Steel Valley Middle School News

The Future is Mine, in collaboration with Nurse Thomas and Mrs. Geyer, have created the concept of a caring closet for students at Steel Valley High School and Middle School. This closet will be located in Nurse Thomas’s office and available to students in need. We are looking to hold a drive from January 14th – January 31st to get our closet started and open. Donations will obviously be accepted after these dates but we really need to stock up in order to begin to help students. Attached is a flier of supplies we are in “Need” of. I’ve also included more information about the closet itself. If you have donations, please drop them off to Nurse Thomas OR let Ryan Dunmire-Kuftic, Amber Thomas or Jodi Geyer know and we will arrange a pick up time and date. We appreciate any and all help in advance and we are looking forward to making a huge difference in the lives of students at Steel Valley High School and Middle School. If successful, it is our hope to branch off to the elementary buildings. Sincerely, Ryan Dunmire-Kuftic and Gary Goga TFIM Advisors

Gavin's Mittens

November 9, 2018

Student Council will continue a very special service project this year called Gavin’s Memory Mittens. You may remember this service project from the last few years.  Please help us decorate Gavin’s tree in the high school lobby with donations of NEW mittens, hats, gloves, warm socks, and scarves.  All items will then be donated to children of the Steel Valley community who need them for the upcoming winter season. This operation is in honor and memory of Baby Gavin Thomas who passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on 12/28/2007 at almost 3 months of age.  Gavin is  “forever in our hearts.” If you work in a building other than the high school or middle school and would like to donate some items for Gavin’s Tree, please send them to Beth McCallister via interschool mail. We will be sure to get them placed on the tree.

The football playoff game this week will be on Friday, November 9 at 7:30 at Elizabeth Forward.    Pre-sale student tickets will be $5.00 and adult tickets will be $7.00.   Tickets will be on sale in the Athletic Office now until Friday at noon and ALL tickets at the game will be $7.00.

The Forge Experience

August 23, 2018

In the latest issue of Pittsburgh Parent Magazine, an article about the Steel Valley Middle School's Ironman Experience and The Forge is highlighted as part of a ReMake Lear...

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Recent News

SV Official Statement

January 15, 2019

For a short while earlier this afternoon our Middle School, High School and Franklin buildings were put on a soft lock-down, which means that nobody was permitted to exit those buildings. We did this as a precaution at the recommendation of the Munhall Police, who had a report that a person of interest in a crime had been spotted near Main Street. The Munhall Police took the person of interest into custody quickly, and our schools have returned to normal operations. Dismissal at all our schools will occur the same way it always does. We are grateful for the close collaboration with our municipalities, and our schools will operate on our regular schedule tomorrow. If you have any questions, please contact your building principal.

The Steel Valley School District Board of Directors will hold a budget presentation for the 2019-2020 General Fund Budget on April 17, 2019, and May 20, 2019, at 7:30 p.m. in the Steel Valley Senior High School Library, located at 3113 Main Street, Munhall, PA  15120.   If the budget is not adopted by May 23, 2019, the District will hold an additional budget presentation on June 24, 2019.

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.