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Two Steel Valley School District students enrolled in the Cosmetology Program at Steel Center for Career & Technical Education competed in a Fantasy Contest this past fall at the August Wilson Center. At the competition, they created hair, makeup, nail, and costume designs.  The event was part of the Student Cosmetology Expo. The two Steel Valley students were on “Team Knight” where they created a dark version of Alice in Wonderland.  Madison Rose created nail designs, and Caitlyn Dominowski was on the hair team. Both teams earned first place trophies and cash prizes.

Two Steel Valley School District students enrolled in the Cosmetology Program at Steel Center for Career & Technical Education competed in a Fantasy Contest this past fall at the August Wilson Center. At the competition, they created hair, makeup, nail, and costume designs.  The event was part of the Student Cosmetology Expo. The two Steel Valley students were on “Team Knight” where they created a dark version of Alice in Wonderland.  Madison Rose created nail designs, and Caitlyn Dominowski was on the hair team. Both teams earned first place trophies and cash prizes.

Steel Valley High School Senior Brady Miller signed his letter of intent to play baseball at Goldey–Beacom College in Delaware.   Miller is the son of Joe and Cortney Miller of Munhall and has been the starting catcher for the Ironmen since day one of his freshman year.  During his career with the Ironmen, Miller’s batting average was (.341) with 46 home runs and he’s thrown out over 33 percent of would-be base stealers over his three years.   Miller was voted all-section catcher as a sophomore when he helped lead the Ironmen to a 10-0 section record.   Good Luck Brady!

Enjoy the Holidays by Attending a Steel Valley School District Holiday Concert! ​ Munhall, PA – Make your holidays a little brighter by enjoying one or more of the following special events presented by the Steel Valley Music Department; admission is free!

Steel Valley SADD decorated a DUI Dedication Tree to help spread the word about the importance of being very mindful about NOT driving while impaired during this holiday season and always. The tree represents the following data from Allegheny County from 2017: • The 1,083 lights on the tree represent the number of Impaired Driving crashes in 2017. • The 22 gold ornaments represent the number of Impaired Driving fatalities in 2017 • The 124 red bows represent the number of Impaired Driving crashes during the holiday season in 2017. Thankfully, there are no red ornaments on the tree which would represent the number of Impaired driving fatalities during the holiday season in 2017.

The Steel Valley Boys Basketball Team is selling Steel Valley “Spirit Decals” for $10 each.  These decals are perfect for your car!   You can place your order via:  a player; send your order to SV Boys Basketball c/o Alyson Fisher at 124 Lawrence Ave., Munhall 15120; or, place your order at the concession stand during the games on Dec. 17 and 18.   Checks should be made out to ‘SV Boys Basketball.’  Make sure to clearly write down the decal code and the name/number you wish to have on the decal along with your name and phone number and turn it in with your payment.   All orders must be placed by Dec. 21 for a mid-January delivery.

Munhall, PA –  Steel Valley 8th graders recently took a theater trip to see Chamber Theatre Productions portrayals of the literature students recently read in class.  Students experienced the live versions of Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart” and “The Monkey’s Paw” by Jacobs.

Recent News

SV Official Statement

January 15, 2019

For a short while earlier this afternoon our Middle School, High School and Franklin buildings were put on a soft lock-down, which means that nobody was permitted to exit those buildings. We did this as a precaution at the recommendation of the Munhall Police, who had a report that a person of interest in a crime had been spotted near Main Street. The Munhall Police took the person of interest into custody quickly, and our schools have returned to normal operations. Dismissal at all our schools will occur the same way it always does. We are grateful for the close collaboration with our municipalities, and our schools will operate on our regular schedule tomorrow. If you have any questions, please contact your building principal.

The Steel Valley School District Board of Directors will hold a budget presentation for the 2019-2020 General Fund Budget on April 17, 2019, and May 20, 2019, at 7:30 p.m. in the Steel Valley Senior High School Library, located at 3113 Main Street, Munhall, PA  15120.   If the budget is not adopted by May 23, 2019, the District will hold an additional budget presentation on June 24, 2019.

The Steel Valley School District Board of Directors will hold a special meeting at 7:30 p.m. on December 12, 2018, in the Senior High School Library for the purpose of ratifying a collective bargaining agreement. The school district reserves the right to conduct other business that may be brought before them.