Steel Valley Middle School
3114 Main Street
Munhall, PA 15120
Phone: 412.464.3600 x3500
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Schedule your Electives:
An email has been distributed for the selection of grade level electives for current and incoming middle school students.
The Google form link can be accessed through your child’s Steel Valley email or through the portal on the Steel Valley Middle School website or the Middle School Facebook page. If access to the link is done through the Steel Valley Middle School website or the Middle School Facebook page the student will need their SV username and password. If your child has forgotten or needs their username please contact the middle school office at 412-464-3600 ext. 3500.
Please take time to complete the elective survey and utilize the attached middle school Academic Handbook for descriptions of the courses. In order to facilitate the scheduling processes please submit your child’s selections by Thursday July 9th.
Thank you and have a great evening. Here is a link for the Handbook: https://campussuite-storage.s3.amazonaws.com/prod/1074787/6763d576-3536-11e7-9e05-124f7febbf4a/2121499/35bb4260-ba2f-11ea-9cc8-0aabe56ad7e7/file/ACADEMIC-HANDBOOK-20-21.pdf
Here are the links to each grade level elective survey (Grade 5 will be sent out later):
A Message from Dr. Johnson in Regards to High School Athletic Events and Middle School Students
Please be advised that Middle School students are NOT permitted to any home high school football games or other home high school activities related to the high school without their parent and/or guardian present.
This is due to safety and behavioral concerns during home events.
First Place Winners!
Congratulations to Michayla Rager, Joe Nguyen, Madeline Wedig, Alex Brown and Alyssa Weis for winning first place at today’s Academic Endeavors competition at South Allegheny!
Steel Valley Middle School has been awarded the PASmart grant for $35,000. Gifted Support teacher, Heather Clark wrote the grant so the middle school could start a coding club. Currently coding is not taught in the middle school and Mrs. Clark thought this would be a great first step. The money will provide the middle school with MacBook Pro's to teach X-code and professional development for the teacher's who will run the program. You can check out the grant here.
Please click here to view the immunization requirement form for the Middle School.