years, we are doing it again.  The 5th Annual SGI All Class Reunion will be held Friday, July 21, 2017, from 5 to 10 p.m. at Fireman’s Park on Nason Boulevard, for all alumni 21 years and older.  Mark your calendars now! Admission is still only $5 pre-sale and $10 at ... Read More »

Girls’ Track Season Wrapup


Submitted by Coach Mark Heichberger The Springville Girl’s Track and Field team had a strong showing at the Section 6 Track and Field Championship meet held at Strider Field in Jamestown.  Leading the Griffins was Payton Rowe with an outstanding performance in the 400 hurdles.  Payton broke the school record in the finals with a time of 1:05.83 and finished ... Read More »

Spagnola Named Division All Star


Congratulations to sophomore Michael Spagnola for earning recognition as an ECIC Division IV Singles All Star for tennis.  Michael played first singles for the Griffins the entire year, finishing with a record of 11 wins and 3 losses. Read More »

The Springville Stampede is Back!


Mark your calendars for Friday, July 28, when the Springville Stampede 5K returns. The race, beginning and ending at SGI High School, is hosted by the Springville Cross Country team, and proceeds will go to the team to help develop and grow the program. The race starts at 7 p.m., and runners are asked to arrive by 6:30 p.m. to ... Read More »

SGI Boys’ Tennis Season Wraps Up


Submitted by Coaches Frank Noeson and Ryan Dygert The 2017 SGI Boys’ Varsity Tennis season has come to an end.  After numerous indoor practices and match rescheduling, the boys were finally able to call it a season after the ECIC tournament took place. Overall, the team finished in 2nd place in Division IV with an 8-2 record, and a 10-4 ... Read More »

Clinic for Football Moms June 13

Calling All Football Moms! On June 13, the Springville-Griffith Institute Varsity Football Program will be holding a free moms clinic at S-GI HS from 6 to 8 p.m. This “moms clinic” will provide a unique opportunity for attendees to learn firsthand from Ken Stoldt, USA Football Master trainer and Section 6 Football Chairman, about what is currently being done in ... Read More »

Gallivan Speaks at SGI High School


By Gwendolyn Fruehauf, SGI Student Reporter On Friday, May 19, New York State Senator Patrick Gallivan was in Springville and took a short detour to the high school, intent on using his personal experience to inform SGI senior students. It all started as an idea that originated from the AP government class. Through their teacher, Shawn Bullard, who reached out ... Read More »

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