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New SRO Helps Keep Students Safe


By Ely Schosek SGI Student Reporter Members of the SGI community will see a new face this school year around all four district schools—Jackie Feggans, the new school resource officer (SRO). Feggans was raised in the City of Buffalo and graduated from Cardinal O’Hara High School in the Town of Tonawanda. He has been with the Erie County Sheriff’s office ... Read More »

SGI Welcomes New Teachers


By Ely Schosek SGI Student Reporter School districts are always hiring new teachers for one reason or another like to fit the needs of a larger student body or specific student needs. This year Springville GI is excited to welcome 11 new teachers to a variety of positions. The areas of Special Education, High School Science, AIS or Academic Intervention ... Read More »

SGI Welcomes New Teachers


By Ely Schosek SGI Student Reporter Each year, it is common for new teachers to be hired within a school district. They may be filling open positions left empty because of retired teachers or it may be a brand-new position added to accommodate a greater number of students or unique student needs. These new teachers may be continuing their teaching ... Read More »

SGI Welcomes New Teachers


By Ely Schosek SGI Student Reporter Every year, there are teachers who reach the end of their teaching career and retire. New teachers must be hired to replace such teachers. These new teachers may be continuing their career in education or possibly just starting out. Sometimes, new positions are added to accommodate more students or unique student needs. Overall, Springville ... Read More »

Seniors’ Advice to Freshmen


By Ely Schosek, SGI Student Reporter Transitioning from middle school to high school is a big change. Incoming freshmen have many things to be excited about, but it’s also pretty likely that they’ll have something that they’re nervous about. Once you start high school, you realize that there’s really nothing to be nervous about, and a few of this year’s incoming ... Read More »

SGI Sophomore Focuses on Motocross


By Ely Schosek SGI Student Reporter Springville’s rural location makes it a prime spot for four-wheelers, dirt bikes, and other off road vehicles. Max Schwabel is an incoming sophomore at SGI this year. He has been riding four-wheelers and other off road vehicles since he was about 4 or 5 years old. “I got my first dirt bike on my ... Read More »

Summer Means Vacations for SGI Students


By Ely Schosek, SGI Student Reporter Taking summer vacations is popular no matter where you are in the country, and Springville is no exception to this. Many SGI students travel during the summer, in order to recharge before school starts again in September. Blaze Schelble, an incoming sophomore, recently traveled to France to spend time with his girlfriend, Hanaé, and her ... Read More »

Summer Break Means Horse Shows for SGI’s Olivia Giammarco


By Ely Schosek, SGI Student Reporter Olivia Giammarco is a 15-year-old incoming sophomore at Springville GI High School. Olivia is also an equestrian. She spends a large majority of her time around horses, especially during her summer vacation. Olivia has a 10-year-old quarter horse named Dodger, which Olivia and her mother adopted five years ago, soon after Olivia turned 10. When ... Read More »

A Year of Memories: Yearbook Club


By Ely Schosek The end of the school year is always a busy time at SGI, and this is especially true for the Yearbook Club! This club is made up of a group of dedicated students and their advisor, SGI teacher Sara Kemmerer. According to Kemmerer, who has been the advisor of the club for seven years, the goal of ... Read More »

SGI High School to Host UNYTS Blood Drive June 1


By Ely Schosek SGI Student Reporter On Friday, June 1 there will be a blood drive at Springville High School from 7:45 a.m.- 2 p.m. and the general public is welcome. The organization that will be collecting donations is UNYTS. UNYTS’ mission statement is “Our commitment is to enhance and save lives through organ, eye, tissue, and blood donation while ... Read More »

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