Steel Valley School District News
Steel Valley's quest to repeat as WPIAL Class 2A champions fell short, but the Ironmen still showcased their pride and resilience. Check out photos from the game at Acrisure Stadium.
On Monday, November 20th at 11:05 am, we shared with our staff and district families that we were made aware of a potential threat to the district. The threat was not specific as to which building, so our threat assessment team made the decision to lockdown all buildings while administration and local law enforcement investigated the credibility of the threat. The threat was contained in a text chain and was investigated fully and swiftly. By 12: 15 pm, local law enforcement verified that the threat was not credible.
BARRETT ELEMENTARY CELEBRATES 12 DAYS OF GIVING! 3 DAYS LEFT TO DONATE!
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.
Steel Valley's fall play is a presentation of the comedy "Knock, Knock." The show opened Thursday and additional shows are on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. There is no show Friday night. Tickets are $5 at the door.
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.
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 will collect items during the months of November & December.
November 20- 24th for UNITED FOR KINDNESS, ACCEPTANCE, AND INCLUSION! Everyone in the district is welcome to participate! (students, teachers, administration, support staff)
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.
The Caring Closet is in need of items if you are interested in giving this holiday season. You can mail any donation in c/o Nurse Thomas; Steel Valley High School; 3114 Main Street; Munhall, PA 15120 OR you can drop your donations off to Nurse Thomas during school hours 8am-2:50 pm Monday-Friday.
The Steel Valley School District has selected the Pennsylvania School Boards Association to conduct the search for the district’s next superintendent. The search began on Monday, November 6, with applications being accepted through January 2. The selected candidate will be appointed in Spring 2024. Interested candidates should visit edcareergateway.com for additional information and to apply.
Steel Valley students who are taking part in the CNX Mentorship Academy met with leaders of the group to talk in-depth about the different pathways available to them that lead to successful careers. The CNX Mentorship Academy exposes the students to a wide range of career possibilities that don't require a college degree.
Please see this letter to families and staff from interim superintendent Mr. Bryan M. Macuga, sent on Thursday, November 2, 2023.
Join us on November 10, 2023 at 9:30 am at Steel Valley High School for the 41st Veterans Ceremony. All veterans are welcome to attend
Did you know that Steel Valley has partnered with the University of Pittsburgh in order to offer College in High School courses? Students are able to earn college credit while preparing themselves for a college workload.
I am writing to inform you of an incident that happened after school yesterday, October 30, 2023 at approximately 3: 15 pm.
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.
Over 12 days in November, Barrett Elementary will be looking at various ways we can make a difference through giving. Each day, we will be highlighting a new way to give back. While we do have a day to celebrate each, donations for all days can be made any time from November 2nd through November 22nd.
Join us for an informational meeting to talk about safety and security features in the Steel Valley School District, as well as important information that parents and guardians should know about drug abuse, vaping, and more. Information about the D.A.R.E. curriculum will be included.
The Board is accepting letters of interest from district residents who would like to serve on the School Board. There is currently a vacancy on the Board. Letters of interest must be received by 12:00 p.m. on Friday, October 20, 2023. The Board will interview the candidates at the work session meeting the evening of October 23, 2023 at 7:30 p.m.
Thanks to everyone who has donated to our Caring Closet thus far! It is greatly appreciated! Our students have been requesting the following items and our supplies are running low.
Spirit Week and Homecoming is all about showcasing Ironmen Pride. Steel Valley students did just that during the fall sports pep rally and during the homecoming game on October 13.
Park students faced off against the high schoolers in a couple of activities. The kids from Park must've had a good breakfast, because they beat the high school students at every game, whether it was a round of mini golf, a sack race, a push-up challenge, and even a tug-of-war contest.
Barrett students listened to the high school students talk about the importance of leadership, kindness, and teamwork, met this year's homecoming court, chanted with the cheerleaders, and listened to the Steel Valley Marching Band.
Over 100 educators from the Steel Valley School District recently took part in the Consortium for Public Education's shared professional development day at Woodland Hills High School.