First Meeting Success!

At today’s Fearlessly Girl meeting the focus was on “girl drama” and social media. The girls participated in a role playing activity in small groups. Then discussed alternative ways to make better decisions. They also wrote Kind Notes to each other. Miss Meghan and Mrs. Mac were impressed with how many students took home extra Kind Notes to spread happiness and kindness outside our group! #FearlesslyGiRL

Rules on the wall

Girl Power

At today’s Fearlessly Girl meeting, the girls discussed the idea of being a positive “girl boss.” They brainstormed a list of qualities that they thought a leader should possess and then each girl starred the traits they thought they had in themselves.  The girls worked together to find examples of women displaying those qualities in magazines, cut them out, and created a collage. 

Using the blackboard in class

Self Esteem

At Wednesday’s Fearlessly Girl meeting, girls learned about what self-esteem means. The girls also made “masks” using paper plates. The front of the plate represented what people see from the outside and the back of the plate displayed the thoughts they have that people don’t always see. Be the REAL you! #FearlesslyGiRL

Kids learning about self-esteem

 

Be Kind

At today’s Fearlessly Girl meeting the focus was on “girl drama” and social media. The girls participated in a role playing activity in small groups. Then discussed alternative ways to make better decisions. They also wrote Kind Notes to each other. Miss Meghan and Mrs. Mac were impressed with how many students took home extra Kind Notes to spread happiness and kindness outside our group! #FearlesslyGiRL

Role playing activity

Recent News

SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES -ANNUAL PUBLIC NOTICE ON SCREENING AND EVALUATION

NOTICE: September Board Meeting

September 14, 2020

The Board of School Directors will hold its September meetings on Thursday, September 24, 2020, in the Senior High School Library. The meeting will not be open to the public. The public may watch the meeting via Facebook Live on the High School Facebook site.

Home sporting events will begin this week.  Steel Valley High School will be issuing two player passes to parents and guardians of our student athletes.  The passes must be used by an adult - no students or children will admitted.