Brady Miller

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

Good Luck Brady!
 

 

Andre Good

 
On November 15, 2018, Steel Valley Senior, Andre Good, signed his letter of intent to play baseball at Youngstown State University.  Andre has been a starter for the Steel Valley Varsity Baseball Team since his freshman year.  He led the Ironmen in batting average as a freshman (.431) and as a sophomore (.452). Andre was all-section as a sophomore when he led the Ironmen to a 10-0 section record.  He has a career batting average of .438. 
Congratulations and good luck to Andre with his baseball career!

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.