WE'RE HIRING! Join our Cafeteria Team as a FOOD SERVICE HELPER & LUNCHROOM MONITOR! Applicants are encouraged to apply for both positions! Apply by Aug. 8. Learn more here: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/1/folders/11oMIGTrL3PSNFfhOjX3glA0KI_uYhzj3 #SGIStrong
13 days ago, Springville-Griffith Institute Public Relations
Part-Time Food Service Helper. Four (4) Hours Per Day 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. shift. Part-Time Lunchroom Monitor. 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. shift. Applicants encouraged to apply for both positions!
SGI has an immediate opening for a GROUNDSKEEPER. Candidates must have a H.S. Diploma or equivalent & possess a NYS CDL-B license (or be willing to obtain within 90 days). More: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/1/folders/11oMIGTrL3PSNFfhOjX3glA0KI_uYhzj3?usp=sharing
16 days ago, Springville-Griffith Institute Public Relations
We're Hiring. Join The #GriffinFamily!
Springville Middle School has an opening for a long-term substitute Special Education Teacher for Grades 7-8 commencing August 30, 2022 and running through October 31, 2022. The long-term substitute rate of pay is $155.00/day. NYS certification in Students w/Disabilities 7-12 or Students w/Disabilities 5-9 preferred. Please email a cover letter with resume on or before Friday, August 5 to: Shanda DuClon, Springville Middle School Principal, at sduclon@springvillegi.org #RedefiningRural #SGIStrong
16 days ago, Springville-Griffith Institute Public Relations
The Springville Middle School, Grades 6-8, has an opening for a long-term substitute Special Education Teacher for Grades 7-8 commencing August 30, 2022 and running through October 31, 2022.  The long-term substitute rate of pay is $155.00/day.  NYS certification in Students w/Disabilities 7-12 or Students w/Disabilities 5-9 preferred. Please email a cover letter with resume on or before Friday, August 5 to: Shanda DuClon, Springville Middle School Principal, at sduclon@springvillegi.org
The Springville-Griffith Institute CSD has two openings available for full-time Preferred Building Substitute Teachers - one for the High School, Grades 9-12 and one for the Middle School, Grades 6-8. A preferred building substitute teacher teaches on a daily, itinerant basis when students are in attendance. The daily rate of pay is $160 per day. Both positions are for the 2022-23 school year starting August 30. Applicants must possess a valid NYSED teaching certificate in any subject area. Please email a cover letter with resume on or before Friday, August 5 to: Shanda DuClon, Springville Middle School Principal, at sduclon@springvillegi.org (for the Middle School position) Meghan Janora, Springville High School Principal, at mjanora@springvillegi.org (for the High School position) #RedefiningRural #SGIStrong
20 days ago, Springville-Griffith Institute Public Relations
The Springville-Griffith Institute CSD has two openings available for full-time Preferred Building Substitute Teachers - one for the High School, Grades 9-12 and one for the Middle School, Grades 6-8.  A preferred building substitute teacher teaches on a daily, itinerant basis when students are in attendance.  The daily rate of pay is $160 per day. Both positions are for the 2022-23 school year starting August 30.   Applicants must possess a valid NYSED teaching certificate in any subject area. Please email a cover letter with resume on or before Friday, August 5 to: Shanda DuClon, Springville Middle School Principal, at sduclon@springvillegi.org (for the Middle School position) Meghan Janora, Springville High School Principal, at mjanora@springvillegi.org (for the High School position)
The Springville-Griffith Institute CSD has three full-time, probationary teaching assistant positions available - two at Colden Elementary School and one at Springville Middle School. All three positions are full-time with benefits including health insurance and NYS pension system. NYS certification as a teaching assistant is preferred but will consider other applicants w/o certification. Starting Fall 2022. Salary in accordance with the Support Unit salary schedule. Please email a cover letter with resume on or before Friday, August 5 to: Shanda DuClon, Springville Middle School Principal, at sduclon@springvillegi.org (for the Middle School position) Brooke Langworthy, Colden Elementary School Principal, at blangworthy@springvillegi.org (for the Colden Elementary School positions) #RedefiningRural #SGIStrong
20 days ago, Springville-Griffith Institute Public Relations
The Springville CSD has three full-time, probationary teaching assistant positions available-two at Colden Elementary School and one at Springville Middle School.  All three positions are full-time with benefits including health insurance and NYS pension system.  NYS certification as a teaching assistant is preferred but will consider other applicants w/o certification.  Starting Fall 2022.  Salary in accordance with the Support Unit salary schedule.  Please email a cover letter with resume on or before Friday, August 5 to: Shanda DuClon, Springville Middle School Principal, at sduclon@springvillegi.org (for the Middle School position) Brooke Langworthy, Colden Elementary School Principal, at blangworthy@springvillegi.org (for the Colden Elementary School positions)
SGI is HIRING for a Clerk Typist for the district's Special Education Office! Send a resume and cover letter to Jennifer Carlton, SBA, at jcarlton@springvillegi.org on or before Aug. 1. MORE: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/11oMIGTrL3PSNFfhOjX3glA0KI_uYhzj3?usp=sharing
23 days ago, Springville-Griffith Institute Public Relations
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During the SGI Board of Education's organizational meeting on Tuesday, Michele Idzik & Joseph Lowry were sworn in to 3-year terms; Chris Cerrone was elected board president; & Jennifer Sullivan was re-elected vice president. MORE: https://www.springvillegi.org/article/782150
about 1 month ago, Springville-Griffith Institute Public Relations
The SGI Board of Education. Second row (from left): Joseph Lowry III, Michele Idzik, Daniel Miess, Bryon Bobseine, Jessica Schuster in the second row. First row (from left): Jennifer Sullivan, vice president, and Chris Cerrone, president.
District Clerk Kathy Tucker, right, administers the oath of office to new board members Joseph Lowry III (left) and Michele Idzik (center).
District Clerk Kathy Tucker, left, administers the oath of office to SGI board vice president Jennifer Sullivan (center) and Chris Cerrone (right)
Wishing our #GriffinFamily a safe and happy 4th of July! #RedefiningRural #SGIStrong
about 1 month ago, Springville-Griffith Institute Public Relations
Dark background with an image of the American flag and SGI logo with text: “Happy 4th of July. Independence Day."
Thanks to ExxonMobil and Reid Petroleum's Educational Alliance, SGI was able to purchase new tablets as part of the alliance's effort to support science, technology, engineering, and math! We are grateful to our community for this support! #RedefiningRural #SGIStrong
about 2 months ago, Springville-Griffith Institute Public Relations
Students look at tablets
Students engage and point after looking at a tablet.
Teachers holding boxes of new tablets.
Colden Elementary applied for and was awarded $12,000 through the Creating Healthy Schools and Communities grant. With the grant funds, a .24 mile loop with a single track will be built around the back of the school and through the woods. With the grant money, CES was able to purchase 450 tons of gravel, six youth bikes, one adult bike and 18 helmets. Along with the grant, the CES Wellness Committee hosted fundraisers to be used toward the trail, with the ultimate goal of having the trail eventually paved. The Western New York Mountain Bike Association will assist in the trail’s construction. A groundbreaking ceremony was held on June 17. Thank you to our community for your continued support!
about 2 months ago, Springville-Griffith Institute Public Relations
Students and volunteers stand and smile.
Colden gathers for bike path groundbreaking.
Colden students shovel dirt for new bike path.
Colden students shovel dirt for new bike path.
SGI HS is seeking a NYS licensed RN to serve as School Nurse. Work year is the same as teachers; health insurance and benefits available. Send a cover letter and resume via email to Joseph DeMartino, asst. HS principal at jdemartino@springvillegi.org by JULY 13. #SGIStrong
about 2 months ago, Springville-Griffith Institute Public Relations
We're Hiring. Join The #GriffinFamily!
SGI Buildings & Grounds Director Dave Seiflein presented staff member Jacob Riter with the district's 2022 Employee of the Year Award during last week's Staff Recognition breakfast! More: https://www.springvillegi.org/article/771522 #RedefiningRural #SGIStrong
about 2 months ago, Springville-Griffith Institute Public Relations
Jacob Riter and Dave Seiflein
#SGI was proud to welcome home Kate Riffee, '76 to deliver the keynote address at Saturday's Commencement. Kate retired from Ohio State in 2015 after 35 years of service, most of which in Student Athlete Support Services. MORE: https://www.springvillegi.org/article/771974
about 2 months ago, Springville-Griffith Institute Public Relations
Kate Riffee
SGI recently honored its employees during the Staff Recognition Ceremony. Congratulations to SMS 6th grade teacher Carla Roetzer on being honored as the 2022 Teacher of the Year! More: https://www.springvillegi.org/article/771522 #SGIStrong #RedefiningRural #SGIStrong
about 2 months ago, Springville-Griffith Institute Public Relations
Carla Roetzer
The sign says it so it must be true: SUMMER is HERE! Have a wonderful summer, SGI! We’ll see you in September! #RedefiningRural #SGIStrong
about 2 months ago, Springville-Griffith Institute Public Relations
SGI Middle School “Have a Great Summer!"
Retirees Sherry Bligh, Judy Bohrer, Ed Golabek, Tina Kwiatkowski, Diane McWhirter, Kathy Piatko, Bob Thurber, Kathy Townsend, & Tim Ulinger were honored during Staff Recognition today. Congratulations & THANK YOU for your service! https://www.springvillegi.org/article/771522
about 2 months ago, Springville-Griffith Institute Public Relations
Tina Kwiatkowski hugs Allison Duwe
We conclude our Countdown with Austin Yetter, valedictorian of the SGI Class of 2022. Austin is son of Robert & Terri Yetter. He will attend the University at Buffalo to study Biomedical Engineering. Congratulations to our graduating seniors! #RedefiningRural #ClassOf2022
about 2 months ago, Springville-Griffith Institute Public Relations
Austin Yetter, valedictorian of the Springville-Griffith Institute High School Class of 2022, is the son of Robert and Terri Yetter. He will attend the University at Buffalo to study Biomedical Engineering.     At SGI, Yetter has been involved with Cross Country, Golf, Swimming, Track and Field, Baseball, Concert Band, Jazz Band, Marching Band, Pit Orchestra for the musical, Chorus, Chamber Choir, Key Club, and National Honor Society.   He finished with the highest score on the algebra and geometry regents and was awarded the Excellence in Chemistry, Society of Mayflower Descendents, Excellence in U.S. History Award, and Air Force Recruiting Service Mathematics and Science awards. He also was named the cross country team’s most valuable player in 2020 and 2021 and was also the MVP of the swim team in 2020, 2021, and 2022. He was also named an AP Scholar with Honor and received a PSAT/NMSQT Letter of Commendation.   His hobbies and interests include going to the gym, disc golf, swimming, golfing, surfing, jigsaw puzzles, and reading science articles.
Our countdown continues with Megan Schneider, salutatorian of the Springville-Griffith Institute Class of 2022. Megan is the daughter of William and Andrea Schneider. She will attend D’Youville University to study Occupational Therapy. #RedefiningRural #ClassOf2022
about 2 months ago, Springville-Griffith Institute Public Relations
Megan Schneider, salutatorian for the Springville-Griffith Institute High School Class of 2022, is the daughter of William and Andrea Schneider. She will attend D’Youville University to study Occupational Therapy.     At SGI, she was involved with National Honor Society, Key Club, Marching Band, Jazz Band, Band, Orchestra, Chorus, Chamber Choir, Student Government, Bowling Team, Musical, Science Olympiad, All County, and Area All State Band ensembles.   Schneider received the Certificate of Achievement in Spanish, US Navy Outstanding Scholar, and AP School with Honors awards.   Her hobbies and interests include baking, reading, canoeing, hiking, spending time with my dogs, cats, and horses, traveling, playing instruments, art, shuffleboard, walking, music, downhill and cross country skiing, and metal detecting.
SENIOR-TO-SENIOR: Ahead of their graduation this weekend, senior citizens from the Jennie B. Richmond Nursing Home made a card for every Class of 2022 Senior with friendly advice for the students as they complete their time at SGI! What a wonderful gesture! #RedefiningRural
about 2 months ago, Springville-Griffith Institute Public Relations
Well Done 2022 Graduate Advice Basket
SGI students and seniors from the Jennie B. Richmond Nursing Home stand together in the main foyer at Springville High School.
We continue our Class of 2022 Top 10 Countdown with No. 3, Abigail Fruehauf. Abigail is the daughter of Karl and Robin Fruehauf and will attend Gannon University next fall. #RedefiningRural #SGIStrong #ClassOf2022
about 2 months ago, Springville-Griffith Institute Public Relations
Abigail Fruehauf is the daughter of Karl and Robin Fruehauf and will attend Gannon University next fall.     At SGI, she served as Student Council Treasurer, Key Club President, NHS Vice President, and participated in Musical, Chorus, Orchestra, Chamber Choir, Science Olympiad, and Cross Country.   Fruehauf received the President's Education Outstanding Academic Excellence award,  Biology Science Award from the New York State Science Education Leadership Association,  U.S. Department of Energy Certificate of Recognition for Achievement in Physics, Society of the Mayflower Descendants Award for US History, Mathematics Achievement Certificates for Math League, Certificate of Excellence in Spanish, Mathematics and Science Award from the Air Force Recruiting Service.  Her hobbies and interests include dancing, reading, baking, listening to music, singing, driving, eating, swimming, hiking, paddle boarding, spending time with friends, piano, and skateboarding.