History came to life for Steel Valley students and community members as they toured the 2023 edition of the Barrett Elementary Black History Month Interactive Living Museum on Thursday, February 23.
Students from the Middle School Expect Respect Program and volunteers from The Pittsburgh Study stopped by kindergarten, first grade and second grade classrooms recently at Barrett. The older students read a selection of books with the elementary classes and then helped them do some crafts.
Barrett Elementary students as well as a group of Steel Valley Middle School and Steel Valley High School students attended the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust School Day Matinee performance of "Step Afrika!" The touring professional company performs shows dedicated to the art of stepping - which they describe as a "polyrhythmic, percussive dance form that uses the body as an instrument."
Pittsburgh Cares has named Steel Valley seventh grader Austin Blick as one of its Kids Who Care winners in honor of his willingness to go above and beyond to make a difference in the Steel Valley community.
Cruce Brookins and Greg Smith are off to play Division I college football. The duo signed their National Letters of Intent to play college football at the University of Pittsburgh and Miami (Ohio) University, respectively.
Park Elementary students put everyone in a festive mood with a pair of holiday concerts on Wednesday, December 21. Each grade level performed for the parents, family members, friends and community members who packed the gymnasium for each show.
Tuesday night was the annual Holiday Instrumental Concert, featuring the 5th-6th grade concert band and 7th-12th grade concert band under the direction of Mr. Michael Sisley. Mr. Sisley noted that this was the first time this particular selection of music had been performed at Steel Valley, which added to the excitement for the musicians.
Barrett Elementary students put everyone in the holiday spirit with its special winter concert on Wednesday, December 14. Each grade level performed for the parents, family members, friends and community members who packed the gymnasium for the show.
It was a packed house inside the Steel Valley High School auditorioum as the Middle School Chorus and High School Concert Choir performed their annual holiday show under the direction of Ms. Sharon Kampe.
The Steel Valley community showed up in force on Sunday, October 23 as the district celebrated its academics, athletics and creative arts programs with its Funder Under the Bridge fundraiser.
The annual event has become an October staple underneath the Homestead Grays Bridge down at the Waterfront. This year's event featured student performances, showcases by the Steel Valley Marching Band and high school cheerleaders, as well as the much-anticipated return of pies to the faces of district and local luminaries.
Congratulations to this year's Homecoming Court!
The 2022 Steel Valley Homecoming Queen is Leah Estes-Harris. Leah is a 3-year member of the cheerleading team where she currently serves as co-captain, a 4-year member of the volleyball team where she currently serves as captain, co-president of student government, president of the prom committee and is also a part of SADD, Spanish club, and Global Hands.
Along with Leah, Steel Valley’s Homecoming Court included Deanna Bird, Madison Blasko, Dara Brown, Chelsea Bulger, Brooke Farrah, Brenna Kern, Jennifer Nguyen, Myrian Perez-Paulino and Jasmine Wargo.
Congratulations to Leah and her court!
SV Friends & Alums!
Steel Valley is excited to introduce SV Friends and Alums, a new program that will be a hub for information, reunions, and a resource for students and alumni for volunteer opportunities, internships, and careers. More information is on its way, but an initial survey for Steel Valley alumni and community supporters is available to fill out by clicking the link below.
The Steel Valley School District is accepting enrollment applications for all grades. Whether your child is ready to start kindergarten, you're new to the district and need to enroll your children, or you're transferring from another school and need a fresh start, you're welcome at Steel Valley. Click the link to start the enrollment process or stop by our district office today!
Steel Valley Stronger
Academics, health, careers and equity are intertwined in education. The goal through Steel Valley Stronger is to turn these four pillars into strategic focal points so that they become areas of even greater strength. To learn how Steel Valley is supporting growth in academics, health, careers and equity, read more about our Steel Valley Stronger campaign.
SADD March TRU Conference
On Friday, March 17th, SADD Officers attended the Second Annual Tobacco Resistance Unit (TRU) Conference in Irwin, PA at the Antonelli Event Center. Steel Valley SADD is excited to make this a new yearly tradition!
Today SVMS celebrated St. Patrick’s Day and Stand Together promoted the powerful message of 1:4 teens suffering from a Mental Illness through a series of activities during lunch as well as every 4th locker being decorated with starbursts and skittles this morning.
Care Mobile - 2023 Update
As a collaboration between UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, and Ronald McDonald House Charities of Pittsburgh and Morgantown, Inc., the Care Mobile offers no out-of-pocket cost medical care to children throughout Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas. The Care Mobile will be at Steel Valley High School - Feb. 27 & April 24 and Barrett Elementary - March 27
SAPPHIRE WEB PORTAL
Sapphire is the software Steel Valley uses for parents to keep track of their child's academic progress, communicate with teachers, and more. To sign up for your Parent Web portal account, click below. When the login page opens, do not try and login, click on the link to Create a Web Portal account in the bottom left corner. The next step will ask you for the Keyword.
This site provides information using PDF, visit this link to download the Adobe Acrobat Reader DC software.