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Volunteer Fair Sparks Excitement Throughout Community

Volunteer Fair Sparks Excitement Throughout Community

We may seem stuck in a long stretch of cold and snowy winter weather in Buffalo, but Nichols Students are already planning for community service opportunities in the coming months. Last Friday, January 30, Nichols hosted more than 20 different organizations from around Western New York at our second annual Volunteer Fair. Agencies working for […]

Service Day: A Learning Experience for Freshmen

In heart of Spirit Week, the Upper School students gave back to the Buffalo Community. For the freshmen, advisories were split into groups and divided among five service activities.  One of the groups, went to Squaw Island Park with the Re-Tree organization. They spent their mornings grooming trees that were planted after the October Storm […]

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Sustainability in Buffalo: CEPA Gallery

On May 18, three students and two teachers from Eco-Schools attended the first annual Designing to Live Sustainably expo, called “Imagine Buffalo: A conversation on leapfrogging overbuilt cities” held at the CEPA Art Gallery near Shea’s Performing Arts Center. Maeanna Merrill ’16, Liza Ryan ’16, Mr. Powers, Ms. Crowell and Derrick Tang ’15 enjoyed a […]

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Community Service Update: Bald for Bucks and Locks of Love

On March 19th, during X-period in the reading room, many members of the Nichols community participated in Bald for Bucks and Locks of Love. Sommer Zacher and Alexa Ayers helped organize the event. Many students and faculty from the Upper School were there to support their friends. In total, the event raised $6,300. All the […]

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Community Service Update: The Home Again Project

Mrs. Newton’s advisory helped organize the Home Again project this year. This is Nichols’ third year working with Journey’s End Refugee Services to furnish an apartment for a refugee family. For the past few weeks, Mrs. Newton’s advisory has led the effort to collect furniture and household items for the apartment. They assigned each advisory […]

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