Steel Valley Senior High School News
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.
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
Steel Valley vs. Penn Cambria on Wednesday, March 15, 2023, at 7:30 pm. Game tickets are on sale at PIAA.org. Click on Read Article to be able to link to the website for tickets. All tickets must be purchased online. No tickets will be sold at the gate.
Steel Valley vs. Bedford on Saturday, March 11, 2023, at 2:00 pm Game tickets are on sale at PIAA.org. Click on Read Article to be able to link to the website for tickets. All tickets must be purchased online. No tickets will be sold at the gate.
A group of Steel Valley seniors successfully met the challenges of the Tomb Explorer and Carnegie's Millions Escape Rooms at Ace Axe Throwing on March 2. When their snow tubing trip was cancelled due to the unusually warm February weather and recent rain, a new plan was put in place so the seniors could still enjoy a day of team building and memory making.
Each year, Project Prom gives eligible high school students the opportunity to choose free formal attire from a selection of currently styled formal gowns, shoes and accessories. To find your perfect dress and accessories, visit "The Project Prom Shop" for its 2023 Gown Giveaway!
A group of high school students gathered today for the first session of Creating Peace. Over the next 12 weeks, these students will work together to learn what makes a healthy relationship - whether it's a friendship, connection to a family member, a romantic relationship, or even relationships with teachers and other adults.
A group of student-leaders from Steel Valley High School had the opportunity to go ice skating at the PPG Ice Rink on February 22, thanks to the Tickets for Kids Organization. These students were chosen because they are Student Council Officers, Senior Class Officers, and/or in the Top 10 Academically of their Senior Class.
Steel Valley senior Cruce Brookins has been selected to be part of the Pennsylvania roster for the 2023 Big 33 Football Classic. The Big 33 is one of the largest and most celebrated high school all-star football games in the country.
The High School Student Council celebrated National Random Acts of Kindness Week during the week of February 13. Thanks to Ms. Wright and the Art Club, a tree was created on which we hung acts of kindness that had been observed by staff and students during the week. We also posted Kindness Quotes throughout the school and on the TVs in the lobby and cafeteria to remind everyone how important the act of kindness is.
The High School Student Council would like to thank everyone who donated to their collection for Beverly’s Birthdays. Beverly’s Birthdays is an organization that provides birthday cheer for children experiencing homelessness and families in need. Their Beverly’s Babies division provides critical baby care items and life sustaining resources for expecting parents and new babies.
Earn a FREE Prom ticket by selling Pittsburgh Popcorn! from February 13th thur March 1st. You can receive 50% of your profit. See Mrs. Bowden in room 218 for Fundraising Forms.
Steel Valley High School seniors who are interested in pursuing a career in the medical field had the opportunity to view an open heart surgery at Allegheny General Hospital on February 8. Students Chelsea Bulger, Jennifer Nguyen, Myrian Perez-Paulino, and Madison Blasko witnessed the 4-hour open heart surgery from the observation deck above the operating room. While peering down through the glass window, they were able to watch the surgeon, nurse, surgical tech, anesthesiologist, perfusionist, and other surgical team members of AGH perform a Redo Sternotomy, a Redo Aortic Root Replacement, and an Aortic Valve Replacement.
Jordan Corcoran, the founder of the mental health organization Listen, Lucy, visited Steel Valley on Wednesday, January 25 to speak with middle school and high school students about erasing stigmas around mental health and the importance of caring about their own mental health.
The Caring Closet mission is to serve students who are financially struggling and in need of a little extra help with obtaining daily necessities; those students who are striving to do well academically, but need an extra boost to ensure their focus can be on their education and not on meeting their basic needs. If you have donations of school supplies, hygiene products, or "like new" or "gently used" school uniform clothing appropriate for middle school or high school aged students, please contact us. Thank you!
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 Barrett Elementary - Jan. 23 & March 27 and Steel Valley High School - Feb. 27 & April 24
Casey Walker’s experience as a student growing up in the Baldwin School District helped shape her career and impacted her journey to Steel Valley. She joined Steel Valley this school year as a district-wide counselor, with a focus on the middle school and high school. She shared more about her background and detailed some of the programs and initiatives she is implementing for students.
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.
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.
The High School Student Council hosted a Holiday Door Decorating Contest to help everyone get into the holiday spirit. The doors looked festive and fantastic!
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.
Two more Steel Valley student-athletes have made their commitments to pursue their sports in college. Kendall McConnell and Nolan Hurd each announced earlier this week their decision to play at Saint Vincent College next year.
Winter High School Student Sports Pass $5.00 per pass. Student passes are for High School students ONLY. Pass will get you admission to all home winter sporting events. Pass must be presented at event for admission. Passes can only be purchased in the Athletic Office from Monday - Friday from 7:15 am – 2:45 pm.
Coaches, Parents, and Community Members, This correspondence is in reference to the rules and procedures that will be in effect for the PIAA Playoff game on Friday, December 2. The goal of the West Mifflin Area School District is to provide a safe and secure environment for all athletes, coaches, referees, and spectators at our facilities. There will be NO tickets sold at the stadium. All guest must purchase a ticket on-line through the PIAA website.