Steel Valley Senior High School

School Building Photo

3113 Main Street
Munhall, PA 15120
Phone: 412.464.3600 x2500
FAX:  412-464-3609 

 

Santa Is Coming To Town!

It seems as though a special guest is preparing to arrive at the Holiday Vocal Concert next Tuesday, December 18th.  
The concert features the voices of over 130 students from grades 5-12. 
The admission is free, but we are collecting items for Gavin’s Memory Tree, so bring a new pair of socks, mittens, scarves, gloves or hats to be donated to the folks in the Steel Valley Community.  The Concert begins at 7:00 PM in the High School auditorium.  Its a great way to get into the Holiday spirit! 

 

Gavin's Mittens

Student Council will continue a very special service project this year called Gavin’s Memory Mittens. You may remember this service project from the last few years.  Please help us decorate Gavin’s tree in the high school lobby with donations of NEW mittens, hats, gloves, warm socks, and scarves.  All items will then be donated to children of the Steel Valley community who need them for the upcoming winter season. This operation is in honor and memory of Baby Gavin Thomas who passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on 12/28/2007 at almost 3 months of age.  Gavin is  “forever in our hearts.”

 

Veteran's Day

Steel Valley organized another beautiful tribute to our Veteran's during the Veteran's Day Assembly.  High school students wrote speeches to honor our Veterans, and students in all grades participated in an essay contest remembering the sacrifice our troops have faced so our country remains free.  The band and choir also put together lovely pieces that showed our appreciation for all they have given.

 

Immunizations

Please click here to view the Immunization Requirement Form for the High School.

 

Homecoming Court 2018

Pictured from left to right: Madison Williams, Ella Kornacki, Marissa Hoesch, Brooklyn Sanders, Olivia Wellman, Hannah Lentz, Kayla Hartnett, Isabella Giovannini, Jamie Fossick, Jaylin Brown.

Photo is courtesy of Prime Time Shots

 

 

Powder Puff King

Crowning a Powder Puff King has been an annual tradition at Steel Valley for many years.  This student government service project raises funds for various charities.  This year, the funds were raised for The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.

Together the guys raised $1120.44! The 3rd runner up is Nathaniel Fletcher.  The 2nd runner up is Tristan Wargo.  The 1st runner up is Matthew McGlaughlin.  This year's Powder Puff King is Silas Krupa who raised $432.99 for The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation!!

Homecoming Assembly

The pep band and cheerleaders, captains of fall sports teams, the homecoming court, senior class officers, powder puff cheerleaders, and the powder puff king worked with Steel Valley Athletic/Activities Director, Shawn McCallister to put on school spirit assemblies for Park and Barrett Elementary Schools on Friday, October 5.  As they visited each school, the high school students spoke to the younger students about the importance of kindness and teamwork.  The high school students really enjoyed interacting with the younger students as they teamed up for some relay races and dancing.

 

Spirit Week Is Here! 

October 1-5

Recent News

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.

It has come to our attention that people have purchased school spirit items on Facebook ads and have been scammed through non-district sponsored sites.  They are selling championship tee-shirts and other miscellaneous items. Please DO NOT put yourself in a situation like this. Know who you are buying from!

Letter to Parents

November 26, 2018

With great sadness I must inform you that on Sunday, November 25, 2018, we learned that one of our High School Staff members, Mr. Randy Zirkle, had passed away suddenly and unexpectedly. Mr. Zirkle was a technology teacher at the High School, and he was extremely committed to his students. He will be missed.  Please select the header to read the attached letter from our Superintendent, Ed Wehrer.