Steel Valley Middle School News
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On Thursday, January 25, 2024, DRAW Collective presented an update on the current plan for the new elementary school to Steel Valley administrators, school board members, and the general public as part of the district’s January legislative board meeting. For those who were unable to attend the meeting, the slides from DRAW Collective’s presentation are available to view along with a summary of their presentation. The summary includes a timeline of the project, including what comes next.
The Caring Closet is in need of the following items if you are interested in giving some (self) LOVE for this upcoming Valentine's Day!
STUDENTS: The Athletic Club @ the Carneige Library of Homestead is offering a 6 MONTH STUDENT MEMBERSHIP for 6 MONTHS FOR $10 - MUST BE 13-18 YEARS OLD A parent/guardian must be present when first joining THIS MEMBERSHIP RATE IS FOR ALL STEEL VALLEY/WEST MIFFLIN SCHOOL DISTRICT COMMUNITIES OR ZIP CODES: 15120, 15122, AND 15207
The Steel Valley Middle School Drama Club is excited to present a production of "Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Your Teachers (But Were Afraid To Ask)." The one-act ensemble comedy features an exploration of what really makes teachers tick. The show runs from Thursday, January 11 through Saturday, January 13, with all performances at 7 p.m. in the auditorium. Tickets are $2.
On Wednesday afternoon, representatives from DRAW Collective met with K-5 educators for a detailed review of plans for the proposed new elementary school. This was an opportunity for the educators who would be calling the new school their home to learn more about the proposed design and the building's features, ask questions, and provide overall feedback.
The Steel Valley Music Department showcased the choirs and concert bands at the middle school and high school with a joint winter concert on Wednesday, December 20.
Steel Valley will host its annual winter concert on Wednesday, December 20 at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium. Admission is free and this year’s show will feature both the concert bands and the choirs on the same night. New band director Ms. Malia Mueller and new choral director Mr. Andrew Roberts are excited to showcase what they've been working on with the students.
Please help us decorate Gavin’s tree in the SV High School lobby with donations of NEW mittens, hats, gloves, & socks for KIDS & TEENS. We are still collecting items during the month of December. We already have kids needing hats, gloves and socks who are able to get them from the tree. We need more adult size gloves and hats for our young men and ladies at the HS, and MS.
Steel Valley MS Student Government entered the City of PGH gingerbread contest with the hometown theme of Homestead Works, and we are happy to report they came in second place in the middle school category. The kids worked so hard and we couldn't have done it without family support. They are now in the running for the People's Choice award.
Our students are the heart of our district. We continuously strive to provide programs and resources, not just for academics, but to support each student holistically. The Student Assistance Program (SAP) Team works with students, parents, and teachers to identify issues, including social, emotional, mental health, which may pose a barrier to a student's learning and school success. Through the SAP team, our District offers many groups, programs, and personal approaches to help support each and every student facing challenges to their success.
The Steel Valley Veterans Day Program has become an integral part of the community over the past four decades, serving as an opportunity for the school district and the community to stand together and recognize those who have served their country as members of the armed forces. On Friday, November 10, the 41st edition of the annual program honored all of those who have answered the call - some of whom never returned home.
Please see this letter from president Mr. James E. Bulger, vice president Mr. Daniel M. Rojtas, and the Steel Valley School District Board of School Directors regarding the formal appointment of assistant superintendent Mr. Bryan Macuga as the district's interim superintendent.
Middle school and high school students teamed up to collaborate on some science experiments recently. The high school students served as mentors to the middle school students, all as part of a quest to foster a love for science at Steel Valley.
Please take a moment to read the following letter that was sent to Steel Valley families on October 6, 2023 from Superintendent Edward Wehrer.
In the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s been a universal increased need for social-emotional learning attention in school. The Project SEEKS SES grant will help Steel Valley address that challenge by purchasing curriculum through Satchel Pulse.
Spirit Week !!!!
Please take a moment to read the following letter that was sent to Steel Valley families on September 19, 2023 from Superintendent Edward Wehrer.
A year after reintroducing seventh and eighth graders to its ranks, the Steel Valley Marching Band has continued to grow and improve through a summer marked by transition.
Visitors will soon be seeing a new addition to the entrances to each of our schools, as we are posting a welcome sign in multiple languages to reflect the wide range of languages our students and families speak.
Once again, this fall, Steel Valley Middle School Student Government is fundraising for our general account using Happy Valley Soup Company. I enjoyed this soup at the Shaker Woods Festival a few years back and thought it was a great way to kick off the “cooler” fall season. Corn Chowder and Stuffed Pepper are my personal favorites, but I am excited to try potato this year too. They are $9 each, and we received 50% profit.
Please read this important notice about the Pennsylvania Department of Education's recent amendment to policy regarding continued education for students receiving special education services.
Please see the attached message from Superintendent Edward Wehrer regarding the decision to cancel school today throughout the district and plans for a full day of instruction on Monday.
With an extensive background in special education, new middle school principal Mr. Clay Stone is bringing an inclusive, trauma-informed approach to the role.
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.