Springville-Griffith Institute Central School District was first established in 1830 but centralized in 1941 and 1953 to combine 33 separate neighboring schools. Located 35 minutes south of Buffalo and covers the communities of Collins, Colden, Glenwood, East Concord, and Springville. SGI currently services about 1,800 students and has one of the largest areas of any New York district at nearly 141 square miles.
Members of the Board of Education are elected to terms of three years and serve without pay. They are responsible for district finances and for formulating educational and school district policies. Meetings are mainly held at the Springville Middle School LMC. Check our District Calendar for dates and times.
Springville-Griffith Institute is a learning community that cultivates meaningful relationships, commits to growth and improvement, says YES to voice, choice and creativity and knows that learning is limitless.
Springville-Griffith Institute has two Elementary (K-5), one Middle (6-8) and one High School (9-12) building. Each building includes a variety of academic programs, performing and visual arts, and the opportunity to accelerate in English, math, science, social studies and foreign language as well as providing a variety of club and sporting opportunities.
At Springville-Griffith we want to bring our school and community together to build sustainable partnerships and support education through community involvement.We invite you to attend our events to get a better understanding of our strengths and priorities and how best we can connect you to our district.
SGI Phishing Campaign
PLEASE DO NOT BE ALARMED
You have just taken part in a phishing campaign completed by Springville-GI’s Technology Department. Information from this test was reported to SGI’s network administrators for the purpose of training our users on the dangers of phishing campaigns. Once our campaign has concluded an official email will be sent out to district staff explaining the test. No further steps are needed on your end at this time.
Spear-phishing attacks are designed to trick people into performing actions or divulging confidential information. For example, a recipient might be tricked into clicking a URL that goes to a fraudulent website that gathers information. During these attacks hackers often harvest information from the organization to make the email appear official. If you receive such messages to your district email please DELETE them. If you question the legitimacy of an email feel free to contact our office at 3213 for assistance.